These are our very own, M4P exclusive, 2 liter soda labels, made for our own M4P party. And you can download them for free from our blog.
In my day job, I spend a lot of time designing food labels and packaging. So it was just a matter of time before we started making fake Star Wars food labels for our parties. This was my first stab, and I am really happy to be sharing them with you guys. Feel free to download the pdf or the jpegs below and use for your own parties.
The Yoda Soda name is borrowed from a drink some friends brought over for our very first party, years back. Though I later learned that the name is also used for a different type of drink in the marvelous book “The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes“ by Robin Davis. (It’s a must-have for all M4P’ers – check it out!)
The name Darth Pop is entirely mine however. And I have to admit I am pretty proud of it. Pop…Soda, Pop….Dad…..Vader. Thankyouverymuch!
As we were setting up our Cantina, there was a bit of discussion amongst the M4P principals whether the Darth Pop should be Red Pop or Coke. In the end we settled for lightsaber color instead of the dark side. (We have a downloadable Cantina Sign here)
If you are looking for more downloadable labels, check out our Empire and Rebel wine labels here.
And lastly, a reminder, as with all things on the M4P site, these are for your personal use only. You may not use these designs to make money, or sell in any way shape or form because the Star Wars artwork used are © Lucas Film Ltd and downloaded from wall.alphacoders.com, and the product designs and ideas are © Anette Nam Design.
- May the Fourth Party Star Wars Soda Labels (download pdf here)
- 2L Faygo Red Pop
- 2L Mountain Dew
- Double Stick Tape
- X-acto Knife
- Ruler (C Through Rulers are the best ever!
- Self-healing Cutting Mat
- Soak the 2 liter bottles in warm soapy water.
- Remove label.
- Dry thoroughly.
- Download and print out labels. (going to Kinko’s or Staples might be a good idea unless you have a really good printer at home)
- Cut out. If you have one. use an X-acto and ruler instead of scissors, it looks much cleaner.
- Stick label to bottles with double stick tape. I suppose you could use spray mount, but I am always hesitant to use that with anything involving food.