Sunday, September 21, 2014

Free Printable Halloween Apothecary Labels


Please scroll down to the "Click the Images or Text Links Below to Download the Halloween Labels" heading below to download the printable template.


OK, so I took a few years off from making printables. I've been working in the book world on my Free & Discounted Books site. If you like ebooks, we have plenty of new free titles every single day. So feel free to go on over and get your fill for your Kindle, tablet, phone, computer or whatever device you read with.

I really missed my more creative side, so I gave myself a fun project to ease back into making party printables again. I've always envied those cool vintage apothecary labels created by other artists. So I thought I'd try my hand at them. And Halloween really lends itself to this old-timey look, as if they've been sitting around for centuries.  

Click the Images or Text Links Below to Download the Halloween Labels:

There are two sets:
Bone Rejuvenation Formula, which you can download from Dropbox, and ...
Witches Brew, which you can download from my DigitalScrapbookingSupplies.com site. (You'll need to add it to the cart, but don't worry, they're FREE. And don't stress about the checkout information. All the cart needs is your name and an e-mail address, so we can send you an e-mail with the download link. You can fill in whatever you want for the other fields. No one will look at any of it.)

I hope you have a blast creating all kinds of things with these printable Halloween labels! Have a wonderful Halloween.
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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Free Printable Pool Party Napkin Rings

Please scroll down to the "Click Here to Download the Napkin Rings" link below to download the napkin band templates.

As you can see from the photo above, these printable pool party napkin bands are flexible. Not only are there are two designs you can mix and match, but they can also be made to look very different. Just add ribbon or use scalloped scissors on the edges, and you'll get a whole variety of looks. 

As you can see, I also got a little creative with the napkins. Using very inexpensive square napkins I bought at the dollar store, I mixed and matched them to create pockets for the plastic ware, which I also bought at the dollar store. I love the effect, and no one would know the whole set-up cost just pennies apiece.

I also had some rectangular, and more formal, dinner napkins lying around, so I just made simple wrappers out of them, as you can see in the bright pink and yellow examples above. These napkins were a little more expensive than the dollar store variety, but not that much more. I got them at the grocery store!

These napkin wrappers match the printable gift bags and invitation art pictured above. I already posted them, so feel free to click the links in this sentence to go and download them. And you can download the napkin templates below:

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Credits: Much appreciation goes to Trina Clark of DigiScrapKits.com for the illustrations and background patterns used in all the swim and pool party designs.

Please note that this artwork is for personal use only and may not be given away or sold. Thanks!

Designs by Carla Chadwick