We’re heading into fall which means Halloween is near! These free Halloween printable potion and cauldron labels will definitely help you with your Halloween set up – whether it’s small gifts for friends, party takeaways or just simple Halloween display! Read on and find out how easy it was to make this display and don’t forget to download the printable so you can make them yourself.
- Plastic Witch’s Cauldron
- Glass Bottles (I used this bigger flask and this smaller flask)
- Printable Sticker Paper
- Printable Template (download here for personal use only)
- Paper Shred (optional)
First, remove the labels on the bottles. Pro Tip: I use a heat gun to easily reheat the adhesive on the labels so they peel up faster and cleaner than doing it without the heat tool.
Print your labels and cut them out – you don’t even need a die-cutting machine for this! I designed the printable shapes to be easily cut by hand. Carefully cut your labels, but don’t worry if they’re not perfect! I find that the more imperfect they are the better since we are looking for an old, beat up look.
Clean the surface of your bottle and peel off the backing of the sticker sheet.
Carefully place your sticker in the middle and stick it down one side at a time. I had some problems with adding the sticker on, but I applied the sticker technique from Step 1 with the heat gun and just peeled it off carefully and stuck it back again.
I chose these bottle shapes as they were just awesome looking – you can definitely use different shaped bottles, however the sticker printable is sized to be used for the cauldron and bottles specified in the supply list above.
In like manner, do the same process with your cauldron. Isn’t this cauldron just perfect for Halloween treats?
And you are done! Fill your bottles with juice, shakes or even grown-up drinks.
I just love the Pumpkin Essence one. I think I will make more of those to fill with pumpkin spice mixes to give to friends this Halloween! The smaller bottles I will fill with loose candy, which would be perfect for little kids. What is your favorite label?