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Apothecary Jars and Free Printable Labels

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Apothecary Jar and Bottle Fillers

Ok, here is the fun part! Let your imagination run wild, so you can invent wacky, weird and wicked fillers for your apothecary jars. Always start with Mother Nature and your pantry, as they both have a lot to offer. Ok, maybe I also used a bit of what Dollar Store and Amazon had to offer, but you don’t necessarily need to go that route. My excuse for using some Dollar Store and Amazon items was totally because I was in the “Halloween apothecary jars” mood and just couldn’t help myself I didn’t want to empty and refill the jars year after year. If you use only pantry items, they may go moldy or yucky after a time, so you might need to empty your jars before you store them away for next Halloween.

Poison Apple Apothecary Jar / Cloche

You can use a real apple or go for a Dollar Store one like I did. If you have a small glass dome or cloche to put over it, then it will be perfect, as glass domes/cloches turn anything into a “showcase” piece.

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Screaming Grass Apothecary Jar

Hahaha…This is one of my favorites! I think every household should have a jar of Screaming Grass :-D. For this one, I simply dried some lemongrass clippings and filled my jar with those, but any dried grass clippings will do.

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Coffin Nails Apothecary Jar

Ok, maybe this is not a pantry item nor a garden find, but almost every household would have some nails, right? Any length is fine, but the thicker the nails are, the better your coffin nails apothecary jar will look. To make it more authentic, you can even sprinkle a bit of dirt into the jar.

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Corpse Breath Apothecary Jar

This is the easiest one of all. Just glue the label on an empty jar, bottle or a vintage spritzer bottle like I did, and you are good to go.

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I also prepared another corpse breath, which makes these two a good example for using different methods with the label placement. The difference between the upper one and bottom one is that I crumbled the label before gluing it. By doing so, you get those old-looking, white crease-marks on the label.

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Vampire Blood Apothecary Jar

I used a mixture of fake blood and water, then poured that mixture into a cheap decanter I bought from our local thrift store. You can get the same effect with a mixture of water, red and brown paint.

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Ogre Brains Apothecary Jar

I used some squishy brains I got from Amazon and added a bit of fake blood. But also walnuts or pecan nuts would make excellent ogre brains. πŸ˜‰

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Snake Venom Apothecary Jar

Although just simple water would do, I also used a Dollar Store grow-in-water snake for this one.

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I know the pictures below show a different grow-in-water toy, but I just wanted to show the principle to you. First I placed the grow-in-water toy in the bottle…

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…then filled the bottle with water.

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After putting a lid on the bottle, I let it sit for a week. Good god, do these things grow! Especially if you keep the bottle shut, these toys won’t ever shrink back, and eventually you end up with a bottle that’ll resemble a lab specimen jar.

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Croc-in-a-Crock Apothecary Jar

This has the same principle as the snake venom. The only difference is that I used a grow-in-water crocodile in this one. And yes, this one is also from the Dollar Store!

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Potions and Liquids Apothecary Jars and Bottles (Toad Tears, All Purpose Poison, Cloning Potion, etc)

These really depend on your choice. While I filled some bottles with water, I filled the rest with vegetable oil.

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Then for the coloring, I either used food coloring or Rit powdered fabric dye.

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Food coloring and powdered fabric dye don’t tend to dissolve in oil. Instead, they stay in suspension, and that gives an interesting look to your potion bottles.

Do you see the beetle oil? When I shake that bottle all the fabric dye starts moving around slowly and creates a black trail. It looks as if some crushed beetle parts are dancing in the oil.

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Hahahaha… Here is another favorite of mine: the cloning potion! “Double the greatness in your life!” As you may guess, I was inspired by Greg, so much that while designing it’s label, I almost put Greg’s picture instead of the Victorian lady! No kidding! If it wasn’t for his protestations, you would be seeing his face on your cloning potion. LOL. [You can double greatness, but you can’t double perfection! -Greg ]

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Raven Feather Apothecary Jar

I used a black feather boa, but any feathers you have will work, since you can always paint or dye them black.

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Golden Laurel Apothecary Jar

To fill this jar, I dried some boxwood branches, then spray painted them gold. Similarly, any dried leafy branch could be used as filler.

