Unleash Your Creativity and Print Your Own Bottle Labels For Free

Print your own bottle labels

Are you looking to print your own bottle labels at home? Here at Personalised Bottle Labels we use state of the art professional label printers but luckily for you we have a unique way you can design and print your bottle labels from the comfort of your own home that won’t blow your bank balance. Here’s how it works…

Our free online tool is designed so that anyone and everyone can create a stunning label in just a few seconds. All you have to do is log on, get creative, and then print your high resolution jpeg label at home. Let’s take a look at the best method to design and print your own labels.

How It Works

Our label designer is the easiest to use and most intuitive piece of software you’ll have ever used. By allowing you to add any name or message to your label it gives you the power to create something completely unique with just a few clicks of a button. You can even add key details like the volume and alcohol proof if you want to as well.

Create your own bottle labels for free now by visiting our free bottle label template here https://www.personalisedbottlelabels.co.uk/free-personalised-bottle-label.html

Print your own bottle labels for free

Once you’ve created your label we email you a link where you can download your label as a high resolution jpeg. Not only is it the bespoke label that you’ve always wanted, it’s also free! Now we can’t say fairer than that can we folks?

All that’s left to do is print it. Work through the following handy hints and tips and you’ll know exactly how to put the finishing touches to your pride and joy.

Tools of the Trade

We’ll start with the tools and materials you’ll need to gather to bring your label to life. Don’t worry, there isn’t much you need to get started!

  • Sticky back photo paper (standard photo paper will do) — this is what you’ll print your label on
  • If you don’t have access to sticky back photo paper then feel free to use any strong paper glue that you have to hand
  • Something to cut the paper: cutting knife, guillotine, or a sharp pair of scissors will do the job
  • A colour printer with plenty of ink so that you can capture all of those fine details and do your design justice

Here are some tools to do the job we’d recommend and where to buy them.

Sticky Photo Paper: There is plenty on ebay and cost about £7 for 25 sheets. https://www.ebay.co.uk

Photo Printer: We’d recommend a Canon which can be picked up relatively cheap at Argos. Any inkjet home printer will do the trick! http://www.argos.co.uk

Let’s Get Printing

Ok folks, so you’ve used our free label designer software and are ready to finish the job. Work through these quick steps below and you’ll have everything taken care of in no time at all…

Step 1: You need to find the email we’ve just sent you that contains a link to your free high resolution jpeg. If you don’t see it in your inbox after a couple of minutes then please check your spam or junk folder, they can end up in there from time to time!

Step 2: Open up that stunning jpeg and check that you’re happy with all the fine details of your label before printing. If you decide there’s anything you want to tweak or add then that’s no big deal. Simply go back to the free label designer and make the changes guys!

Step 3: Once you’re happy with the final jpeg right click and select ‘Print’ to send the design over to your tried and trusted printer. By default the label will be sized as 12 x 8 cm which means that an A4 sheet of paper or photo paper will be more than big enough.

Step 4: Select the highest resolution and highest dpi available on your printer so that your label looks as amazing as possible. We want to show your creative streak in all its glory remember! Once you’ve done that you’re ready to print and watch that piece of art roll off the production line in seconds.

Step 5: Here’s the part where you need nerves of steel (only joking!) Cut carefully around your label and don’t rush it or you’ll be printing a few more times to try and avoid wonky edges. There are no prizes or medals for flying through the cutting stage so take your time, and get everything exactly how you want it

Step 6: Now we’re ready to start attaching labels to bottles. This will be easiest if you were able to lay your hands on some sticky back photo paper. In this case all you need to do is peel off the backing sheet, taking care not to crease the label as you do so, and then lay the bottle flat. We suggest sitting down with your knees firmly together and resting the bottle in the groove between your legs. Apply the label in one smooth motion, working out from the centre to avoid creases and air bubbles underneath the label.

Step 7: If you’ve decided to throw caution to the wind and use standard paper and some of your trust glue then this is where you need to make sure things don’t get messy! Lay the label flat on a table and apply the glue evenly, making sure not to use too much as this will cause the label to go soggy and crease up. Lift the label gently by opposite corners and lay it flat on the bottle which should be positioned on your legs as described above in step 6. One gentle smoothing motion working from the centre outwards is all you need. We suggest leaving the glue to dry for a period of time before touching the label again otherwise it may slip or wrinkle.

Step 8: Now you can sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labour folks! It’s all done and I bet that it took longer to read this than it did to get the job done right? Now all you have to do is start thinking about your next great design and who you want to give it to.

Just remember, with our free and easy to use software the doors are always open. If you provide the creativity we’ll provide the expertise that will allow you to make the best personalised gift known to man from the comfort of your own home.

Now, we can’t say fairer than that can we?

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