How To: Water Bottle Labels

How to…Water Bottle Labels.  Need help figuring out how to print and use your water bottle labels?  This is the post for you!  Be sure to check out all of our How to… posts and party tips.  Also be sure to check out our paper recommendations and recommendations for punches.Water Bottle Pic

How to…Print your banner:

Ok, first things first.  Printing.  All the water bottle labels print on size 8.5×11 paper.  I recommend matte or glossy ADHESIVE photo paper, but sticker paper also works. (You can also print on card stock and glue to the water bottles, but this is a lot more time consuming).   Here is a link for detailed paper recommendations. Water bottle labels will print 4 to a page and are NOT formatted to print on per-cut labels sheets. They are meant to be printed on FULL PAGE adhesive sheets and cut out.   Water bottle labels can be printed at home from any normal home printer.  Color variations may occur based on the printer, ink and paper combination you select.  I recommend always printing on your printer’s “best” or “photo” setting for highest quality and ensure that your printer has adequate ink.  Low ink levels can make colors appear dull.  ***Make sure you are printing at 100% so the labels are long enough to go around the bottles

If you do not want to print at home, files can be printed at any local print shop that prints PDF files. Places like OfficeMax, Staples, and FedEx are great options.) Printing options are also available here.


How to…Assemble your banner:

Assembly is super easy.  Once the files are printed, cut out the labels along the edge of the design.  Peel the adhesive backing off the label and wrap around the bottle.  The labels are made to fit regular 16 oz. water bottles.

The above pictured water bottle labels are from the Penguin Party.

Here are a few examples of water bottles from some of our collections…1-DSC_0585 Leyton&Riot_Party2014_0019 9Per7I2PPmcrli4ejIEwIMbZkd0junPJEY2WM_69BUw



These are from the Monster Party, Thing 1 and 2 Party, Fireman Party, Spiderman Party, Storybook Princess Party, and Construction Party.

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  1. says

    The little details are what makes a party. I have always thought these water bottles are so cute, but didn’t think I can do it. But you made it sound so simple that I think I am going to try it for my daughters birthday this summer. We are doing a water party and I think this would fit perfect. Thanks for sharing.
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