Halloween

It’s a while since I’ve properly partied for Halloween. The closest I come now is roaming around the local streets with a load of youngsters, knocking on doors and badgering the good folk of my ‘hood for sweets.You’ve got to take the fun where you can get it

Halloween Party Drinks Labels

After years of early parenthood – already looking like a zombie and wanting to hide away in a during the hours of daylight, we were invited to a small pre-‘trick or treat’ gathering a couple of years ago. I began to feel a glimmer of my ’entering-into-the-spirit’ mojo returning. The parenthood zombie look was already sorted, and as the main purpose was to drink wine while the kids terrorise the neighbourhood, I though I’d design some creepy wine bottle labels just for fun. They raised a smile or two.

These days I’m happy with a glass of wine and a good film but don’t think my Halloween Party days are over just yet. In the meantime it’s seems a shame not to share them. So I’ve made them into a downloadable printable. 

In a downloadable PDF, the labels measure 12cm (just under 5”) by 12cm so they pretty much fit over any existing wine label – if not, you’ve got the wrong wine. 

You Will Need:

  • Colour Printer
  • A PDF Reader  application (eg Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  • A4 Paper, suitable for printing. Does not necessary need to be bright white.
  • Paper scissors and a steady hand or a guillotine.
  • Glue stick
  • Bottle of Wine (or other drink)

How To Use

Simply print, cut out neatly and stick over the existing label. A glue stick is best as it dries quickly, sticks well to glass & paper and can be easily repositioned before it dries, if necessary. 

Print quality is not too important here as the labels are meant to look old and deteriorated.