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Printable Apothecary Bottle Vintage Poison Labels for Halloween

Free Vintage Poison Printable Halloween Apothecary Labels

September 16, 2013

Printable Apothecary Bottle Vintage Poison Labels for Halloween

Next month is Halloween, which for me means either window shopping for that perfect costume early or getting started on a DIY Halloween costume. I’m a little past due. Last year my son went out as a super creepy clown. (I skipped out.) And the year before that my boyfriend went out as Prince which won him top prize at a costume contest, while I was basically a Ramones groupie for a tribute concert. I really only went all out in 2010 when I wore a handmade and gently used Renaissance Pirate costume I scored for around $75 on Etsy. This year, I’m just as clueless as I was the past two years. I keep threatening to go out as a plague doctor with the beak-y bird mask, but Scott is not real hip on that idea.

American Horror Story Inspired Preserved Organs DIY – Basement Horrors in Mason JarsRegardless, I’ve put together a few fun Free Vintage Poison Printable Halloween Apothecary Labels for you to help make your Halloween decor extra sinister. (Even if your costume isn’t.) You can put these on apothecary jars, mason jars, tins or even beer or wine bottles. Stage them with a few jars of preserved organs or aliens and you’ll have the kids scared to death of what’s hiding in the basement! {Find out how to make these jars here.}

Printable Halloween Labels - Vintage Apothecary Bottle Poison Labels

These Vintage Poison Printable Halloween Apothecary Labels come in three designs with four of each label to a page. I think they look rather authentic printed in black and white onto full size Kraft sticker label sheets. {I got my Kraft sticker labels from World Label.} Once you’ve printed them it’s only a matter of figuring out where to put them. {Download these labels in PDF format here.} Where will you stick yours?


  • theartbug

    September 16, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    they are cool…thanks for sharing!

  • Sü Smith

    September 18, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    Very neat. They are so authentic looking! Thanks so much.

  • SKTV

    September 25, 2013 at 6:27 am

    They’re cool. Actually, I think the first one with the skull could be used as place cards with names written in the frame… Thanks for sharing.


    September 29, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Love those labels !

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