Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Give a Glass of Wine

Holiday Open House and a Little Cheer!

One of the fun projects completed during my Holiday Open House was a Mini Wine Holder originating from a YouTube video recorded by Sally Stampers.

The only change I made to the project below, other than the Designer Series Paper (DSP) and decorative label is the DSP was cut down to a width of 2" rather than 1 7/8" so not to leave a border.

The bottle size does matter when completing this project on your own. I purchased a mini bottle of bubbly Pink Moscato and it did not fit in the decorative holder.

The DSP called Toile Tidings (150432) comes from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. I loved mixing up the patterns for a different look. I ended up making a half of dozen Holders and did a few in Garden Green, which is another featured color in this DSP package. 

The Holder base was crafted using Very Vanilla 12" X 12" Cardstock (144239). 

I kept the background of the label neutral using Crumb Cake Cardstock (120953) cut from the largest Stitched Shaped Oval Die (145372).

Using another Holiday item from the 2019 Catalog, I layered a sprig of Garden Green (102584) greenery to ground the bottle of wine that I used as a focal point for the front of the label. This came from The Christmas Layers Dies (150654).

The wine bottle was stamped in Memento Black (132708) and colored in with a Dark Real Red Stampin' Blend alcohol marker (147934). The bottle, not the tag, was covered in Glossy Accents. This set is a retired item called Half Full (144999).

Some other items needed to complete this adorable holder is a pencil, ruler, 
1 1/2" circle punch (138299) or circle die (141705), Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334), paper snips paper snips, dimensionals (104430), and your favorite adhesive. I recommend using Tear & Tape (138995).

I also stamped a "To: and From:" on the back to leave a message to the recipient.
The holder is fairly easy to make and the video that is linked above (simply click on "Sally Stampers") provides step by step directions. 

Give this fun project a try and give someone special in your life a little Cheer.

If you need any of the items to create your own Mini Wine Holder, shop my online store.

💗 Vally

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