Harrowing Halloween Labels and Specimens

11 Oct

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with searching for great details to add to our Creepy Carnival Halloween party this year. The devil’s in the details, as they say, and to spook up our bar and food tables, vintage labels and specimen jars will do the trick.

I really liked the Martha Stewart poison labels she featured last year and you can find those and some new ones at Grand In Road.

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But I also perused the web and found these awesome inspirational labels. Some of the designs are free and will definitely save you some time and $$$ The tutorials will also keep the designs from looking sloppy. I’m planning on premixing a signature drink and displaying them in old wine bottles with some creepy labels at our bar.

Here are some samples pictures from the sites I’ve found with links below the pics.

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Spookshow’s Vintage Halloween Labels

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Love Manor Vintage Halloween Labels

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Chronophobia Vintage Halloween Labels

Shadow Manor even created a Doom It Yourself Poison Label Generator, so you can add your own text to these vintage labels!

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Specimen jars aren’t just for the kiddies anymore. Some specimens on risers will elevate our dessert bar to Halloween standards πŸ˜‰

Arana Muerta’s Witches Kitchen is a great guide on creating your own concoctions and it features a great little tutorial on how to make the labels. I Make Projects features some really fun ideas on what to use as specimens.

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I Make Projects Specimen Jars

Happy Doom It Yourself-ing!

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3 Responses to “Harrowing Halloween Labels and Specimens”

  1. black hattitude October 17, 2009 at 9:36 pm #

    Hi,

    Thank you for the great quality of your blog, each time i come here, i’m amazed.

    black hattitude.

    • sentimentalsublime October 18, 2009 at 10:04 am #

      Thanks black hattitude! Stay tuned, we’ve got some fun projects in the works.

  2. A Common Sea October 5, 2012 at 3:37 pm #

    I know this is an older post, but just wanted to say THANKS! This was exactly what I was looking for! πŸ™‚

    ~Lynn

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