Halloween Drink Bottle Labels
I bought these labels to put on bottles of Soda to give out as a party favor. I plan to package them in a cello bag and tie a ribbon around them. I bought Crush in the glass bottles. The labels look awesome with the bright colors of the Crush pop, but they don't fit very well with the contour of the bottle. They don't lay flat and like the picture shown. I didn't care too much that they have to be all wrinkled to cover the bottle, because they are neat looking and it adds to the look. They must have used Jones soda.
October 27, 2010
Love these labels!
These labels are fantastic! Very good quality and I didn't have any trouble getting the stickers to stay on. I took them off to use again next year - we'll see if they will stick again (I saved the paper they came on to store them). The stickiness may depend on the temperature of the bottle. I put mine on warm bottles and then chilled them and had no issues.
October 30, 2011
Best spooky labels out there!
These labels are fantastic! I purchased them early but have just put them on the bottles for our upcoming Halloween party and - WOW! - the transformation is amazing!
These labels are self-adhesive (stickers) and they stick perfectly: no bubbles under and the adhesive is very strong (so you won't be able to re-use the stickers if you wanted to, but they would definitely not fall off like w/other reviewer's experience).
I'm using these on 2-liter bottles of soda (cola for "poison", mountain dew for "eye of newt") and on 64 oz bottles of juice (cranberry-blueberry for "black crow feet" and apple for "witch's brew") -- these labels look fantastic even on curvier juice bottles and on bottles with grooves.
These labels are of excellent quality (thick, glossy and the inks are vibrant) and they are a great value even at their regular price. I will definitely purchase more and highly recommend them.
October 28, 2011
I bought these for my Halloween party going with a witch theme this year and I thought that they looked great. I haven't stuck them on any bottles yet, but I'm thinking of using the Jones bottles as those would be most similar to the ones on the sample picture. I think it will really add ambiance to the party.
August 31, 2011
Cute labels, but did not stick
I also had problems with these labels sticking. You had to hold them tight on the bottle for a period of time before they took.
December 6, 2010
Bought 24oz bottles and a few 20 oz. the 20oz bottles don't work, the 24oz bottles are perfect! I used Mountain Dew for the fire newt lables, root beer for the poison, grape for the black crow, and orange for the witches brew. The labels looked like they were designed for the soda!
October 31, 2010
So far they are good,I have not put them on the bottles yet.But I like them.
October 29, 2010
I though these were so cute! The only prblem is that they were too big for the bottles I had (and I was using normal sized ones) and that they didn't stick very well. I had to tape them down to make sure they would stay.
October 17, 2010
A Huge Hit!
I recently used these for a Haunted House themed Birthday party. I bought each child attending the party a small bottle of soda or iced tea and put the labels on. The children LOVED them! They are very cute, however the only problem was that they absolutely do not stick well at all. I actually had to glue the labels onto the bottles.
August 16, 2010
Like the designs. They were good for full size bottles that you could remove the orginal labels from. Though they were not big enough to cover up labels that you could not remove. They also do not work well on small soda bottles (8 to 10 inches tall) they are a little too long for those, unless you put the labels sideways.
Our suggestion, use them on the sparkling grape juice bottles that have the shrink-wrapped labels that you can peel off easily. (those worked out the best)
Another good thing is that the labels are repositionable, if you do it when you are first putting them on (and if don't push them down to hard until they are just where you want them.)
November 4, 2009