DIY: Milkaholic Bottles {& Free Printables!}

When I put together the Milkaholic Baby Shower for our friends, I had no idea the overwhelming response it would receive!  So many of you have left kind comments and inquired about everything from the invitation to the food labels, patterned papers and milk bottles.  I am currently working to make the invitation available for purchase (via a third party…  more on that to come! ).  But for now, I thought we’d start off with the milk bottles.

So today we’re sharing instructions for the milk bottles along with a FREE PRINTABLE file for the labels.  Here is everything you’ll need to make some MILKaholic bottles of your own!

Milkaholic Milk Bottles DIY

SUPPLIES:

Frappuccino Bottles
Black Spray Paint
MILKaholic Labels {free printable here}
Adhesive Remover
Black Sharpie

DIRECTIONS

  1. Enjoy a bottle of Frappuccino!
  2. Rinse bottle. Remove label. Spray with adhesive remover (like goo-gone) and let sit for 5-10 minutes.  Scrub off adhesive residue with a sponge or cloth.  Wash the entire bottle and lid in dishwasher.  Let dry completely.
  3. Spray paint lid black.   Let dry completely.
  4. Print Milkaholic labels on sticker paper.  Get the FREE PRINTABLE labels here.
  5. Punch out labels with 1 3/4″ circle punch.  The outer black boarder is thicker than necessary to give you some room for error on the punch.  The final label will have only a thin outer black border.
  6. Affix a label on the top of lid and front of bottle. Enjoy!

TIPS:
If your circle punch is old and dull like mine, the outer black border of the label may have some unsightly white fringe.  Before attaching label, use a black Sharpie marker to touch up any white areas. This will make your final product look more polished!

Don’t fill the bottles with milk until you’re ready to use them. The labels will wrinkle with the condensation that pools on the cold bottle!

FREE PRINTABLE Milk Bottle Labels Here!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

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