Make Your Own Distressed Vintage Labels in Minutes

Posted by on April 30, 2014
Make Your Own Distressed Vintage Labels in Minutes

Are you looking for an alternative way to make your products unique or do you have a project that needs some character?   Our friend Angie Holden created a wonderful short tutorial that shows you how to make vintage labels with few basic items. Below are the supplies used for making vintage these vintage labels.

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First you will need to select from the FREE printable files below and print them onto your label sheets.  There is one file for each of the sizes listed above, if you don’t want to order multiple label sizes, try using the brown kraft full sheet label and cut the designs out with scissors or a hole punch.  All of the vintage graphics were designed by the one of the most well known designers online, Karen Watson from the  Graphics Fairy.

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The brown kraft label material makes them look vintage but you can make them look even more vintage and worn with a little distress ink.  You can cut around the edges of the label with scissors further enhance the distressed look.

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Now rub the labels edge onto the ink pad.

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Place your label somewhere safe to dry and start on your next one.

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If you don’t like the cut edges try tearing the edges off the label for a natural torn look.

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Once your ink has dried , it is time to peel and stick to your bottles, and jars.

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With the vintage graphics and handy dandy tips on how to give your label a distressed appearance, you can fool just about anyone into believing these bottles are older than your grandmother.

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 They look great and can be used for a wide variety of things like decor in a boutique store, props for photo shoots, event decor and so much more.  Let your imagination run wild!

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Be sure to check out the two talented ladies that made this super fun DIY tutorial happen Karen from the Graphics Fairy and Angie from The Country Chic Cottage.  Thanks so much!

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