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Instant Uber Apothecary Jar

As you may guess from the name, any vase-filler-size pumpkin or gourds can be used for this one. I used a bunch of miniature pumpkins (which I bought a while ago from FactoryDirectCrafts.com) together with some moss. As another idea, you can also use small gourds or pumpkins (real ones) in a setting like the one I did for the poison apple.

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Bone Dust Apothecary Jar

Flour or any powder will make a good filler as bone dust. As I was cleaning and readying our fireplace for winter, I used last winter’s ashes for this one.

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Instant Pointy Hats Apothecary Jar

As I used my last miniature pointy hat for our handsome skeleton crow…

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…I had to use a stoneware jar for this one so it wouldn’t show inside. But you get the point, right? Miniature witch hats or an empty stoneware jar would be perfect for instant pointy hats.

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    1. Thank you, Tonya! I am so glad “The Toad & Broomstick” inspired you πŸ™‚ I hope you downloaded both of the label files as each have different sized and shaped labels.

    1. Thank you, Cecilia! I am sure yours will look as lovely as ours!! I hope you downloaded both of the label files as each have different sized and shaped labels. πŸ™‚

  1. So absolutely creative!! Will use some of these ideas with a different theme since I don’t really care for Halloween.

  2. I love you guys, I want to come trick or treating to your house, I bet you give full size chocolate bars xx

    1. Thank you, Chris! We have in the past, but now we have an open bowl policy. Greg calls it “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy: don’t ask us how much you can take and we won’t tell you how much you can take πŸ™‚

  3. Halloween is not so big in the UK however, my son’s birthday is around this time so we have always made a thing of it. The weather in Autumn is unreliable so outdoor parties aren’t recommended. I will definately be using some of your ideas for scene dressing. Thanks very inspirational.

  4. Absolutely amazing! I LOVE the big pair of eyeballs in the middle. Did you make or buy them? Thank you for sharing your talent!

      1. I can’t find the print files. I found the other ones but not these. I have access and I still can’t please HELP

  5. So love this!! You are an artist after my heart…My son has a Halloween birthday and I usually go all out, but this year I am working 2 jobs and was going to re-use last years props (still am),but thanks to you I have some quick, wonderful, new art to add! Thank you! Hugs, hugs, hugs!

  6. So adorable! Hopefully it’s OK to share this with my Facebook group “Getting Crafty with Mod Podge” as I have many friends there that would love to see this

  7. Wonderful! I don’t celebrate Halloween really, (except as my mom’s birthday!) but these are so adorable that I would have a terrible time dismantling this display! I think I would keep it up all year long. Haha. Great job and thank you so much for your generosity in sharing your hard work!

    1. Thank you so much, Susan! Lol. I am also going to have hard time taking this prop down. I hope you downloaded both of the files as each have different sized and shaped labels πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much, Merlin! Greg told me how much you like Halloween and making costumes, so I am sure you’ll enjoy every minute of this project πŸ™‚

  8. Wow! That is an incredible collection…and so many fantastic tips for creating any type of Halloween display. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!

  9. That is gorgeous! Also, it reminded me that I have a stash of bottles hidden away & for the same reason you do, if they aren’t away, the Clutter Demon- aka my husband- will throw it alllllll away.

  10. You are my hero! I absolutely love 100% of your ideas! I have not been so excited to look at somebody’s post ever! My kitchen is done in skeletons and witch type stuff. The only real time I can go to a store and get anything for this room it’s during Halloween! The eyeballs that you have inside of your shelving I have them too I got them from country buffet. I have a few of your items displayed and all of this wonderful display will be the perfect addition to my kitchen! I’ve always been into skulls and all of that stuff and oh my gosh I don’t know when you posted this but I wish I would’ve seen it earlier. Anyway thank you thank you thank you thank you! You are beyond phenomenal!

    1. Oh my god! Reading you wonderful comment gave me goosebumps [I only get that when I am so heavenly happy!!]. Thank you very much indeed for your wonderful words! I hope I can live up to them πŸ˜€
      I hope you downloaded both of the free printable files, as I am sure you are going to love them. Also, a little a heads up for you: next year in the first week of October I will posting some more free labels as a follow up to this post πŸ™‚

  11. Love, love, love your ideas & thank you so much for the labels. I had a blast this weekend creating my own apothecary jars and display items.

