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Merry Christmas! Here’s a FREE printable Christmas water bottle label set in chalk-style art. This free printable is in PDF format. These labels have a chalkboard background, with silhouettes of trees in the snow. There are three phrases in chalk lettering that say “Merry Christmas”, “Jingle Bells” and “Happy Holidays”. These are easy to cut out, decorate your beverages, and leave out for guests at a Christmas party, Holiday party. You could also use these for scrapbooking projects or put them water and juice bottles then stick them in your kid’s lunch.

This free Christmas themed download prints 3 water bottle labels on 8.5 x11 standard letter size paper and will fit most regular sized water bottles. There are three different water bottle labels to choose from or use them all. These labels are inspired by Christmas and chalk style art.

This printable comes with crop marks to make cutting out your Christmas water bottle labels simple and quick. I recommend using glue or tape to stick your labels on the bottles. Scotch tape is easiest.You can download your free Christmas water bottle labels below.

Free Printable Chalk Christmas Water Bottle Labels

File Size: 7 MB
Format: PDF

What paper is best for my Christmas bottle labels?

If you need those chalk, Christmas themed labels quick, multipurpose printer paper works great! It is easy to print and quick to trim. Your Christmas party will have merry Christmas themed beverages in no time.

You can save on ink long term if you invest in a laser printer as well. A really great idea if you plan on doing a lot of parties with printables for years to come. Also great for scrapbookers and homeschoolers. I bought one a few years ago and love it.

If making higher quality labels for your Christmas party is the priority you can try using a cardstock paper. Some of my visitors have been concerned about their water bottle labels getting soggy from the moisture of the bottles and offered a trick. After printing the labels they coat them with contact paper, then cut them, to make them a super durable. I would still only use the thinner multipurpose paper for this. You can get contact paper here!

Don’t forget Christmas toys and gifts!

To complement your Christmas party, check out these fun Christmas party items and gifts! After grabbing some of these items head to a dollar store and pick up some green and red plates, utensils, napkins and streamers to match!

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