Jan
03

How to take labels off of Frappuccino bottles

How to take the labels off of Frappuccino bottles - it's easier than you'd think!

Starbucks Frappuccino bottles make the most adorable little drink containers for parties! When you take all the labels and markings off, they look like miniature retro milk bottles. And of course it’s awesome to be able to get the bottles for “free” when you buy Frappuccino drinks! But, when you check out the bottles, the labels are really sticky-looking, and there are some black numbers printed right on the glass, too. It might make you wonder how people get them totally clean and ready to be re-used.

Well, Jackie from Teal & Lime used Frappuccino bottles at her son’s first birthday party, and she not only got the bottles perfectly clean, but she also wrote up a handy tutorial to share her method! After you get the bottles ready,ย all you need to do is to a paper straw for the finishing touch.ย It’s the little things like this that really impresses guests, I’m tellin’ ya. : )

For the full step-by-step tutorial on how to take the labels off of Frappuccino bottles, visit Teal & Lime!

Reposted gratefully with permission from Jackie of Teal & Lime.

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    Friday, January 4th, 2013 at 12:59 pm
    Brenda says:
    Thank you for sharing this info! I love to recycle bottle and jars :)
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      Monday, January 7th, 2013 at 2:32 pm
      Heather says:
      Me too! Of course I never met a Mason jar I didn't like ; )

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