12 November 2010

Looking for the perfect packaging for a wine bottle

Karen's aka Moi on the LHS & Michelle's on the RHS
Look no further than Stampin' Up! & the fabulous wine card holder of Michelle Cave from Hastings (as she's from the wine growing country & her husband is in the industry I think we'll trust her ;-)

This is such a cool idea & so easy you're probably thinking like me why didn't I think of that before!


It's just a piece of 9 x 6 " card stock folded in half & then scored at 6" & one of the top corners removed. Tracy Hanshaw from Aussie has a template on her blog which you can check out HERE to see.



Stamp sets: Lovely as a Tree, Christmas Greetings or Many Merry Messages
Ink: Early Espresso or Basic Black
Markers: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Garden Green
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Jolly Holiday DSP, Early Espresso or Basic Black
Punches: 1-3/8" circle, scallop circle
Ribbon: Very Vanilla 1/4" grosgrain or 1/8" Basic Black taffeta
Other: Basic rhinestones

Such a fabulous project Michelle & I can see the birthday version one coming up real soon !

4 comments:

Dee said...

How simple and effective is this? So much nicer than just handing them a bottle. TFS

Julia said...

how many wine bottles where 'consumed' during the making of these cards???!!!

Karen Rogers said...

I would just like to say no wine was harmed in the making of this blog post (but one card has lost it's bottle now!)

TRACEY HANSHAW said...

hi karen,

just thought i would let you know that i created this back in september last year, and there is a free template on my blog on there for all to use, here is the link:
http://traceyhanshaw.blogspot.com/2009/09/free-template-for-bottle-neck-gift-tags.html.

Really please that my creations have gone global.