4th of July printable water bottle labels

By Heather Dalton of Chickabug for I Heart Nap Time.

Free printable 4th of July water bottle labels at iheartnaptime.com

To me, no party is complete without water bottle labels! Especially when it’s hot outside and you know your guests are going to be really thirsty, like on the 4th of July. To make this year’s 4th of July celebrations extra-snazzy I designed a set of 4th of July printable water bottle labels just for I Heart Nap Time readers!

Free printable 4th of July water bottle labels at iheartnaptime.com

The labels have a classic style with 5 fun designs, including stars and stripes, “God Bless America,” “Land of the Free,” and “Home of the Brave.”

Free printable 4th of July water bottle labels at iheartnaptime.com

To make the labels, simply print onto uncut paper or sticker stock, cut each label out, and glue or tape them to your bottles. If you want to make the labels semi-waterproof you can also wrap a piece of clear packing tape around each label. Enjoy!! Happy 4th of July!

Supply sources: Paper rosettes, Oriental Trading; glitter stars, Michaels; water bottles, Target.

Free Printable

Download the free printable 4th of July water bottle labels here.

For lots more free printables and party ideas from Chickabug, visit my blog. And for personalized paper goods and party printables (including printed-and-shipped, 100% waterproof water labels), please come check out my shop!

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Heather

Hello! I'm Heather Dalton, the owner of Chickabug, an online boutique specializing in high-quality invitations, stickers, water labels, and DIY printables for parties. A graphic designer by trade, I founded Chickabug in 2009 and it quickly grew from a side hobby to a small business with a full-time staff. It makes me happy to be a part of my customers' most special celebrations, and to make a living doing what I love! When I’m not designing something new for the shop, blogging, or indulging my obsession with Instagram, I love doing yoga, baking anything that involves chocolate, and spending every minute with my incredibly loyal rescue dog, Charlotte.