        1. Hi Kindra, it appears you never confirmed your subscription. If you can’t find our confirmation email in your inbox, please check your junk mail box in case it had a misadventure :-). Once you confirm, our welcome email will be automatically sent to you. For more information on the subscription process or on our printables, please check our Printables FAQ page. Have a great weekend! πŸ™‚

  12. Late to the party, but WOW! I am so inspired by your creativity. I am pulling out my old jars and re-doing them ALL! (And adding some new ones to the mix, as well!) Great job, love your blog!

    1. Thank you so much, Sharon! I will be making some more this year and will post about the new ones in early October. So stay tuned πŸ˜‰

  13. Hi Handan!
    I love your projects, especially your apothecary spice rack! πŸ™‚ Thank you for the downloadable labels and all of your creative ideas on filling the jars. It is never too soon to think about Halloween.

    1. Hahaha – I couldn’t agree more Gwen! Hence I already started planning for Halloween. This year there will be more of those apothecary jar labels and jar filler ideas, so stay tuned πŸ˜‰

  14. Normally, I don’t leave comments, but this post was FANTASTIC! So MANY great ideas, in one place! Simply outstanding! Thank you so much for sharing these awesome Halloween treats! I can’t wait to make some myself : )

    1. Hello Vanessa, I am so glad you liked the post and left your lovely comment! If you liked these Halloween Apothecary Jars, you will definitely enjoy the new jar and Halloween ideas I am preparing for this Halloween. So stay tuned for our new Halloween posts πŸ˜‰

  15. Omg! You have no idea what this post has inspired in me. I have everything I need (including a corner cabinet in my kitchen) to make my own witchy apothecary display this Halloween (I can hardly wait). The only thing I have not been able to find are the grow snakes. I’ve been to a number of stores (including a few dollar stores) with no luck–well, Michael’s had an alligator but it’s bright green so I’m not sure it will work. Did your dollar store have these for Halloween specifically? If so, that would explain why I can’t find them yet.

    1. Hello Victoria, I am so glad you liked the post πŸ˜€
      I found the grow-in-water toys at the Dollar Store last year right around early to mid September. Every year they tend to change what they carry for Halloween, so when I recently went there I only found the neon green color snakes and alligators. Hence I would wait a week or two and check it again. But if you don’t want to wait for Dollar Store to bring the more natural colored ones (which I am not sure if they will or not), then your best bet would be trying online stores like Amazon. Here is a set of 3 grow-in-water toys I found for you on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2wDbHCr
      I hope this info helps πŸ™‚ Have a great weekend and let me know how your apothecary jars turned out as I’d love to see the pictures!

      1. Hello Handan. I’m finally finished with my apothecary cabinet! Took a lot longer than I expected but the finished product is well worth it. I will say that I had so much fun making my potions & decorating the bottles & i can’t wait for all my friends & family to see it this weekend at my Halloween party. Is there a way to attach photos to these comments? I will do the “did you try this pin” on Pinterest where I found this post but that only allows you to add 1 photo & I have a few good shots.

        1. Hello Victoria, I am so glad you had great fun working on the apothecary jars! I am really curios to see how they turned out. You can either send the pictures to my e-mail (handan@thenavagepatch.com) or better yet join our facebook group “Just Do it Yourself” (https://www.facebook.com/groups/309094942882821/) and share your jar collection there. I am sure others will get inspired too! I can’t wait to see the pictures!! πŸ˜€

    1. I’m sorry for the trouble with the download link, Lisa. But no worries – I just sent the labels to your e-mail. I hope you like them! πŸ™‚

  16. I love the rustic look of your creative labels. I’d love to use them but I’m not into the scary and witch things.
    I’d love to use them for their charm and look for actual spices. Is there a place on label to add the spice real name or change the name on the label? My family wouldn’t know which jar to open to get the rosemary or bay leaves, coffee, tea etc.

    Thank you for sharing your creativity ! Love your site and hope to visit often.

    1. Hello Debi,
      Sorry for getting back to you a little late. But it was so I could give you the good news: I prepared some new editable labels which I’ll be posting within couple of days together with my Potted Rosemary project. So make sure you check that post to download those editable labels as you can use them for your spice jars πŸ™‚

  17. Absolutely amazing! You are very talented! I’d love to try these, but can’t figure out the download.
    I can see the labels, but don’t see how to actually download them. I admit, it’s probably something I’m doing wrong, I’m new to iPad. Could you please send me the link?
    Thanks!

