Customized Water Bottles for Kids

As soon as the sports season hits, I find that keeping up with whose is whose water bottle a constant battle!

Where did it go?  Someone on the team drank from mine!

To keep from sharing germs, pulling my hair out because ‘I can’t find mine’ is all I hear, I have decided that customized water bottles is the way to go.

customized water bottles for kids tutorial and easy project

How to Personalize a Water Bottle

This is only a 3 items needed project.  Water bottle, Duct Tape, and scissors to cut

1)  Cut off label on the water bottle

2)  Wrap duct tape around the bottle and cut with scissors just past the overlap

materials needed to customize your water bottle

You can choose one tape per person– so they know exactly which one is thiers, or you could write their name in black sharpie across the new label.

I have used this before at showers, family gatherings {for a fun color pop}, or as a thank you…..just add a simple tag at the top with a few words.

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With so many designs out there in tape right now, the possibilities of customized water bottles, customized binders for school, pencil wraps and flowers…the list goes on….it’s endless!

How do you keep your drinks recognizable?

8 Comments

  1. Cute idea ¦I might do this with our summer cooler drinks on road trips. My kids are always trying to figure out what drink belongs to them. Thanks for sharing at the After School Link Up.

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  3. This is genius!
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  4. Fantastic idea for your water bottles. I saw this on MIM..Loz

  5. What a cool idea! Kids would love this. I saw this on MIM and came over for a closer look. Mine is #48.

  6. Mouth watering and Delicious! I need to try this at home!

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  7. Great idea….now I need pretty duct tape! LOL Caught my eye on MIM. Thanks, for sharing!

  8. I had to stop back and tell you I tried this, it worked great!
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