Saturday, July 28, 2012

Wine Tag

Hello, all! I am sharing a simple wine tag with you today. I know there are dies out there that makes making this easier, but it really doesn't take much to make your own. Here is how I made mine.

  • A piece of cardstock measures 10 1/2" x 2 1/2"
  • Scoring board.
  • Patterned paper
  • Stamped image of your choice ( I used the adorable Mini Henry Mouse Hugging Heart for my project.)
  • A circle die or punch
  • Adhesive
  • Corner Rounder (optional)
  • A small tag (optional)

First, score the cardstock at 2 1/2" and 8" on the long side. I am making a little pocket so that I can tuck a little tag in it for the recipient. If you don't want to make a pocket, you only need the cardstock to be 8" x 2 1/2" and just score at 2 1/2".

Die cut or punch a circle on one side of the cardstock.

Fold cardstock in a Z shape as shown.

Round corners (if desired).

Add patterned paper and decorate as desired.

And here you have it! You really only need a few scraps to finish this or just stamping would be fun, too.

Here is a look of the tag on a wine bottle.

Hope you will give this easy and fun project a try! =)

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Thanks soo much for this great idea here. It looks awesome and seems pretty fast and easy to make in a rush, if we suddenly need a personalized gift in a the last minute. Looks awesome and really beautiful, thanks so much.

  2. Thanks for sharing! So easy and fun to make :)
    Hugs Anneli

  3. What a great project. Thanks for sharing. Hugs! Mojca

  4. love the idea to add a pocket,just to put a personnel note for the receiving host....
    thanks, Pierrette

  5. Lovely project and great and clear tutorial! Thanks a lot.
    xxx Margreet

  6. Gorgeous idea, thanks for this tutorial, yours is fab ! hugs, marion

  7. Very lovely, great idea.
    Hugs Juanita

  8. Lovely idea!Thanks for sharing!

  9. Thanks a LOT !!! :) great idea !!!

  10. Thank you for this superb tutorial - perfect for any occasion.
    Sylvia x


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