  18. Wonderful ideas and photos! I can’t wait to share your site with my new daughter in law, who loves all things Halloween!
    I filled out the required information for the free labels, however there is no place I can see to download them.
    Any way to e-mail me the files? Thanks in advance!

  19. Hi, your collection is amazing! I am trying to download your labels but am only getting black rectangles. I’m not sure if I’m doing something wrong but was hoping to surprise my wife and daughter with a nice weeknight family project before Halloween gets here. Any way you could e-mail them to me?

    1. Thank you so much, Adam! And no worries – I will e-mail the files to you. If your family likes them, you can tell them that there will be more where it came from, as I will be making more of these labels this year. πŸ™‚

  20. This is so amazing, I love vintage halloween, It is my favorite holiday, I have to make these for my 6ft window in my scrapbook building. I have a 6×3 window ledge I keep Candy jars and 3d scrappy things and fun things, You are my hero. Such great ideas. I built it to scrap with friends when I retire. It is vintage and painted with Anne Slone paint to boot. Thanks for the labels. Trena

  21. I love your ideas, I never thought about putting growing creatures in water in the bottles.
    I am working on beauty jars for my bathroom, also inspired by Grimm, leeches and Ox blood. I am going to use fishing lures that look like leaches. I am going to have to create a label for that, I can not find any for leeches or ox blood. Your collection is the best I have seen on the net. Maria

    1. Thank you so much, Maria! Using fishing lures is an awesome idea. As for the labels, did you check my Potted Rosemary post? I shared some editable labels in that post, so you might want to check that out. Also keep checking back in, because I will be adding on to my apothecary jars collection, hence more jar filler ideas and of course more labels will be on the way πŸ˜‰

  22. Thank you for all of your wonderful ideas and for all the great labels. You are so kind to share with all of us. Thank you!

  23. Handan,
    Your apothecary is wonderful. You are quite generous to share your work. Would you mind sending a link or the files to me as I cannot access the downloads with any success at all…and I can hardly wait to fill my bottle stash. Thanks
    Alex

  24. Love this craft! Thank you for allowing access to your labels. Your blog is well written and styled beautifully. I have only seen this post and decided to follow you.

  25. Handan,
    Thank you so much for sharing your work! My daughter has both an October birthday and a fascination with Harry Potter so we do some serious Halloween displays. I just made a “Potions Cabinet” for my husband for his birthday last week but I guess I’ll be expanding it now!

    1. Oh thank you so much for your lovely comment, Trish! I hope you know I’ll be posting new jar ingredients and labels this year. So make sure you check back in early October to see the new potions and spices πŸ™‚
      Also I am not sure if you’ve seen the floating potion bottle, but it may be something you might want to try, as young wizards and witches seem to just love it πŸ˜‰ Here is the link for it: https://www.thenavagepatch.com/magical-floating-potion-bottle/

  26. I’ve done labels on bottles before but love yours and can’t wait to use the labels. And, your ideas are really artsy. Thank you!

    1. Thank you so much, Vivian! I am so glad you liked my apothecary jars collection! This October I’ll be sharing some more, so make sure you check back the new ones also πŸ™‚

  27. You seriously ROCK!!! Thank you for the free fantastic label downloads..I will be checking back this Halloween to see what else your wicked mind has created!!!

  28. Hello! I love your display. I am currently working on my own and love your labels. However, I cannot find the link to download them. Maybe I am not looking in the right spot.

    1. Thank you so much, Cindy! The link was supposed to show under the “Join the Patch” button after you click on the button. But perhaps it didn’t, as the site is very busy today. No worries – I will send both files to your e-mail shortly. πŸ™‚

  29. Thank you for your great ideas.These are some of the best DIY apothecary jars ,I have seen on the web. The display is amazing . I am working on my jars now. Happy Haunting

  30. I haven’t done any crafting for years however your Halloween apothecary jars really started something in me again. Have started collecting jars! Thank you for your creations.

