Thursday, July 1, 2010

Mixed Media Monday New Old Bottle Labels Perfume & Pharmacy

I know these look old but they really are some new labels I made. I did use the information from an actual French pharmacy label to create the pharmacy label and wording from a vintage French perfume label for the perfume label. I added some soldered elements to the perfume bottle but if you don't solder try tying some ribbon or vintage lace on your bottle. I thought it would be a fun project for Mixed Media Monday this week.

I have added the bottle labels below so that you can make some too! Just click on the thumb to go to the larger printable version.... enjoy!






26 comments:

Zuzu's Blog said...

love the old vintage bottles with the gorgeous lables.. they look great.. and thanks for sharing those with everyone too.. I for one love them.

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh these are gorgeous!!! So glad you stopped by to tell me about them! Wow!
HUGS,
Cindy

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh my gosh--these are gorgeous!!! Thanks SO much for stopping by and telling me about them!
HUGS,
Cindy

Kristin said...

These are just stunning! I love what you have done and am so grateful to have the beautiful label to play with too. Wonderful pieces, Kristin xo

Kristin said...

Oh, I just saw your sweet comment about Somerset - thank you so much!! Kristin xo

Diana Evans said...

oh these look so neat!!! I love vintage labels....beautiful work!!!

JoAnne said...

I just found you via Cindy's blog and I'm so glad I did. Your blog is wonderful! Love your artwork and really appreciate the tutorials and these labels. I'm following you and grabbing your button now. Hope you'll stop by and do the same.
xoJoAnne

Sarah said...

Your bottles have a great vintage look and the labels are just what I need. Thank you for sharing, Inka.

Nancy Y said...

These labels are perfect!!! Thank you so much for sharing them! Your bottles look amazing!

Yvonne said...

These are gorgeous, Inka! Thank you for copies of the labels too.

Elaine A said...

Hard to believe you did not get these out of the back of an old apothecary store! They look that genuine!

Elaine Allen

Angelina's Trinkets said...

How lovely the bottles are with the beautiful labels. Very elegant. Thank you for making them printable too.
Blessings,
Angelina

Lynn Stevens said...

Wow Inka, You always have the best projects and ideas. LOVE your bottles, Thank you for the labels there awesome.
I've missed you to and look forward to getting together soon.
Hugs Lynn

Fabric Art said...

Wow your vintage bottles are gorgeous and the labels also, I love the decorated bottles, thanks for visiting my blog and yoyr sweet comments, grandchildren are the best in life, when you're tired their parents can get them back. Have a nice weekend.
Anni

Hermine said...

Absolutely gorgeous

Diane said...

Absolutely beautiful, Inka! Thanks for the printables - I'm sure they will come in very handy very soon, grin! Diane

Jen Crossley said...

Love this old labels to gorgeous and right up my alley.
Jen

Missantrhopics said...

Oh my, I am so in love with these little bottles! They really do look authentic; you've done a brilliant job with the labels.

Shawn Caro said...

I simply love these bottles and thank you so much for the labels. I can't wait to try my hand at one of these.

Gaby Bee said...

These are fabulous! They look so old, like something I'd pick up in an antiques shop or flea market. You rock!
Thanks for sharing these wonderful lables!
Gaby xo

arlene said...

How gorgeous! And it is very generous of you to share. Love your blog!

penny patten said...

These are Great!

Amy said...

very cool! I love the vintage..vintage glass is awesome

ByLightOfMoon said...

SO beautiful! I have added your blog link to my blog and my Pinterest Blog Favs!

Smiles, Cyndi

Vespereality said...

Thank you for sharing these with us! You have a knack for creativity!

Mamas Heart n Soul said...

These are soooo pretty! :-)