Ornate Apothecary Blank Labels by Cathe Holden


Free replicated antique ornate blank Apothecary labels for artisans, crafters and designers are designed by Cathe Holden of Justsomethingimade.com. Labels are in editable PDF templates ready to print in your laser and inkjet printers. Use them for gift tags, bottles, small contatiners, favors, address labels and lots lots more. Enjoy -:)

Print on Worldlabel Full Page labels WL-175 and cut out the designs.


Tips: For best results use Adobe Reader 9 or higher. To change fonts: type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Command + E on a Mac. A toolbar will appear giving you additional text properties. Select “More” in the font properties toolbar for paragraph alignment and more.


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  • RobinL

    These are super cool. What a great collection cannot wait to use them as price tags.. Thank you so much.

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  • Liz Cowans

    Thank you-these are wonderful. Cathe is just so talented!!!

  • Dietlinde Hoffman

    Beautiful, very detailed.

  • Lynn

    Thanks so much. Love the details

  • Moira

    Many thanks – these are lovely and must have taken a great deal of work to make. I shall enjoy using them.

  • Robin

    These are really great.. thank you so much for these bottle labels

  • Joey

    So very lovely and detailed. Thank you very much.

  • http://alsiktijdheb.blogspot.com charlotte

    Thank you so much! I really love them all!
    I will be using them for my jam making and maybe even for more.

  • Leann BLackey

    Unfortunately when I try to download these a box pops up to say this contains forms and form filling is not supported. I have the newest version of Adobe. Such a shame because these are fun. Thanks for making them available for everyone, Cathe

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  • https://pitofultimatedarkshadows.wordpress.com Daryl Wor

    Mmm… pardon me while I drool. Hee hee hee… Not sure what I’ll use these for yet, but who cares! (I love my new printer!) Merci!

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