These antique-looking Halloween apothecary labels are some of the cutest for decorating. I had a lot of fun designing these, but even more using them! They have multiple uses:
Dressing up food or drink containers with old-fashioned drug store labels adds a unique Halloween look. “A Pumpkin and a Princess” shares some great ideas, including sticking moss in a bottle. Feel free to check out her designs!
You can also use them to label food. At a Halloween party, when guests bring food, just leave out some blank labels and markers. Then they can label exactly what they brought!
Along with 16 different designs, I’ve also included a page of blanks. Designed for Halloween, but with no words written in. Essence of Arsenic, Witches Brew, Poison Hemlock, and Deadly Butterfly Wings are just a few of the designs.
• Print options: regular paper works, but I suggest card stock or glossy photo paper.
• All of the files are in pdf below. Or click on the image. It will open in a new window and you can either print directly or save to computer.
• The default size of these is full-page. However, if you want smaller, simply reduce the print size!
Please check out the “Halloween Printables” page for more Halloween-related printables!
This pdf includes 8 labels of different sizes on a slate background. Essence of Arsenic, Witches Brew, Hemlock Herb, Vampire Blood, Love Brew, Dragon’s Breath, Bat Wings, and Spider Venom. Different designs for each.
This pdf includes 8 labels of identical size on an antique gray background. Witches’ Brew, The Deadly Rose, Poison Hemlock, Deadly Butterfly Wings, Glenda’s Magical Bats Blood, Spider Venom, Deadly Nightshade, and Poisoned Pumpkin Puree.
This pdf includes 8 blank labels of identical size on an antique gray background. They are very similar to the ones above (some slight adjustments), but without words. Fill out as needed.