Every good witch or wizard needs a fine set of apothecary labels for some playful Halloween decorations, right? Here is a set to help keep your potion making ingredients in order. We had such a good time designing and planning this photo shoot which is hosted by Online Label formerly World Label. These spooky yet elegant labels are a fun decoration for a Halloween party or mantel or bookshelf accessories.
Double Double Toil and Trouble…
We found our glass bottles from West Elm and Ikea and fitted them with corks. We also used a vintage-style brown beer bottle. Shop your local second-hand stores to find a selection of your own unique bottles.
For the ingredients use black pipe cleaners for tarantula legs and dried mushrooms for the toadstool clippings (Lia actually used moldy mushrooms from her neglected fridge, but doesn’t recommend that). Make paper feathers for the crow feathers, white flour for the bone powder, silver glitter for the unicorn horn dust and grey roving wool for the werewolf fur. For the snake venom and arsenic, water dyed with food coloring works perfectly.
Download the set of labels and then simply print these onto a white full sheet label paper and trim. And check out our newest set of printable labels here!
Arsenic Poison Apothecary Labels
Feathers of the Crow Apothecary Labels
Unicorn Horn Dust Apothecary Labels
Werewolf Fur Apothecary Labels
Tarantula Legs Apothecary Labels
Highly Potent Apothecary Labels
Find more DIY Halloween decorations here and remember to share your handmade Halloween moments with us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest using#MadeWithLia! Happy haunting ~ Lia & Team
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
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I have downloaded the printable labels. Thanks a lot!
Happy to know you enjoyed them!
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Are these available as a print then cut??
No, just a PDF 🙂
I would like to buy these labels without join. Would u let me know how I can do that. Thanks
You don’t have to be a member to download these free labels, but it will ask for your email address when you click the download button (you can of course unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time!)
So cute! Thank you for sharing!
So glad you like this 🙂
The link isn’t working. Is there another way to download these? Thank you!
Got it using the individual links. Thanks!
Oh good, thanks for the update!
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Link no longer works….
Not sure what’s wrong, but we’ve added the PDF to our site to download!
The world label site is no longer available. Is there any other way that I can get these printables? These are wonderful!!
We added the download to our site! 🙂
Hi, are these labels no longer available to download? I know, I’m a few years late lol
You can download them on our site now 🙂 Thanks for the heads up that the link wasn’t working!
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Thanks !!! looney it!
If the fonts are listed on creativemarket.com, I’ve just found them. I feel like doing a victory dance, hahahaha. If they’re not, well, these are so similar that I don’t mind purchasing them.
Can’t wait to see your Christmas labels! 😀
These are stunning! I’m using them as inspiration for my own labels.
Just wondering what fonts did you use? I absolutely love all of them!
I am so glad you are using them for inspiration, that is exactly what we aim to do! The fonts are actually custom fonts that were made by one of our amazing designers 😉
Thank you for your lovely words,
Oh, that’s wonderful. Are they available for free, or at least can they be purchased? I’d be reaaaaally happy to get them. I’ve been searching the Internet for similar fonts, but couldn’t find any. I’m working on my Christmas labels, and these really have a chalkboard feel.
By the way, would it be possible to get the PSD files of these labels?
Where do you get your inspiration from? I’ve frequently come across your labels, and they all look spectacular. I’m never going to achieve this level of perfectionism, but I’m still happy with what I usually design. I do labels for EVERY single gift I craft, whether it’s for my fiance or for my kitten.
As someone who is also in the design business, I’m sure you understand that we can’t give away our secrets that easily 😉 Our favorite website for fonts and graphics is creativemarket.com. Thanks for flattering us, Alex.
I’m pretty sure my email address is confusing, but my name is Corina, not Alex (that’s my fiance’s name, I’m using his email). Sorry for the confusion. 🙂
As for the fonts — no worries. Keep up with the great labels! I’ll surely make your website a daily destination. 😀
Thanks for clearing that up–congratulations on your upcoming wedding! Be sure to look out for upcoming labels for Thanksgiving and Christmas 🙂 Happy Holidays to you and yours!
Thanks for the printables. I love it!!
Where did you find your corks? I have my bottles and labels, but it would just look complete with some corks but I have no idea where to even start looking! Thank you for the amazing labels, I am so excited for my witch kitchen this year!
I found bags of corks in different sized at Michaels. So handy!
Am I crazy or are these no longer available to print? I keep clicking on things and haven’t found anything printable. Please help!
Hi Jessica, these are still available as a free printable. Use the button at the end of the post. It will take you to the World Label blog where he is hosting our printable as a free download.
I cannot find the button at the end of the post. I visited the World Label site and still cannot find how to download and print. Help! Thank you, Lee Ann
It is at the bottom of the World Label post. http://blog.worldlabel.com/wp-content/myfiles/2014/10/HalloweenApothecaryLabels.pdf
When you click on that button, it takes you to Pinterest to Pin it. It doesn’t go to World Labels. These are pretty cool, though. Thanks for the post!
All fixed and here is the direct link http://blog.worldlabel.com/2014/printable-halloween-apothecary-bottle-labels.html
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Thanks You Will use those for my bottles for our Halloween get together
thanks! from the worldlabel page everything works fine!
I am glad it worked!
I just LOVE these……………I love Halloween and can’t wait to use these! Thanks so much for this Lia, you’re AWESOME!!!
Know the feeling, one of my favorite holidays too! Hope it is extra spooky this year:)
I love every thing you do. You are so kind to share free prints with us. I love and look forward to all your posts. Thank you so much ! Vicki
Hi Vicki, you are so sweet! Thank you:)
Hi Lia! I´m a german fan of your blog and often using some of your printable labels. But now I have a problem: It is not possible to download the pdf, because the button is only pinable for pinterest. If the cursor hit the button the “pin it” sign pops up and downloading is impossible (I had this problem also with some of the kids halloween party printables).
Hmm, it works for me. Here is a link http://blog.worldlabel.com/2014/printable-halloween-apothecary-bottle-labels.html
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The labels are great! Thank you!
You are welcome! Fun to make!