Free Apothecary-Style Labels: WorldLabel.com

I’ve teamed up again with the fantastic WorldLabel.com and designed some free apothecary label graphics to print out onto their full sheet 8.5″ x 11″ label stock. The great folks at WorldLabel.com turn my files into fillable PDF templates so you can customize them. You can add your own typography before printing or hand-write on them after to pretty up all of your old flea-market bottles!

Click HERE to head over to their blog for the free PDF label files to download. Dig around while you’re there, WorldLabel.com offers lots of free printables!

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70 Responses to Free Apothecary-Style Labels: WorldLabel.com

  1. #1 - Amanda Masters says:

    Oh my goodness, these are wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Thank you Cathe! Beautiful labels. It’ll be fun playing with these. I’ve just discovered your blog and now am hooked. Such fun. Now, I’m back over to WorldLabel to check out the other good stuff!

  3. #3 - Marie says:

    thank you so much Carthe, it’s a wonderful job ! Have a nice day

  4. #4 - MichelleGB says:

    These are fabulous! Thank you!

  5. #5 - Tania says:

    thank you, these are lovely

  6. #6 - Lori says:

    Those are gorgeous labels !! WOWWW !!
    Thank you for sharing them with us ~

    xoxo
    Lori

  7. #7 - Christy Walker says:

    I love your work, thanks so much for sharing!

  8. #8 - Dani says:

    I just published a post yesterday about vintage labels including a link to your site. Now I’ll just have to publish another one lol.

    These are lovely can’t wait to use them.

  9. #9 - Denise says:

    AWESOME!!! thank you so much! :)

  10. #10 - Ashlee says:

    Thank you, Cathe for sharing your talents and inspiring us! I am lovin’ the labels!

  11. #11 - Steph says:

    Thank you! These are beautiful!

  12. #12 - Elizabeth says:

    Awesome! Thank you so much!

  13. #13 - Adrienne says:

    I {heart} apothecary jars, so these would be perfect to print for them! Thank you so much!!!

  14. #14 - Amy says:

    Thanks for the great labels! Hope to see you at the Butter and Egg Day parade on Saturday. My little guy will be in the Cutest Little Chick contest.

    -Amy
    Crafting by Candlelight

  15. #15 - rosa says:

    so pretty!
    Take care,
    Rosa

  16. #16 - Jacque Chinnery says:

    Thank you for the great label designs!

  17. #17 - Jennifer Stuart says:

    thanks for these!! I think they will be perfect to use for our wedding favors.

  18. #18 - Andrea says:

    So generous of you.

  19. #19 - Heather Ozee says:

    h this is fabulous! I’ve always loved old bottle labels and I have a very special collection of my grandma’s old spice cans.
    Hugs!

  20. #20 - Cecilia Hanna says:

    These are so adorable. Love, love, love them. :)

  21. #21 - Saucy Chick Sherry says:

    Cathe you really offer the very best creative finds to us. Thank you for always inspiring our creative muses. Happy weekend…

  22. #22 - Jennifer Erickson says:

    Wow, they’re incredible! Thank you so much Cathe! Also, thank you for turning me on to the Maker’s Faire! I’m hoping to make it up there this May!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  23. #23 - barb says:

    Can you help me please!! I love these labels, using for a wedding, can you tell me how to make the font larger and can I change the font size and style??

  24. #24 - Marta Vidal says:

    Thanks for the free labels.

  25. #25 - Cindy Bee says:

    WOW! Thank you. I love the labels and I have a bunch of old jars. I might have to play around with this craft!

    Cindy Bee

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  27. #26 - Bridget says:

    My sister told me about your blog. These labels are beautiful, and so generous of you to share them. I will be following you! I love the vintage look!

  28. #27 - Amanda McMillen says:

    Beautiful work! I really like these!

  29. #28 - Kathy says:

    Love these, thank you so much!

  30. #29 - Valeriana says:

    Wow, Cathe, these are amazing!! Thank you so much!!

  31. #30 - Dayse says:

    gostaria de receber rótulos para personalizar garrafinhas de refrigerantes da Coca-Cola de 250 ml, para a festinha da Tinker Bell da minha filha. Obrigada.

  32. #31 - Diane says:

    These are great Ü Thank you so much.

  33. #32 - RSA Now says:

    Loving the vintage feel :)

  34. #33 - Wendy says:

    Thanks so much :) :)

  35. #34 - Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for these labels! I took your advice some time ago and have already purchased my full sheet labels. These are VERY fun.

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  38. #35 - Dennis says:

    Great labels! I could use these for organizing my jars. Lpve it!

