A bottle wrap label is a common method of labeling this type of container. Now, you can make your own with your desired designs, colors, and titles. Here’s a GIMP tutorial on how to do it.
Bottle Wrap Label
Open an 8.5 x 11 inch image and divide it into equal parts of four by:
View > Show Grid
Image > Configure Grid > set the spacing to Width: 11.000 inches and Height: 2.125 inches.
I am creating 2 pairs of matching wrap labels.
You can increase each image by clicking on it so you can easily see all settings used.
Here, I used digital papers from the 1000 Colors scrapbooking kit of Digidesignresort. I cut and pasted each one onto each part. It is highly recommended to apply the layers alternately so as not to confuse you when you need to cut it.
Create borders if you want to. You can do this through the Shrink option or Rectangle Select tool and then going to Edit > Stroke Selection.
To add a shadow, go to Filters > Light and Shadows > Drop Shadow.
After printing these labels, each of them are cut.
Then, using double sided tape, I wrapped it around an empty bottle.
Here are the two pairs of matching bottle wrap labels I made.