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How To: Make Your Own Personalized Water Bottle Labels

Customize Your Own Water Bottle Labels

Posted By: Matt Hamilton

Want to add a personal touch to your wedding, baby shower, corporate event, birthday party or pretty much any gathering?  A simple low cost solution is making your own custom water bottle labels.  Below is a short list of everything you need to make your water bottle labels so you can refresh and wow your guests.

Here’s What You Need:

Water Bottles  – We suggest standard 16.9 oz bottles.

Nestle Bottled Spring Water - 1/2 liter (16.9 oz.) - 24 Bottles

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Inkjet or Laser Printer  – Be sure to choose a material that is compatible with your printer, we suggest a weatherproof material.

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Water Bottle Labels - We recommend that you measure your bottle circumference before you purchase labels.

Personalzied Water Bottle Labels
Label Template - Every label has a free label template on our site and if you order labels with us you will get access to our label software Maestro Label Designer.

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If you want to make a impression at your gathering this is a guaranteed way to do it.   If you have any questions about making custom water bottle labels, please feel free to call us at (888)575-2235 or post a comment below and we will get right back with you.    Thanks for reading and be sure to share this post with your friends :)

 

Customized Water Bottle Label

How to Make Your Own Customized Water Bottle Labels

Written By: Dave Waring

Creating Customized Water Bottle Labels for a party or event is a lot easier than you may think it is.  It’s also a lot less expensive if you Make Your Own Customized Water Bottle Labels with blank labels from OnlineLabels.com.  That’s why we have put together this step by step process loaded with tips, free templates, and everything else you’ll need to help you create a professional looking Customized Water Bottle Label on a budget.  In the below steps, we will be using a 500ml Aquafina Water Bottle.

Step 1 – Decide if you are going to chill these water bottles. 

This is important because you WILL need a Weatherproof Label Material if you are planning on chilling these at all.  Chilling will eventually turn to condensation when you expose the bottles to warmer conditions.  And water and ink don’t normally play well together.  By choosing a Weatherproof Material, you’ll keep your design from running and could even throw your customized bottles of water straight into an ice bath or submerge them completely into water if you’d like.

Step 2 – Measure your Water Bottle.

Removing Water Bottle Label

Remove the water bottle label by peeling it off, starting with the top corner.

All you have to do to measure your water bottle labels is remove the label from your bottle and measure both the width and height of the label or watch our video “How To Measure a Round Container“.  Once you’ve got the measurements, go to this Water Bottle Labels page and find the right label size.

Measure the water bottle label's width and height

Measuring your water bottle label

Step 3 – Free Pre-designed Water Bottle Label Templates

There are a bunch of completely free Water Bottle Label Templates on this page.  Most of them are also compatible with Maestro Label Designer, so you can simply input the OL Product number of the label you are using at the start of your session and Maestro Label Designer will automatically load the design; sized to your specific label.  In this example, we are using an Aquafina 500ml water bottle.  A great Label for this bottle is the OL1985, an 8.5″ x 2″ label that comes (5) per page.

Step 4 – Click, Print, Stick.

Now that your labels are designed, measured properly and ready to go, all you have to do is print them out and apply them.  A few tips for applying these labels:

Applying a customized water bottle label

Apply your label by rolling it on the table.

Place your label on the table, sticky side up and place the water bottle over the label.  Once you’re sure that your label is straight, all you have to do is roll the bottle over the label in both directions and, viola; you’re all done!