Bottle labels for your Apothecary Products

Free Apothecary Labels for your bottles designed by Cathe Holden of  Just Something I Made. Once again, Cathe has put together some awesome vintage designs for labeling your products.  Two colors are available: Cream background and multi-colored. Use our Full sheet labels to cut out labels and print.

apothecary labels

apothecary labels

The labels are in fillable PDF templates:

Specs: These bottle label templates in PDF are cross-platform and application independent. They will work on Mac OSX, Linux, Windows, Solaris and other operating systems. There can be compatibility issues among different PDF Readers. For optimum performance and full use of all functions, we recommend you download for free Adobe PDF Reader version 9.

Fonts: If you want to change the font type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Apple + 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.

font properties


In case you missed Cathe’s last collection of vintage round label designs.

Need bottle labels to print on your laser and inkjet printers!

70 thoughts on “Bottle labels for your Apothecary Products

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  4. Sue H.

    Love the template!! found you through Tip Junkie – plan to use them for Halloween and for Valentine’s Day (multi-tasking here). Appreciate the freebie. Sue

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  7. Patina Junky on Etsy

    Why cant I download these or access them in any way without some annoying box popping up that say’s “WINZIP 12.0” “Your subscription has expired”! Basically, I cant open these without paying this darn pop up $27.00.

    Is there anyway for World to put this on a file that can be opened right with Adobe 9 like the other files from Cathy Holden? Thanks.

  8. Rhiannon

    I’m having a vintage alice in wonderland themed tea party in March, and these will be absolutely perfect for it! Thank you so much for sharing your amazing work x

  9. Victoria

    Nice, but totally impractical. You cannot resize the templates and you have to print off the entire lot or none at all. Would have been better to have an option to make them smaller – for aromatherapy bottles for example – and to just print off the one or two you want to use. Disappointed !

  10. wlmanager Post author

    HI Victoria, one can all ways take one of those images, resize it in Photoshop, Gimp, Illustrator and then format it for printing. If you let me know which specific label design you like, I will get it formated for you. Russell @ Worldlabel. com


  11. Lauren Kilgore

    I love these labels and thank you so much for putting them out for free! I am trying to specifically use 2 of them but am having a hard time editing them into a slightly larger shape and pulling the singular labels out of the sheet so I can print multiple of just the 2 instead of all the labels. If you can email me to help me in any way, that would be amazing. Thanks so much!

  12. Brittney

    Thank you soo much! These labels are beautiful and it’s so wonderful of you to share your talents!

  13. Kareen

    Hello, these are awesome! I am having some trouble though. I am using an i mac and i don’t know what Apple + E means, thanks so much.

  14. wlmanager Post author

    Hi Kareen,
    That was an short cut on older Macs, sorry, try Command + E on a Mac

    Thank you

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