Ornate Apothecary Labels: Free Printables

apothecary-labelsOnce again I’ve teamed up with WorldLabel.com to bring you some fantastic goodies- I think you’re really going to like these! They are five separate sheets of blank border labels in lots of sizes I designed using graphics pulled from some of my favorite antique resource books, such as old rubber stamp catalogs, printer cut catalogs and advertisements found in very early 20th century magazines. Below is just a sampling of the many designs.blank-bottle-labels-You can download the free label designs, which have been prepared as fillable PDF files (which means you can type in the labels following the instructions,) over at WorldLabel.com’s blog. Print the files to full sheet label stock, trim with scissors, a craft knife, or paper trimmer to use in so many ways, from decorating bottles, boxes and things, to gift tags, to product labels. I keep a blank stack of them cut and handy as craft supply organizing labels!

Can’t get enough? Download even more designs previously shared by clicking the image below!WLCHapothecary

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10 Responses to Ornate Apothecary Labels: Free Printables

  1. #1 - Laura G.Turcotte says:

    WOW! These are perfect for our camp’s theme, Harry Potter! I was looking for nice apothecary labels when I came across your blog! I like! Thanks!!

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  3. #2 - Gladys O says:

    Thank you Cathe for so wonderful work. Beautiful

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  7. #3 - darlene dawson says:

    thank’s for my free sample.

  8. #4 - Daisy says:

    I just really wanted to thank you for sharing your amazing talent and your generosity of spirit!!!!

  9. #5 - Arhur Hughes says:

    Is there a list of fonts used in the examples?

  10. #6 - sandra hall says:

    this is a terrible blog. Nothing is printable!