These fun water bottle labels can go on a standard size water bottle, but also are great for covering a juice box. Throw them on for your next outdoor party, summer get together, or even a family BBQ. How crafty and fun will everyone think you are, and it really only takes a few seconds to put each one together. Print this file on an 8 1/2×11 sheet of white paper. Then cut down each label, in between the white strip. Also, make sure to trim off the white at the bottom of the last one. Then attach some adhesive to the back of the label, and wrap around the water bottle. And like I said, putting it around the little juice boxes is just as easy. Same adhesive, same technique. and it’s so dang cute on the bright colored boxes. Remember, you can download the file from here. Thanks for letting me stop by Sarah and Jessica!
Guest Post by Our Thrifty Ideas: Summer Water Bottle Printables!
June 27, 2013 By Leave a Comment
You guys are seriously in luck, because today we have the beautiful and talented Vanessa from Our Thrifty Ideas sharing an amazing free printable on the blog today. I first met Vanessa at SNAP conference and we became friends almost immediately. She is fun, accepting, spunky and sweet and I am so glad I get to introduce her to you all today! Without further ado… Meet Vanessa.
Hello Pretty Providence-ians. I’m sure you are wondering who this crazy person stealing Jessica and Sarah’s thunder today. Well, it’s just one of their long time fans! I’m Vanessa and I blog over at Our Thrifty Ideas. I am a Mommy, Wife, and crazy crafter all mixed into one. I’m happy to be here sharing a fun printable with you. Make sure to check out some other fun printables, crafts, and crazy life over at my blog. So, there’s not much more that my family enjoys than having a fun day outside, especially when it involves friends. We could probably spend every hour of every day out in the water table and sprinkler. But there’s also nothing more important than keeping those little ones hydrated. There have been many days that The Little Man informs me that lunch isn’t important enough to stop playing. So instead of forcing it on him (because that would be impossible and result in a total meltdown) I just really make sure that they all stay incredibly hydrated with water and juice. And of course, making them look cute makes the kids want to drink them even more.
Isn’t she great? We seriously love Vanessa! Don’t forget to stop by and follow her blog, you won’t regret it!