Water Bottle Label Template

After my post about the water bottle labels went up, a few people asked for a template, and I’m happy to share!

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Click here for the fully customizable Photoshop template.

Once I had my template personalized for our bottles, I saved the .psd file as a .jpg. I then loaded the MS Word template for Avery 6579 (I had to download it from here), inserted my .jpg 4 times and arranged on the Avery template. Once printed, I had to cut them out individually but with only 24 of them, it didn’t take too long. That’s it!

Oh, and while I’m here, I wanted to show you what my mom has been up to….

Mom Bees

She got to choose an animal to paint for our rectory’s lawn rendition of Noah’s Ark and she chose bees. Momma Nachos is in the bee spirit, too!

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Mrs. Nachos

Location:
Chicago/St. Thomas
Wedding Date:
April 2010

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    ktisthatbees 1686 posts, Bumble bee @ 2:07 pm

    Your mom has some seriours artistic talent! The bottle labels are too cute, but alas, I am far too lazy to spend time on labels . . or invitations (seriously, I bought mine at Michaels on sale for $30 a pack). I am so glad no one attending my wedding reads weddingbee, my store bought invites would be put to shame compared to the masterpieces the bees have come up with!

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    hamster 4047 posts, Honey bee @ 2:11 pm

    Thank you for uploading the template! And your mom’s bees are awesome!

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    ErinMarieMack 728 posts, Busy bee @ 2:17 pm

    Love your labels! We used a panel of ours to tell the story of how we met (at the Kentucky Derby) and to set up the rest of the “tie ins” for the day (Mint Juleps at the cocktail hour, tables named after the horses that raced that year, etc.); the bottles not only kept people entertained and refreshed during the wait for our outdoor ceremony, but are one of the details guests still talk about :)
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    cola 2827 posts, Sugar bee @ 2:26 pm

    Great template! I thought about doing custom water bottles too, but our venue provides big jars of iced tea and lemonade for free already.

    Those bees your mom made are so cute!

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    BrianneG 1042 posts, Bumble bee @ 2:44 pm

    I’m totally doing water bottle labels too. I made very simple labels using our monograms (purchase from etsy) and some barcode, recycling, nutritional facts I borrowed from another template online. I just made them in powerpoint instead of something fancier like photoshop. I made some for my bridal shower too because my BMs are either out of state, out of the country, or dealing with grad school and a new baby.

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    misspug 3668 posts, Sugar bee @ 2:59 pm

    that’s so sweet of you to post the template! and those bees are too funny.

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    sewing 2649 posts, Sugar bee @ 3:44 pm

    hehe, your mom’s bees are awesome :) thanks for the template! I might have to use it if i ever get that far down my to-do list!

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    dddd89 497 posts, Helper bee @ 4:03 pm

    Thanks so much for the template! I’m saving it for sure! Here’s a tip: When you set up the document, if you set the resolution to at least 300 or 600 pixels/inch you will get crisper letters and images. You have it set for 72. Its under Image ->Image Size. It might not have made a difference cause the label was small. Just thought u would like to know for next time! :)

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    nachos 1721 posts, Bumble bee @ 5:34 pm

    @dddd89: Thank you, good to know! I’m no Photoshop guru by any means so any tips are more than welcome!

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    cardigan 8645 posts, Bumble Beekeeper @ 6:41 pm

    I love this!!! So cute – I may have to find an excuse to use it!

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    lobster 668 posts, Busy bee @ 10:25 pm

    Aw I like the template! And your mom is so cute w/the bees.

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    krissybee 3921 posts, Honey bee @ 8:29 pm

    awww how cute is your momma??!

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    cnuptain 330 posts, Helper bee @ 1:58 pm

    So cute! Thanks!

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    knapper08 189 posts, Blushing bee @ 8:14 pm

    They look great!

    A tip that I have to add – use packing tape to seal the labels – cut packing tape to length (longer than label), attach to label, then cut another piece of tape to length and stick it on the back. Make sure the labels are a tad bit smaller than the the tape, to allow the 2 pieces to seal around the entire label!

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    pumpkinclouds 190 posts, Blushing bee @ 12:30 pm

    totally love it! :)

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    Melicon 1 posts, Wannabee @ 5:33 am

    thanks for the template. Saved me a ton of time in not having to create my own.

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