Many of you know how much I love pure and natural bath products and have shared several of my favorite bath salt and body butter recipes. In designing my bathroom I wanted a new set of printable spa labels that had that all natural, yet high end French Laundry look. That all starts with a linen texture print, includes a floral element and finishes with vintage typography. And here you have it. I designed these labels in several shapes and sized for different kinds of apothecary jars, hand pumps and Weck jars. Both the script and the block texts are editable so you might add your own text for your different jars. To start your labels you will want to download and install the two free fonts Learning Curve and Porter Sans Block. You can do that by clicking here. Once installed, you can download the PDF of the spa labels, courtesy of World Label onto your computer. You can use the button at the end of the post to pop over to World Label and download the free printable. Open your PDF in Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader and note that you can not edit in your browser window. Click onto the text field and add your own text. Print onto a full sheet label paper or a full sheet waterproof label and trim. I used pinking sheers and trimmed by hand to add a touch of rustic finish to my labels. I simply love these labels for my bathroom and am thinking that these are also going to make great printable spa labels for my handmade bath product gifts I am planning for the holidays. So, so pretty, don’t you think? Enjoy! ~ Lia
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Lia, I was wondering if you can teach us how to print your labels and cut them using the Cricut Maker. I am terrible at cutting stuff myself, especially circles. I have full page label paper, because I do not want to get different size and shapes of labels. It can get a bit expensive that way.
We love using full sheet label paper! I don’t have a tutorial on this just yet but will add it to the idea list. In the meantime there are some great tutorials out there if you google search “Cricut Print-Then-Cut tutorial”.
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Hi Lia, Love these labels! I downloaded Adobe Acrobat, the labels from World Labels , as well as the two lovely fonts, but I can’t seem to find the fonts in Acrobat. I read what another visitor to your website wrote and I tried restarting, closing, and reopening and I still don’t see it. What am I doing wrong? Any tips?
Hi Melissa! There’s a chance the fonts didn’t install correctly. You can open your font program (on a Mac it’s FontBook), and make sure you see them activated and properly installed.
How did you get yours to print in white? They keep printing the original color for me.
Hi Brandi, the labels are actually a very pale yellow/linen color. They just look white in the photos.
Thank you so much for these darling labels!
I have all my bathroom supplies in clear plastic totes on my large bathroom shelf, but wanted something classier than the label maker: And I needed them all in the same size, and without the “Pure & Natural” part on it (which would have been silly on totes labeled “Pain Relief”, “Oral Care”, and “Digestive & Intestinal”, lol!)
So I took the large oblong label, took a screen shot and pasted it to Paint, and then erased the “Pure & Natural” part by cutting and pasting surrounding blank area over the text. I then set it up so 6 were on a sheet and saved it: And just added the porter sans block font (I ended up getting it from another page, because for some reason the bottom part of the alphabet is cut off on the link attached), printed and exited without saving so I could reprint additional labels. They look so cute!
I’m glad you found a way to make these work for you! 🙂
Is it possible to edit the tags with the part pure and natural. I love the tags and I was going to use them for a graduation party. I dont think BBQ pork ifs pure and natural. LOL
ha! Unfortunately the only thing that is not editable on these tags is the “pure and natural” part. These labels might work better for what you are wanting 🙂 https://liagriffith.com/printable-food-labels-and-recipe-cards/
I love the glass bottles!!! Where can I find them? Ive been looking for them everywhere but still haven’t been lucky… Do you by any chance know?
Thank you very much!
I honestly don’t remember but I’m sure you can find some by browsing online!
do these not work anymore? I would love to use these from some bath salts I made for an upcoming shower
There are free and hosted on World Label’s blog. Follow the link and it will take you to the place to download.
I’m so thrilled with these labels! They came out so cute 🙂
I was on Pinterest looking for inspiration for labels for a cleaning kit that I want to assemble and came upon these ones, which appeal to my aesthetic perfectly! Thank you for this – it will save me 5+ hours in creating them myself. However… I’ve downloaded both the fonts (like, 4 times) and still am not able to get them to show up in the World Labels editable file? Have I missed a step? Please help! Thanks! ~M.
Hi, try to restart the Adobe Acrobat:-)
I did try that! Even restarted my computer. BUT, I did get it to work! What I failed to do was actually SAVE the pdf to my computer. Tried to change it in the browser – silly me! Had alignment issues when I opened the pdf, so I ultimately opened it in Illustrator to type in the labels that way. Thanks for the response! And for these beautiful labels! ~M.
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Thank you so much for sharing this. Love them all recipes and labels !!!
Thank you so much:-)
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I’ve tried multiple times to download your spa labels. I LOVE them!!! Each time, however, I get a message saying the file is damaged and can’t be fixed. Please help me if you can! I’ve also tried through the World Label site:(
That is really strange. Sorry for the trouble, have you tried using a different Internet browser?
Absolutely beautiful, my gifts look like they came from a high end spa
I’m planning on redoing my bathroom this year. Your spa labels are beautiful and will be the finishing touch for my bathroom. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much, happy to hear that my new bathroom is a source of inspiration for you. I have to say I do love it:)
Thank you so much for sharing these lovely labels!
You are welcome;-)
These are just going to be super for my homemade salts and soaps for Christmas gifts. Makes me look more polished. Thanks for all of your time and effort in creating these.
These labels are absolutely gorgeous!! I have a love of apothecary jars and now I can label and display the contents beautifully. Thank you SO much for these. I’m going to have to look for some of your recipes; the jar of bath salts looks heavenly!
Thank you! I am so excited to redo my bathroom in French Laundry style to match these. You should try the making the bath salt, it is lovely!!
Unfortunately it only works for a mac computer. It won’t download onto my PC. ;(
Hmm… strange. We usually test it both on a Mac and PC and it works for us. Did you save it as a PDF and then opened it up with Adobe Reader?
Lia…do you have a recipe for the Italian milled soap as I do make my own bath and body care products also using some of your recipes….Patricia
Hi Patricia I don’t have a recipe for the Italian milled soap, yet:) These are purchased. Happy you have been able to enjoy some of my other recipes, I use almost only the ones I have made myself.
Very pretty – Thank you, Lia – these are perfect 🙂
You are so welcome.
many thanks, theses are so beautiful. where do you purchase those small jars for the body scrub?? i would like to include small, white spoons, i have been to google, i found jars that are o.k., i like yours better but no spoons to attach. any thoughts??
These are Weck jars and you can find them by using the link in the post. They are also being sold at Crate and Barrel and Williams Sonoma. As for scoops, I had the same trouble finding one. I found a small metal scoop at a home goods store. It looked something like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Candy-Scoops-Metal-Aluminum-2-Ounce/dp/B006IURXEC/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1411741348&sr=8-10&keywords=small+scoop
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I love the labels but how do you edit them please? Thanks
The instructions are detailed in the text of my post and World Label’s post. You should find what you need there.
Thank you, Lia! These are beautiful! I have some clear soap dispensers that these will look lovely on.
That sounds perfect! Enjoy!