Friday, December 9, 2011

Friendzy Friday ~ 'Tis the season to share some bubbly..

Here is a little idea that you can use for just about any occasion but it works really well for Christmas and New Year's Hostess gifts (or for that frazzled teacher LOL!). Take a bottle of wine, champagne or sparkling cider and add a little tag to it decorated by you. The options are endless as to what you put on the tag but I will give you some dimensions and some inspiration.

Start with some Christmas odds and ends (or whatever theme you are working with), a 1.5 inch circle punch and coordinating cardstock

Cut your base cardstock to 9.5 x 4 and score at the 3 inch mark. Then eyeball where you will punch your hole.

If you plan to layer like this example then tie your ribbon before adhering panel to base as it makes for a cleaner finish. Use an edge punch along the bottom of tag.

Embellish however you like and tada, a quick little card to dress up your bottles.

Two Scrapbook Friends has some fabulous stickers (even for New Year's) that would make this super easy and you could do this idea for wine bottles at a party or wedding too.


8 comments:

Cozy in Texas said...

Cute idea
Ann

Avril Tanner said...

Great idea! And I love your last DT Kit! ALl the the items are so cool! Love the stocking and banners and that layout withe flower and doily!

Avril Tanner said...

LOL... way too early in the morning... I think Ineed a coffee I thought I was posting on Sharon's Blog... LOL... but I do love your Friedzy Friday! such a great idea for this season!

Dr. J said...

Thanks Avril! Coffee is always a good thing!

Shelby what a great idea for a hostess gift. I will try this for sure this season!

Tammy said...

Shelby--I'm so going to try this. I'm making a gift basket with the ingredients for a Chocolate Martini. I was just going to add an index card with the recipe/instructions, but this is such a better way to do it!!

Christa said...

What a great idea!!

Deanna said...

Totally love this and it adds so much to the gift of wine! :)

Carolyn Wolff said...

You are so creative. This is an awesome idea.