Every good witch or wizard needs a fine set of apothecary labels for some playful Halloween decorations, right? Here is a set that will keep your potion making ingredients in order. I will be honest, we had such a good time designing and planning this photo shoot which is hosted by worldlabel.com today. These spooky, yet very elegant labels can be a fun decoration for your Halloween party or to arrange on your mantel or bookshelf.
For our photos we simply shopped our prop room and found a few of the pretty apothecary labels were a perfect place to start. We then gathered the colored bottles from WestElm and Ikea and fitted them with corks and finished the container selection with a vintage style brown beer bottle. You can probably find great bottles at your local second-hand store. I am always browsing the home goods sections for great finds. For the ingredients we used black pipe cleaners for tarantula legs, dried mushrooms for the toadstool clippings, (I actually used moldy mushrooms from my neglected fridge, but don’t recommend that), paper feathers cut from black paper for the crow feathers, white flour for the bone powder, silver glitter for the unicorn horn dust, grey roving wool for the werewolf fur (you can find this at most craft stores and yarn stores), and colored water for the snake venom and arsenic. There you have it! I am now ready to open my own spell shop. Only good spells of course. To download the set of labels, use the button below for the free set hosted by worldlabel.com. Simply print these onto a white full sheet label paper and trim. Enjoy ~ Lia