  31. Love the way these look! Exactly what I was looking for. I’m also having trouble with the download link, could you email them to please?

  32. These labels are awesome, just wish they were labeled for real herbs and spices so I can use ’em in my real herb collection. I have Mandrake and Chamomile and various others, but alas no pickled eyeballs. But I get the point behind they and they are amazing. You did a great job, probably the best I’ve seen.

  33. Thank you very much indeed for sharing these. You must be wonder woman, not just making all these things, but running this blog, designing these labels. Do you have some magic of your own that puts 48 hours in a day?

  34. I love these so much! I have so many jars and I can’t wait to use these. The links don’t work for me though, is there another place I can go to download them?

    1. Hello Nikki, due to internet connection, sometimes the links don’t show up. It is rare, but it happens. No worries though – check your inbox, shortly you’ll see the link I sent for you to download πŸ™‚

  35. I am not finding the printables anywhere. I signed up and confirmed the email subscription. Still can’t find the downloads available.

  36. Hello, I clicked on the link to download. A page opens up saying this content is password protected. I did subscribe to your newsletter. I really like your labels. These are the best that I have found so far!

    1. Hello AJ, after you subscribe sometimes it takes an hour or two to receive our Welcome e-mail (it has to do with our mailing service.) But it always gets sent, so I am thinking you most likely received it (and the password) as of now.

    1. Hi Tyler, I believe you never received our Welcome email because you never confirmed your subscription. Once you confirm your subcription, our Welcome email will be sent to you and you’ll be able to get the free printables. If you can’t find our confirmation email, please check your junk mailbox as your email spam filters might be blocking our Welcome email to reach your inbox.
      I hope this info helps!
      Handan

  37. I really enjoyed your site. I starting my bottles last year. Just had a tip for you. I used hand sanitizer as a filler. It colors really good and glitter reacts well. So far, no spoilage. Hope you try this out.

  38. You have some amazing ideas and a wonderful site. I never normally post anything anywhere but your Halloween templates and decorations are astounding.
    Thank you for sharing your labels and templates.

    1. Thank you so much, Sandra! The apothecary jar labels are free for all our subscribers. So if you’d like to download them, you need to subscribe to our newsletter (which is free.) That will give you access to the VIP Patch where you’ll find tons of fantastic free printables. πŸ™‚

  39. I really want to start this project, but can’t get the labels. Yes, I clicked and subsribed, but it’s not working….?. Please help

    1. Hi Kim, I just checked our list and your email shows unconfirmed subscription status. After signing up with your email, you should receive an email from us asking you to confirm your subscription. If our email didn’t reach your inbox, please check your junk mail box as it could be there. Once you confirm your subscription you’ll receive the welcome email and the password to all our free printables.

  40. I fine your site very creative and interesting. I do wonder why I have to re register every time I am on the site.

    1. Thank you so much, Linda! I’m not sure what you mean by re-registering, because once you are a subscriber (which you are) you can download anything from The VIP Patch. And to get there you can click on the menu where it says “The VIP Patch” and enter the password.
      I hope this info helps! πŸ™‚

  41. I love you Apothecary labels but could not get it to download. Would you please send me the links for this year & last year. Love your site, it has given me great projects to work on.

    1. Nevermind. I can be so dense sometimes. I got them downloaded. Just had to pay attention, lol. Thank you again for the awesome printables.

  42. Hello! I love these, so very creative and fabulous ideas. I was wanting to do something similar for Halloween but couldn’t think of enough things but this is fab and so helpful! I have subscribed but still can’t seem to access the printable. Is there any chance you can email them to me please?

    1. Hi Michelle, I replied you directly to your email. I also noted the recent password for the VIP Patch in that email. I hope that helps! πŸ™‚

  43. I just love these labels and the other set you did as well! Thank you so much for offering them as free printables! I’ve subscribed and downloaded them both, I just need to buy ink for my printer and get to work. Silly question, and I apologize if you’ve addressed it elsewhere, but what type of paper did you use in your printer for the labels? Just regular printer paper or cardstock?
    Thank you so much! I really enjoy your blog!

  44. I love this whole post! You are so creative and inventive! Can I ask where you bought those 2 figurine candlestick holders? They are awesome too! Thanks!

