Here are free printable bubble labels in yellow and pink. Just download, print, cut and stick for easy DIY birthday party bubble favors. I made these yellow and pink free printable bubble labels to coordinate with Elise’s 1st birthday party theme – Pink Monkey and Bananas. Elise just loves bubbles – she has a little menagerie of “bubba” blowers that she especially wants at bath time.
These free printable bubble labels come in two sizes – letter-sized and tabloid size. Just download and print onto full-sheet sticker paper.
I can make personalized bubble labels for you for a minimal cost. Just send me an email. Here’s an example of a simple color change for Tyson’s birthday:
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Supplies for making free printable bubble labels (with affiliates):
I can customize this free printable bubble labels template for you for a nominal charge – change year, add names, change colors and more – or create a custom party invitation. Just send me an email.
- Kathy’s free printable bubble labels for party favors – PDF (letter paper size) OR get the- tabloid paper size – coordinates with the Pink Monkey and Bananas birthday party theme
- Full-sheet white sticker label paper
- Paper cutter OR Xacto basic knife set (this is my kit and it’s great), ruler and self-healing cutting mat
- Computer and printer
- Pink Monkey Security Blankie (by Angel Dear) – every child should have one!
For all free printable templates, you can either print it at home or do what I do: Send it online to FedEx Office.
How to make DIY bubble favors with my free printable bubble labels:
Print my free bubble labels printable template onto full-sheet sticker paper using a laser printer (like at FedEx Office). I recommend laser printers so that the ink on the bubble labels will not run when it gets wet. Cut the labels into strips using a craft knife, ruler and self-healing mat.
Peel the original label off of your bubbles – I got mine at Party City.
Peel your label from its backing and adhere, pressing down from the center to the outside.
You can optionally cover the labels with a piece of packing tape cut-to-fit to “laminate” the labels onto the bubbles. I didn’t do this and over time, the label started to get wet from bubble dribbles.
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