Holiday Wine Labels

Holiday Wine Labels

In our first post of Fete Favorites, I told you about my love of gifting wine and creating my own labels. Whether it be host/hostess gifts or just because you like your friends, wine is always a good gift. And, because I like you {our readers}, I’m giving you two free printable holiday wine labels that I designed for this season. The first is a 3″ wrap that is as easy as cutting out and wrapping around the bottle. The second is a 2.5″ round label that you can hang from the neck of a bottle if the bottle is too large or if the existing wine label is too long for the 3″ wrap to cover.

Below are steps to follow once you print out the wrap and/or labels. It is so simple that it almost seems silly to outline the steps but here they are just in case…

Peace, Love and Wine Bottle Wrap

PLW Wrap How To1. Print out the wine bottle wrap  sheet {there are two wraps per 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper} and cut out with an x-acto knife or simply cut with scissors if you have a steady hand.

2. Once the wrap is cut out, put double sided tape or adhesive on one end of the wrap.

3. Simply wrap the paper the bottle and line up the two ends. There should be about 1/4″ overlap of paper. Now you’re done and ready to gift. How simple was that?!

Peace, Love and Wine Circle Label

Circle Label Photo Montage1. Print the circle label template out and line up a circle cutter over the label. I have this great circle cutter by Fiskars that can cut circles any size between 1″ – 8″.

2. Punch a hole at the top of the white space of the label and thread some bakers twine through the hole.

3. Tie a knot in the twine and just rest it over the neck of the bottle. A few more steps with this one but still pretty easy!

‘Tis the season to give wine so get out there and start gifting!

Holiday Wine Labels


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