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Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable

How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

Some days I try to tell myself, “Yeah… I’m classy.” And other days I think, “This piece of trash would look GREAT as decor in my house.”

And then I realize maybe I should use the term “classy” reeeeaaaally loosely.

But when trash looks like this, can you blame me for wanting it?

Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

I mean besides the label. Ignore that part for now.

First of all, I big puffy heart love vintage amber bottles. So any time I’m in the grocery store and see a bottle that could look all vintage-y and cute, it automatically gets bonus points.

Robert and I have been on a health kick lately, and I’d heard kombucha was a great regimen we could try, so I bought a couple of bottles of kombucha. One sip and it was a big ol’ NOPE from us. Bleck! I’ve heard you have to acquire a taste for it, but nah. I’m good.

At least we can get cute decor out of it. 😉

Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

So I soaked the label off with some warm, soapy water and removed any remaining adhesive with some rubbing alcohol.

Then, I just whipped up a vintage style printable label to put on it for this year’s spring printable tour with Kristin at Ella Claire Inspired. (You can get more spring printables from her tour at the bottom of this post.)

Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

Because you know anything vintage and French is fancy. That’s the rule.

If you want the printable for yourself, you can click here or the button below subscribe to get access to it in my printable library:

(If you’re already a subscriber, the printable download and link to access the library is in your inbox at the bottom of every email I send.)

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Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

I just printed it out on regular computer paper, attached it with some double sided tape, and that was it.

And I stuck these faux pink magnolia branches in it and placed it on our coffee table tray. Once the flowers start blooming around here, I’ll probably swap them out for some pretty ones from our yard. It’s the cutest little decor accent now and almost looks like a vintage French perfume bottle.

I actually saw a bottle with a vintage style label on it being sold as a vase at a local boutique a few weeks ago, but I figured why buy it when I could make it for absolutely free?

Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

So our ottoman has a burst of cheerful pink now and we’ll pretend our very short affair with kombucha never happened. I’ll find a different way to get healthy, I think. Haha!

Vintage Amber Bottle Label Printable | How to turn old jars and bottles into household decor with a vintage French style printable label + 21 more free printables for spring.

You can check out all of the other spring printables on the tour to get more freebies to use around your home too. Just click the links below to snag them:

8×10 Vintage Postcard Easter Bunny by Ella Claire | Easter Banners by Tatertots and Jello | 2019 Floral Calendar by Tidbits | Spring Flower Cones by Designthusiasm

Set of 3 Handpainted Spring Watercolors by Twelve on Main | Botanical Spring Flowers by Live Laugh Rowe | HOP to it Spring Printable by Nest of Posies | Spring Nest Watercolor by Nina Hendrick

Spring Herbs by My Someday in May | Series of Four Watercolour Art by Happy Housie | Black and White Florals by Zevy Joy | Leaves and Mushrooms Wood Slices by Town and Country Living

Feather and Nest Spring Towel Template by Craftberry Bush | I Love Paris in the Springtime by So Much Better with Age | Hurry Up Spring! by Home Made Lovely | Vintage Amber Bottle Label by Blesser House

DIY Easy Cupcake Wrapper by Happy Happy Nester | Fresh Flower Market by Clean and Scentsible | Bright and Beautiful Watercolor by Maison de Pax | Sunflowers and Butterfly Muffin Wrapper by Paint Me Pink

Welcome Spring by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Spring Bingo Cards by My Sweet Savannah | ‘Happy Easter’ Bunny Tags by Boxwood Avenue | Spring Spring Spring by Taryn Whiteaker

Fern Botanical by Jennifer Rizzo Design Co. | Believing in Spring by anderson + grant

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12 Comments

  1. I think you are way too hard on yourself. No worries, the bottle and label are cute, lots of different ways to use it. Maybe your hormones are still running wild?!

    1. The hormones are definitely still running wild, but I was really being sarcastic in this post. 😉 That’s hard to convey in writing sometimes.

  2. Kombucha! I really like it, but each brand is so different. The one you showed definitely has to cooled bottle, but the taste is just awful! The fruity ones are less bitter. love your newsletter!

  3. This is great! Thanks for the share! I drink this every day and tho i save the bottles it never occurred to me to make new labels!! Thanks again!!!

    Sue Waldron
    Instagram @suewaldron

  4. Super cute! I love the finished product! My hubby actually MAKES kombucha, but I think this is a way better application and a good excuse to buy it for the pretty bottle. 😉 Love those pink flowers and the burst of pretty and Spring that it adds!

  5. My daughter LOVES kombucha. But, when I taste it, I always think, “this would taste way better with olive oil, cucumbers and tomatoes!” ?

  6. I am a subscriber but the email you sent does not have anything at the bottom to connect me to where I can download the printable. All of the links at the bottom just bring me back here.

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