Festive Finishes Bottle Tag

A easy, goes together in 1-2-3 wine bottle tag

Everyone has received a bottle of wine (or something) as a gift before, right? It usually comes in a thin silver Mylar bag with a yarn tie – how boring is that?! Especially when you can throw one of these cute bottle tags on it.

This tag was easy to make and you can get 5 total out of 1 sheet of 12″ x 12″ cardstock and 1 sheet of 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper. In the above tag, I used some new products that are available August 3rd (the wait is almost over!!) The DSP is one called Painted Christmas and the stamp/dies are part of the Festive & Bright bundle.

Here is the template to show you where to cut/score for the cardstock:

I basically took a 12″ x 12″ piece of cardstock and cut a 3″ x 12″ strip off, then rotated counter-clockwise and cut 3″ strips from that. Score each piece at 3″ and cut at 8″.

Here is the template for the DSP:

Same idea as the cardstock, except you are cutting 2 3/4″ strips, scoring at 2 3/4″ and cutting the end at 7 1/2″.

I adhered the smaller piece of DSP to the 3″ x 3″ portion of the cardstock, and the larger to the 3″ x 5″ portion. I then cut a circle out of the smaller section using a circle from the Layering Circles die set. In the sample above, I stamped, colored, and die cut the pine bough with lights, the sentiments and sprigs. I adhered those to the middle of the tag’s bottom and finished off with some rhinestones – How cute, right?

These can be whipped up quickly and for any occasion –

What would you use them for?

Here are the links to the products that I used that are available now:

Product List

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