We just moved into a new neighborhood that is a good mix of various ages – we've got people with little kids to folks in their 90s. I always love living around a variety of people (the spice of life, right?) but it presents a bit of a challenge when thinking about neighbor gifts. When we moved into our neighborhood, the builder gave us a wood caddy with beer in it. The thought was lovely, but not everyone drinks. We actually gave our beer away! Since autumn is nigh I wanted to do a neighbor gift that was fall appropriate but that anyone could enjoy. So I figured I'd bottle some local apple cider and make fun fall printables to go on the bottles! Sure, not everyone likes cider, but 1) you're crazy if you don't like cider and 2) the drinkers can always add alcohol to it.
I'm going to show you how I put it all together AND you can grab the free fall printables for your fall gifts below!
Free Fall Printables: Apple Cider Gift Bottles
- Glass bottles with wire swing caps
- Fall printables – green apple cider labels and red apple cider labels
- 3 1/3″ x 4″ label sheets, adhesive – I used Avery 8164
- Ribbon or baker's twine
- Gift tags
- Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge (optional)
Of course you'll also need apple cider! The grocery store always has it if you can't find it fresh in your area.
Use your Sharpie and gift tag to write the names of your friends or neighbors.
If you like these fall printables, check out these fall candy bar wrappers! Maybe you can do a little combo gift?