  45. I signed up to your website and received a code, however it’s difficult to navigate to find out where exactly to put it! Apparently you have lots of people who have the same problem and it wastes a lot of time so I think you might want to look at your end of the site and see if you can make it easier for subscribers. I’m at a loss and will move on.

  46. Amazing read, amazing things , thank you for your inspiration. This is all pure fun and eye catching for visitors entering the house. Timeless objects of pure fun to make me smile as I work, so many wonderful makes. Your fun write up is encouraging for all who read it. . . . Michelle (from Australia)

    1. Thank you so much, Michelle! We certainly love Halloween here at The Navage Patch – it’s our favorite time of the year! πŸ™‚

  47. So glad I found your site. Your stuff is amazing!!! I’m a school librarian and will be using these labels for some apothecary jars in my Harry Potter are of my library. The kids will love them! thanks so much for sharing!
    -Amy

    1. Oh we are so happy that you found us too, Amy! I’m so glad you like my Apothecary Jar collection and the free printable labels we share πŸ™‚ Soon we’ll be sharing some more Halloween printables (party banners etc) I think you might enjoy. Please do check back in during Halloween so you don’t miss our new printables!

  48. Hi, my friends and I are making these and love them. I downloaded both files but can’t find the Cloning label? Am I losing my mind? Thanks! ?

    1. Hi April, I’m not sure which set you downloaded, but Cloning label is in the “80+ labels” set. Once you click on “80+ labels” picture in the VIP Patch it will take you to relevant folder. From
      there download the pdf named “small labels” and on the bottom-right of the 3rd page you’ll see the Cloning label.
      Once you finish the jars please send us a picture or two via our facebook page. We’d love to see how your collection turned out! πŸ™‚

      1. Thank you, the mystery is solved, I had assumed that the large and small labels were all the same but realized now that they are not. We will be happy to post some pics after! Happy Fall!

  49. i have signed up for everything required but still cannot get to the download for the apothecary jars.i am really interested in having them for my jars

  50. Good morning! Can you please email the link to the apothecary jar labels to me? I am having trouble locating it on your site. My daughter is having a Halloween wedding and I want to include these ideas as part of the table centerpieces. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much!!

  51. Good morning! Can you please email the link to the apothecary jar labels to me? I am having trouble locating it on your site.
    Desperate Dianne

  52. Good day! Can you please email the link to the apothecary jar labels to me? I am having trouble locating it on your site.
    Desperate Dianne

  53. I cannot print the Halloween labels. I have signed up but never received a welcome email, love those labels… help!!!!!!!!

  54. There is no free printing. You are selling subscriptions to your website. This is not honest. Very decpsionada.You should be ashamed of this attitude.

    1. Get your facts straight, Miranda. Nothing is for sale on this site. By subscribing (for free) to our email list, you get access to our library of (wait for it…) FREE printables. It’s pretty simple, really.

  55. I cannot find the link to open the apothecary label pdf files. I’ve been going in circles for an hour now. Help! Please!

    Thank you,
    Gina

    1. Hi Gina,
      Did you subscribe? If so you should have the password for the VIP Patch: THE VIP PATCH Click on the VIP Patch link, then enter the password (it has changed just today, so check today’s email we sent out). When in the VIP Patch select Halloween section and scroll down. You should see the images for all the Halloween printables download links.
      Let me know if this helped. If not, we’ll find a way to get it to you (as long as you’re a subscriber) πŸ˜‰

  56. Just amazing what awesome printable pages, labels, etc you all have. I love it!!! And free? Wow!!! Greatness!
    Thanks for sharing. I’m still new at all this & it’s tough to spend the money if I can’t figure it out… at least now I will try & see what happens

  57. I am an adult program librarian at our local library. I am doing apothecary jars as a program this October. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your collection. And these are some of the best labels I’ve seen so far as I hunt the internet. I subscribed and I typed in the password but it still will not let me download the labels. Can you help me please. Great job on your display. I am in awe!

  58. What is the curved Viking looking ?pipe? thing? It’s very attractive! It’s on the topmost of the four shelves, and near the shrunken hun heads.

  59. This is so cool!! And so inspiring! you did fantastic job!
    But unfortunately I can’t subscribe to get free printables from this post and another one, from 2017. The subscription button just doesn’t work (
    Could you help me with it?