When creating projects, sometimes keeping it simple can really pack a punch with the right product. For these easy wine bottle tags, I took a simple design and brought it up a notch using holographic embossing powder and some brush-lettered stamps.
For my tag base, I adhered two 3 1/8” x 6 ¼” Paper Accents white tags together for strength using my Creative Station adhesive machine. You could also use some heavy cardstock and a tag die if you have one.
Using Versamark ink, I stamped the “cheers” sentiment from Ranger’s Letter It-Birthday stamp set at an angle and heat embossed it with Ranger Holographic embossing powder. I did this three times going down the tag in opposite directions.
Next, I masked off the top and bottom of the tag with Post-It tape leaving about an inch above and below. I blended some Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide ink generously over the top of the heat embossed words. The heat embossing resists the ink for a really pretty look.
With a baby wipe, I carefully wiped away the excess ink from the top of the embossing to expose the holographic color. You can see it best in the first photo on this post.
I created an additional tag using the “Toast” from Letter It-Wedding and some Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide. These tags were super simple, but are so pretty with that holographic print—people will ask how you did it! Pairing with some fancy ribbon to tie around a wine bottle will make it even more special. I like to keep lots of spools of all kinds of wide, printed ribbon for simple tags. It’s another way to make something simple extra special. Thanks so much for joining me today!