How do you make your custom bottle labels?
As you know, alot of work goes into the production of beer, wine, cider or what ever you decide to ferment and bottle(or can) so why not follow it right to the end and print your own custom label?
There is all sorts of ways to go about doing this but a couple go to sites for me are www.Labeley.com and www.BeerLabelizer.com because they are incredibly simple to use and really allow you to customize the bottle label and save a final product and print it from your own printer. Or if you choose with Labeley they can print them for you, at a price that scales based on various options.
- Free – limited selection of designs and low(er) resolution file
- Premium Membership is $5 and gives you access to all 15 designs and you can save high resolution files
- Upload Custom Image and Logo
I really like the quick and easy selection with Beer Labelizer because it allows me to create a good quality label with all the information relatively quickly and they look great!
- Free with large selection of graphics, backgrounds, images, and even shapes!
- No Membership fee – Print your logo for free, or you can pay to have them printed if you like
- Secure login to track designs
- Easy to follow instructions and simple user interface
- Total Customization with Backgrounds, Borders, Text and more!
- Design labels for beer, wine, cider, canning, and more!
- Easily create custom coloring pages for kids aged 1-100
Labeley is an amazing site with a broad range of customization and really allows you to let the creative juices flow. You start by choosing the general shape of your label you want and from there you can add graphics, your own logo, custom text and more! And the best part is you don’t need to be a graphic designer to create something you can be proud of.
Once your done designing your label you can print the label, or if you create a free account you can save it and they will keep track all your designs.
One last option I discovered is you can design your logo, and then when you go to print it have it blown up a bit for a coloring page for those rainy days or just when you have the urge to color.
Once you have your labels printed you will have to affix them to the bottles. I have used Fast Label Sleeves and have a product review here, and you can use other methods such as a glue stick, or even dipping them in milk.