Wine bottle tag

The good news is…I love Totally Stampalicious stamps! I am lucky enough to own several (well, maybe more) sets of these stamps.

The bad news is…they recently went out of business.

They made some fun rubber stamp sets, including this one called “Stella Wine”.

Stella-WineThis is a great stamp set for paper piecing on the wine bottle.  I thought “Stella” would be a perfect addition to a tag to hang on a bottle of wine. My intention was to give this bottle to a friend to kick-off the start of her vacation, but I didn’t manage to get it to her in time before she left on her road trip. So, it wound up being a “welcome back from your vacation” present.

To make the tag, I used a piece of patterned cardstock and my Cricut machine to cut the tag shape, using the Art Philosophy cartridge. Next, a circle was punched at the end of the tag, and a crease was made to allow that part of the tag to hang on the neck of the bottle. “Stella” was stamped on white cardstock & colored in using Copic markers. Of course she needed a little bling, so I added some rhinestones on her ears for earrings. The stamped image was trimmed and the corners were rounded using a punch. After that, I glued it to a green cardstock mat.  The sheer ribbon was tied on, pop dots added, and the piece was adhered to the tag.  I stamped the sentiment on white cardstock, punched it out with a round scallop punch, and added some Stickles for a little extra sparkle. It was attached with a couple of small glue dots. Isn’t she cute?

wine takes the bitch right outta meclose up wine tag

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