Love Potion no. 9 Labels

Things around here are starting to get put back together and I am making progress on getting my new office organized and the old one cleaned up.  Our floors are in now and I can’t wait to share our progress with you.  We still have quite a bit of work to do as far as the baseboards, some painting and etc.

So I have not been crafting much.  But I did manage to make some fun printable Valentine’s Day Love Potion no. 9 Labels and/or tags.

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These are a really simple addition to a cute bottle filled with candy or your favorite drink.


I burned the edges of this label and colored the label with a brown crayon very lightly but darker around the edges to make it look like aged paper.


Or you can cut around the edges of the label and then glue it onto your container…a plastic test tube in this case to make it like a sticky label.


And, because I like sharing, I have made it available for you to download for your own purposes if you would like.  I made them in brown or in white if you want to color them on your own.  If you would like a different size you can simply choose to print them out at greater than 100% to make them bigger or smaller than 100% if you need them smaller.

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To make the labels for the test tube I printed them at 75% of the original size.  For the round glass container I printed them at 100%.

(*click on the links below to download the labels)

Love Potion no. 9 White Labels

Love Potion no. 9 Tan Labels

I would love to see if you end up using them and how!

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Valentine Treats – Cookie Pops

Valentine Cookie Pops on a stick? Yep! You know how much I like them. Here is a new Valentine treat version.  But this time it is not an Oreo.  These are sugar cookies…


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These are pretty easy to make and would be a fun little treat to leave someone special this Valentine’s Day.


We made them with our favorite soft Sour Cream Sugar Cookie Recipe.  Then we cut the cookies into some fun Valentine’s Day cookie cutters…hearts, lips, and some X’s and O’s.

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Then bake your cookies according to your recipe directions.  And let them cool completely.

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Then we melted some white chocolate.  If you don’t have chocolate you can also use Almond Bark or Candi Quik.  I poured a small amount onto one cookie that I turned onto it’s back.  Place your sucker stick onto the melted chocolate and then add a little bit more chocolate on top of the stick.  Then place another cookie on top.

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Then to speed up the process, I popped them into the freezer for a couple of minutes.  Then you can dip them into your melted chocolate.  Instead of dipping I actually spoon the chocolate onto them as I turn the cookies at different angles to make sure that the entire cookie is covered on the front and back.

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Add some sprinkles or some other fun edible embellishments.  I did take a small heart cookie cutter and poured some melted Wilton’s Candy Melts into it to make some hearts to place onto the cookie pops too like the ones shown in the pictures below.

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I also used some fun striped straws instead of sucker sticks to make them a little bit more festive. 


Package them up and give them away!

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