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Free Basic Colorful Essential Oil Label Templates

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Download Your Images

This particular essential oil design does not require a particular images.  This design is created entirely using Microsoft word shapes and Google fonts.

Download the Blank Word Template

Download our Microsoft Word Essential Oil Template.


Download Your Free Fonts from Google

Now, we are going to add these free Google fonts to your computer. The fonts that we use in this example is completely free for download at Google fonts. To match the sample image, use the fonts listed below from the links.

If you want to add more text to your candy bar wrapper- we recommend adding the "Forum" font. They pair beautifully together.

Link: Montserrat font

Help: How to Download Google Fonts to Your Computer

Customizing Your Microsoft Word Document

Adding the Images to your template. For each of our images, we have added 1/8 an inch to each side so each image will reach the edge of your label.
  1. Insert > Pictures and choose the jpg from extracted zip file.
  2. Pull and drag the image into place fitting it neatly into your label space.

Adding a Text Box to Your Label

Once you have finished installing your fonts- we will now see your new fonts in the MS Word dropdown. We are going to add the text for your label.

Using Insert > Text Box- add the text for the label.

Note: You may notice that adding this text box sends your images scattering across the page. No worries, but click on the text box and set the Wrap Text to "In Front".

This will ensure that your text will sit on top of your background images. You can repeat this for any text or images you add moving forward.

How Create Custom Colors in Word

We use very specific colors in this design. Now, we will walk you through how to updated your font colors to match the design.

If you want your font color to match the design of the example, we will now need to change the color to one of the custom colors you use for your text. To do this, click on "Shape Fill" and under the dropdown- select More Fill Colors.

We are now going to take the RGB values listed next to the color swatches above and fill in the numbers.

For example: Red Orange has an RGB value of (241, 90, 41). Follow the order and enter 241 for Red, 90 for Green and 41 for Blue. You will see the swatch color change to blush. Click OK to save this color.

Color

RGB Values (in order)

Lavender (225,175,225)

Once completed, your labels are ready to print!



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