I’m back with another fun project for the Cricut Design Space Star Challenge. This month we were challenged to come up with Christmas gifts, and while I agree that it feels a little too early to start thinking about Christmas gifts I think you’ll love this quick, easy and inexpensive gift idea. These DIY Christmas Wine Bottle Gift Tags are perfect for all of the holiday parties and entertaining you’ll be doing in a few months.
With my new Cricut Explore and Design Space this project came together in less than 20 minutes and cost less than $15. So if you are looking for a thoughtful hostess gift, or a quick gift for friends and neighbors this is it. I made two different versions, I know I’m partial but I love them both!
I started by uploading my wine bottle tag SVG file.
I added the Eat, Drink and be Merry text and positioned where I wanted it on the tag. Then the machine write, cuts and scores the tag all with the push of one button.
Next, I cut out the embellishments I wanted for my tag. I found a 3D Christmas tree in the Design Space library and knew it would be perfect for my simple tag.
I glued the embellishments on and slipped the tag over my bottle of Sparkling Grape Juice.
I used the same Christmas tree as a stencil and made a set of DIY Christmas Coasters to go with it.
The perfect, quick little Christmas gift.
I found this fabulous gold glitter paper at Michaels and I knew I needed it to create a sparkly Christmas Gift Tag with it. Since the paper was so fancy I thought the tag should be fancy too. I decided to cut out the “Making Spirits Bright” in black vinyl rather than using the pen to write directly on the paper and I really like the bold look. I cut out some holly berries, added some red glitter and now this gift truly shines!
Have you heard about the NEW Cricut Design Space Print then Cut technology? If you can print it then you can cut it with the Cricut Explore, how cool is that!?! Go here for more information about this new feature. And, if you love crafting, have a website and would like to join Cricut’s Affiliate program, you can sign up here.
Have you started working on Christmas projects yet? What handmade gifts will you be giving this year?