Free Alice in Wonderland Labels & Tags
29 October 2019
Included in this FREE PDF are Wonderland-inspired “Drink Me” and “Eat Me” tags, bottle and bottle cap labels, and belly bands to wrap around cakes or candy bars. All of this printable goodness is available in six different colors, so you can coordinate them with your own Alice in Wonderland themed party decor!
Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to fill-in for one performance of Alice in Wonderland at the Utah Children’s Theatre. It was so surreal to rehearse and perform on this stage. Growing up, my parent’s bought season tickets for this theatre company every year. I have very vivid memories of so many shows we saw over the years. In fact, even though I had never performed in one of their shows before, I feel like I grew up in this theatre.
Although I have a long history of acting on stage (and graduated from college with a theater degree), it has been 15 years since my last appearance on stage. The last show I was in was A Christmas Carol, back in 2004 at the Hale Centre Theatre. Lucky for me though, once you’ve been bitten by the “Theater Bug”, you never loose your theatrical super powers . . . YES! Theatrical Super Powers are a thing! At least, I want to think they are. LOL!
My friend, Brinton Wilkins (who was in the last production of A Christmas Carol with me) invited me to come play opposite him in Wonderland! His energy on stage is always SOOO much fun to bounce off of, and being the Tweedle Dum (that’s me on the left) to his Tweedle Dee was no exception! Thanks, Brinton!
Because I haven’t performed on stage since my daughter’s were born, they don’t know me as an actor. They were thrilled to practice lines with me and see me on stage!
In past posts I have shared several “Stage Door Care Packages” that I made for my theater friends . . . but today I am sharing the “Audience Favors” I made for my friends and family that came to support me in my one-night-only performance of Alice in Wonderland.
For the drinks, I found glass bottles of lemonade, and wrapped them with my custom illustrated Alice in Wonderland labels. Each label features a “Nutritional Information” panel calling out fun facts about Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll. For instance, did you know that Queen Victoria loved Alice in Wonderland so much that she suggested that Lewis Carroll dedicate his next book to her? It’s true! In fact, his next book was, An Elementary Treatise on Determinants, With Their Application to Simultaneous Linear Equations and Algebraic Equations! I thought that was pretty funny! I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when she was presented with that book.
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Each label has a color coordinated “Drink Me” tag. I added a single heart at the top of the tag, making it easy to perfectly center your paper hole punch each time. I recommend using a 1/8″ hole punch, as to keep some of the heart illustration still intact after it has been punched .
No bottle would be complete without at a coordinating bottle cap! To cut these out, all you need is a one inch circle punch! And my trick for adhering them to the bottle caps without printing on sticker paper is rubber cement! Simply apply rubber cement to both the bottle cap and the “Drink Me” circle label. Let them both sit for a few minutes (until they are tacky), and then stick them together. This will give you a nice permanent bond that won’t come apart when the bottle is opened with a bottle opener! Plus, you can easily rub off any excess rubber cement after it the label is in place.
And last, but not least, are the “Eat Me” tags and treat wraps. For these, I used individually wrapped Hostess Zingers. You could also tie your tags on individually wrapped Hostess Twinkies, Little Debbie Snack Cakes, or Sara Lee Cakes.
Ready to take a trip down the rabbit hole? Here’s what you’ll need!
- Alice in Wonderland Labels and Tags PDF
- Soda Pop Bottles
- Individually Wrapped Snack Cakes
- White Cardstock –
My favorite papers to use on printables are:
Epson Premium Presentation Paper, Matte and Canon Photo Paper Plus, Matte
- One Inch Circle Punch
- 1/8″ Hole Punch
- Rubber Cement
- Scissors and/or Paper Trimmer
I would love to see photos of how you used these Alice in Wonderland labels and tags! Please tag me (@curtrjensen) on Instagram or comment below with a link to your blog post.