  39. #36 - Tiffany B. says:

    Wow, these look great. I cant wait to find a project to use them :)

  40. #37 - kate blue says:

    just wanted to say thanks again for sharing…I am using them!
    http://kateblue.blogspot.com/2011/04/lotd_22.html

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  42. #38 - tanya gilmartin says:

    Thank you Cathe for sharing. These are fantastic-great job, they look very authentic! I posted this on my blog for my “Free Download Friday” feature. I used your photos and linked back to you. I hope this is ok- take a look and let me know if you want me to remove it and I will do it right away. http://scrapbits.typepad.com/scrap_bits/2011/04/free-download-friday-apothacary-labels.html
    Thanks again!
    Tanya

  43. #39 - Rupa says:

    Oh I just LOVE these labels!!! Thanks to you, I finally ordered labels from worldlabel.com and printed off vintage round labels in various colors, you had shared for free some time ago. They look so awesome on my IKEA glass bottles (with stainless steel lids) that I use for spices. I can’t wait to play with these, thank you, thank you, thank you for your talent and generosity!!!

  44. #40 - Rose Santuci-Sofranko says:

    These are wonderful! I have a question about your wonderful Freebies, on the ones you design and that say they are “free for whatever use”, but not for sale AS clipart…are there any that we can use on items that we sell? Such as putting them on T-shirts, buttons, etc…? I would not want to infringe on your or anyone elses copyrights. Thanks in advance for your help. And, if so, could you point me in the direction of any of your freebies that it is okay to put on products that we sell? Thanks in advance for your help. God bless!

    • #41 - Cathe Holden says:

      Hi Rose,

      All images I share on my blog as freebies are yours to use in personal and commercial projects. If you want to send me a T-shirt with any of them used on it, naturally I’d love that, LOL! (kidding….but XL just in case.)

  45. #42 - Rose Santuci-Sofranko says:

    Wow…how very nice of you! Thank you so much for getting back to me so soon. God bless! Rose

  46. #43 - Kristy Neeley says:

    I love this! HOw perfect! Great for gift giving, even for party favors, and food gifts! Thanks so much I will have to feature all your great labels at my crafty, diy, healthy blog http://www.apronsandapples.blogspot.com THANK YOU!!

  47. #44 - Terri says:

    Wow, love these! Thanks for sharing!!!

  48. #45 - Valerie Lindenskov says:

    Thankyou so very much for sharing these gorgeous labels! Love your site and have saved your site!

  49. #46 - June Modena says:

    Now I just need some neat bottles to put them on. Lol Love these labels. Thanks Cathy. Great!

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  51. #47 - Susanne Vogel says:

    Hello Cathe,
    thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful labels – finally I have used some: printed them out on coloured paper, struck them onto normal glass jars and covered them with transparent adhesive foil. Photo in my blog (in german) http://susannes-sammelsurium.blogspot.com/2011/10/mein-lieblingszimmer.html.
    My store-room looks so much better now!
    Susanne

  52. #48 - Becky says:

    Hi Cathe,

    Happy new year from the UK! What a fabulously creative website you have! So many cool things! Apologies if this issue has been raised before (I’m sure it has) but I was wondering if the images you list on your blog under the freebie section can be used for commercial as well as personal use as I’d hate to breach any copyright rules? If you could let me know that would be superb. Happy creating!

  53. #49 - Becky says:

    P.s In reference my previous post. When I say commercial use, I mean for use on sale items such as candles and gift tags. I look forward to hearing from you Cathe to clarify the situation. Thanks in advance.

  54. #50 - Emma says:

    These labels are great! I used them to make page buttons on my blog and love them!

  55. #51 - Victoria says:

    Thank you very much for sharing with use.

  56. #52 - Crystal B. says:

    Thank you SO much for sharing these! We are going to a Mountain Man Rendezvous this week & they won’t want my little glass bottles without labels….& I am NOT very good on the computer! You are a real gem! I will recommend you to everyone I know!
    Many blessings upon you!

  57. You have a beautiful site and amazing material. Thank you very much for sharing it with us.

  58. #54 - Natasha says:

    Thanks for sharing your lovely work with us! Its much appreciated. how do I go about just enlarging just one of the labels I like and printing it onto normal paper…Thanks

  59. #55 - Thomas Jones says:

    Very cool!

  60. #56 - Thomas Jones says:

    …and thank you!

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  62. #57 - Sharon says:

    love these-thanks

  63. #58 - Forest says:

    hello cathe

    i downloaded the pdf for the labels. they are lovely and thank you.

    however im confused as to how to print them .. they are various sizes

    can you please explain ?

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  65. #59 - Christine Terry says:

    Hello, I was wondering if it is ok for me to use these templates for a product I will be selling in my salon, They are awesome! but I wanted to be sure…Thanks! Id be happy to send you some! I am making essentiall oil sprays and eau de cologne, all organic

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  67. #60 - Anne Maree Lloyd says:

    Lovely labels

  68. #61 - lynne swanson says:

    hi Cathe just to thank you for being such an inspiration. All of your hard work is greatly admired by all and very beautiful. thankyou so much. i am sooooo delighted I found your site.

  69. #62 - Lorna Day says:

    Hi Cathe,
    I love what u do and am actually looking to have this label style on ly products… can u shoot me an email as I would love to work with u.
    Lorna