Customizable Water Bottle Labels - Designs By Miss Mandee

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

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Who’s ready for some basketball? Today I’m sharing a fun printable incorporating hand drawn, basketball-themed elements along with an easy tutorial on how you can personalize and waterproof these designs. So, get ready for a slam dunk with these customizable water bottle labels!

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

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I don’t know if you know this or not, but my husband is a basketball fanatic; and, last year, he got a job as a high school girls basketball coach (at my alma mater coincidentally)! Even though their season has ended, he’s got big plans for the off-season, and it all begins with a 3 on 3 league that starts tomorrow. I love helping him out with the basketball team—especially since, by doing so, I’m helping out my former high school! That’s why I thought it would be fun to create these labels and dress up the water bottles we’ll be supplying throughout the tournament.

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

What You Need

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How To Make

1. Open the file in Adobe Reader, click in the highlighted blue boxes, and type in what you’d like. (The blue boxes don’t show up when you print, so you don’t need to worry about that.)

[Note: before you get started, you will need to download the font I used (Aleo), if you don’t have it on your computer already.]

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2. Print your designs, and cut out your labels.

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

 

3. Apply the labels to your water bottles. Apply a strip of contact paper over your labels (this will waterproof the design, in case you want to keep you water bottles in a cooler or bucket of ice).

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Pretty cute, right? And, if you are thinking, “Is that a basketball signed by 2013 Rookie of the Year, twice named NBA All-Star, Portland Trailblazers point guard Damian Lillard?” You are correct my friend. Perks of attending Weber State University!

Since the labels are customizable, you can use them in a variety of ways: put your child’s jersey number on the label, personalize it with the name of the team mascot, or add the names of each player so you have a water bottle for everyone.

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

If you need to get water bottles for a large group, like me, you can find Nestlé® Pure Life® Water at Sam’s Club for a really affordable price: it comes with 5 more bottles (containing 40 instead of the regular 35)! And the great thing about Nestlé Pure Life is that, not only will keep you players hydrated, but it tastes great. They have a 12-step filtering process to make sure of it.

As a former high school and college athlete, I know how important it is to stay hydrated. Isaac told me that, even when the girls come to practice, they often don’t bring any water with them. Next season, he plans to have water bottles like these on hand for any girls that forget to bring water.

Customizable Water Bottle Labels

Nestlé Pure Life Water is available in select Sam’s Club stores, ask your Club Manager about getting Nestlé Pure Life Water in your store if it’s unavailable.

Enjoy using these customizable water bottle labels to create some fun and unique bottles for the athlete in your family! How do you plan to personalize these designs?

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4 Comments

4 Comments on Customizable Water Bottle Labels

  1. Melanie
    April 12, 2017 at 10:40 am (4 months ago)

    These water bottles are super cute! They would be great for a basketball themed birthday party, too. #client

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    • Mandee
      April 12, 2017 at 11:01 am (4 months ago)

      Very true Melanie!

      Reply
  2. Elsie Haynes
    April 13, 2017 at 4:41 am (4 months ago)

    Would you mind sharing the font that you used to create the word “water bottle”?
    Thanks

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    • Mandee
      April 13, 2017 at 9:03 am (4 months ago)

      Yeah, it’s called RedFlower Typeface. 🙂

      Reply

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