Wednesday, November 16, 2016

WINE BOTTLE TAGS - ARTISAN DESIGN TEAM BLOG HOP


It is wine time! What goes well with a Christmas party? Wine! What goes well with Christmas dinner? Wine! What makes a great Christmas gift? Wine! What goes with wrapping presents? Wine! What goes well with trimming the tree? Wine!

For the Artisan Design Team blog hop this week I am sharing some handmade wine bottle tags featuring the Cheerful Tags Framelits Dies from Stampin' Up!©.





We received the Cheerful Tags Framelits Dies in the Artisan November Stampin' Up! product box. I have to admit that when I opened the packaging I had no idea what to do with the dies. I needed to refer back to the catalogue to see what they looked like assembled. Once I started playing with them I quickly fell in love! They are so unique! Well done Stampin' Up!, well done!

Cheerful Tags Framelist Dies
$41 CAD for 8 dies
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For the record I have to say that I am not a red wine drinker. Apothic Red is a very popular red wine and I find that everyone loves it. I always have a stash for gifts and parties. I only had 5 bottles (only) when I photographed this project. 

You must want to know what wines of choice are? I like my wine ice cold so white and sangria are my faves. Lately I can not get enough Yellow Tail Sangria. My favorite white is Casaole Orvieto, Santa Christina. Yum! Is it Friday yet? 


Don't go get that glass of wine just yet! 
Up next on the blog hop is Marisa Gunn
Click over to Marisa and see what she has created for us today.


Have a creative day!

1 comment:

  1. Glass bottles can be recycled after one used it will not lose the quality and durability after one or two wash rather than the plastic bottle. Glass bottles are the better and reliable source to keep your drinking stuff fresh and safe for a long time period and you can use it again and again after washing it. sustainable glass bottles

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