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Spooky Bottle Stickers
Item# 01001478
Transform ordinary soda bottles into magical elixirs, beer bottles into truth serum, and water bottles into embalming fluid. It's easy and fun to be the coolest bartender when you put a costume on your bottle! Spooky bottle stickers transform everyday bottles with fun labels. Get the party started with spider venom!  
  • Transfers ordinary bottles into creepy concoctions!
  • Includes 8 labels (2 each of 4 different styles)
    • Truth Serum
    • Sulfur Elixir
    • Red Blood
    • Liquid Phantom
  • Step One:
    • Use any bottle. Buy a pack of spooky bottle stickers
  • Step Two:
    • Pick a spooky bottle sticker and apply it over the old label
  • Step Three:
    • Show up at the party with the coolest beverage selection!


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4.0 out of 5
$3.99 USD
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    • Includes 8 stickers
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Avg. Customer Rating:
4 stars
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Great for the non creative
By shop halliVerified Reviewer from Indiana on 8/22/2013
Attractive Design, Durable
Needs More Variety
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Budget Shopper
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Spooky Bottle Stickers:

Great because I am not very creative, nor do I want to take time to make these for a party ...but they add so much to bottles... quick and easy

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