DIY Bar Bottle Labels

Use a Silhouette to create custom bar bottle labels.

DIY Bar Bottle Labels | Sarah Hearts

Last week the lovely Chelsea from Lovely Indeed (yes, she’s a lovely as her blog implies) shared her DIY bar bottle labels that she made using gold vinyl and her Silhouette. I was absolutely smitten by them so I had to make my own. I headed over to Ikea and picked up 4 bottles for $3.99 a piece. I used some black adhesive vinyl I had on hand and whipped up this fancy labels in no time. I cheated on the flourishes and used the glyphs from the Trend font family to create the rod iron scrolling shapes.  I left one label blank so I can write in its contents with a chalkboard marker.

I love how much more stylish the top of our bar unit looks now. Thanks Chelsea for the great inspiration!

P.S. Kevin and I are heading to Charlotte this weekend for my dear friend Katie’s wedding. Be sure to follow along on our adventure on Instagram. The wedding is sure to be lovely—Katie is a display coordinator for Anthropologie and a talented artist!

DIY Bar Bottle Labels | Sarah Hearts

DIY Bar Bottle Labels | Sarah Hearts

DIY Bar Bottle Labels | Sarah Hearts


  1. This is so adorable!!! Love the inspiration; makes a boring bottle into a cool statement piece. Can you please tell me which Silhouette you own? After seeing this I am seriously considering buying one. Thanks

    1. Thanks, Emily! I own the Cameo. I absolutely love it and recommend it! There are SO many uses! Please contact me if you have any more questions about it :)

  2. I love this. Such a fun way to spice up a bottle and it adds class. I also love this bar/cabinet idea. Where did you get the cabinet from? It is so perfect for a bar!

  3. I love the black bottle labels, where did you get the cut file or did you m make it yourself, I would love to use it for my daughers shower favors. I have something similar, but that one is nicer

    1. Hi Lauren, I made the cut file myself using the flourishes from the font Trend Ornaments to create the scrolling shapes around a solid rectangle. I merged them into one shape and then removed the text.

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