I have seen pharmacy bottles with vintage labels on them everywhere lately. All the dÃ©cor magazines have them and they make the perfect little vintage whimsy in a vignette or as a vase with flowers in them. Well today I invited Angie from the Country Chic Cottage over to show you a Pottery Barn knock off version. You know how much I love Knock Off DÃ©cor!
Seriously? Am I on Infarrantly Creative?? Get out of town! Can you tell I am a bit excited?? My name is Angie and I blog over at The Country Chic Cottage. I blog about home decor, crafts, DIY, knock offs — I could go on and on! But I love sprucing up my home on a budget! Today I have a Pottery Barn knock off for ya! One that cost me — nothing, nada, zip! Are you ready to make your own apothecary jars?
The original Pottery Barn version comes in at anywhere from $69 to $149 a piece — yes each…
I made up a set of labels using the computer. Guess what? I made a printable just for you! I made them all different sizes so depending on the size jars you have the perfect label is just a click away! You can print them on regular paper or on label stock. I used just plain paper for mine.
Your printable will look different than mine. I added others in different sizes. I took some brown ink and used a paper towel to rub it on each label. I made some darker then others.
I then gathered up random jars and bottles. You could even use old food jars. Anything should work for this. If you could find some of those old glass spice containers with the lids they would be perfect.
Just cut your labels out. Put Mod Podge on the back and stick them to the jars. That is it!!
So easy and yet they look so good! I copied the names directly off of the Pottery Barn website. Now I am wondering what all of these actually mean..LOL!
I love the brown ink in varying degrees on each label. I heart these…I have been meaning to make them forever. Now that I know how easy they are I am wondering why I waited!
And when you get tired of these labels they should come right off with some water and elbow grease. Perfect for me since I can never make up my mind!
So what are you waiting for? Start printing right now and gather up your useless bottles and jars!
I added them to my vintage cabinet in the bathroom. The perfect bathroom decor don’t ya think?
Thanks so much for having me Beckie! I hope you all enjoyed! Please stop by and visit the cottage anytime! I would love to have ya!
Want to see more of Angie? Here are my favorite Country Chic Cottage projects.