Free Printable Father's Day Gift Idea



It seems like four scores and seven years ago, but really it was just in 2011, I shared these retro printable Father's Day soda pop labels. They were some of the very first printables I ever shared here on the DN, and probably one of the very first times I ever successfully bribed people to 
come hang out with my blog and me.

Free Retro Printable Father's Day Soda Pop Labels "Pops, You Are One Suh-weet Dude!"



 Since 2011 was like oh my gawd SO four years ago, I'm assuming most of you, except for my mother (hi, mom!), weren't loitering around this blog. 
Many of you were probably too busy stalking some royal wedding or something that year.
With Father's Day just around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to resuscitate this ol' post and share these freebies again!

Free Retro Printable Father's Day Soda Pop Labels "Pops, You Are One Suh-weet Dude!"

Download and print soda pop labels here.
There are four labels on each sheet; each measuring 3.5 x 5 inches.
You can print them either on blank label sheets or computer paper.

Free Retro Printable Father's Day Soda Pop Labels "Pops, You Are One Suh-weet Dude!"

Once you've cut out your labels you can adhere them to your soda bottle.
World Market, Target, and Whole Foods are all great sources for finding vintage soda pop.

Last time I shared this gift idea I decorated the neck of the bottles with some matching baker's twine.
This time I decided to dress them up a bit more with canvas bow ties that I found at Michaels.

Free Retro Printable Father's Day Soda Pop Labels "Pops, You Are One Suh-weet Dude!"

Handsome fellows, aren't they?
I feel like at any minute they can break out into a musical.


I love seeing how people use my printables, so feel free to send me a pic or tag me on Instagram (@delightnoted) You may want to also check out my free Father's Day Shaving Kit printables. Razor burn not included.

Enjoy, friends!


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1 comment

Kristina R said...

So cute, I've been looking for something we could use in our Sunday school class for the kids to give to their dads.

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