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Diy sesame street water bottle labels

Things you need
1. Cardstock with your printed design
2. Paper cutter
3. Packing tape
4. Stickers
5. Water bottles
1. First I purchased and downloaded some designs off etsy
2. I then printed them out
3. I took one of the labels off the water bottle and cut my cardstock to that size
4. Add your stickers
5. The label should be small enough so that when you put the tape on it, you have about half  inch of tape extra on the bottom, top, left and right so that you can stick it to your bottle.

Don't feel like making them yourself? See me at PRINTABLEPARTIES12.ETSY.COM

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