Every year around Halloween I’ve thought about making my own potion bottles for a Make Something Monday craft, but somehow I always get side tracked and end up working on something else. Not this year though!
This year, I planned these bottles into my craft timeline with one small change. The original plan was to design my own labels, but I found these on itsybitsyfun.com and fell in love with them. They’re perfect!
Halloween Potion Bottle Materials
Glue gun (not pictures)
Labels (which you can download here)
I got my bottles at Pat Catan’s but you can probably get them at any craft or hobby store, especially around this time of year.
Clean off your bottles and print and cut out your labels.
Note: The original labels from itsybitsyfun.com are pretty big. My bottles were smaller so I had to shrink the labels to fit on my bottles.
Using your brush and Mod Podge, adhere the labels to the bottles.
I put a layer on the back of the label and then another layer over the top to protect the paper.
Hot glue your rope to the bottles and your finished!
Pretty fun, right? Now, you can spice up your Halloween party! Fill the bottles up with some beer, cider, wine, or whatever you’d like, and serve.
6 thoughts on “DIY Halloween Potion Bottles”
These are neat !
I’ll have to finish this one.
That’s pretty cool! You definitely should finish it and share the updated project 😄
Very cool. Thanks for the download link as well!
Sure thing! Glad you liked it!
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