Of course there is a label making template/tool in Microsoft. I didn't use it because I didn't have any actually sticky labels to print on. I afro-egineered it and went with packing tape over regular printer paper. Don't judge me because I didn't feel like going to Walmart that night.
I bought these cute little bottles from my local craft store, which happens to be Michael's, in the wedding favor section. They always have coupons on the web, but it's much easier to check for savings using the Retailmenot app which I use whenever I walk into a store. That particular day they had a 50% coupon for in-store purchases. And it's a win win because with almost every purchase you get another 50% coupon with your receipt. I love Michael's!
I already had the twine at home from a previous project so I made use of it. For my label I did import the overlay which came from creative market.com
Every monday you can download free goods (for personal use only) if you sign up...and guess what IT'S FREE TO SIGN UP! I use it to network with graphic designers and get inspiration. It's a great site if you're looking to purchase photos, graphics, templates, web themes and or add ons for programs on your computer. If you are looking for someone who does freelance work for a custom job, you can post in forum and hear back from multiple people to work with.
So using these resources I was able to come up with something professional looking and inciting for potential customers for my Pookie (Dad) to hand out with his business cards.