I'm excited to share this fun Christmas Bottle Tag today! Isn't it cute?! I've got a video tutorial for you below so that you can recreate it for your holiday gift giving!
I used the Cheerful Tags Framelit dies to make the base of my bottle tag. I wanted my tag longer then the die so I used a little trick.
This is the normal size of the Cheerful Tage framelit that cuts the bottle tag – it is adorable with this little eskimo and…
…these other images from the Cookie Cutter stamp sets. But I wanted a longer tag, so…
I used a piece of card stock that was 2 3/8" wide and 7 1/2" long. I placed it in my Big Shot with the standard platform and a cutting pad. However, when I put on the top cutting pad I only covered the portion of the framelit that I wanted cut – not the lower portion. Only the parts that are sandwhiched between both plates will cut.
You can see on the back how only the upper portion cut because of the placement of the cutting pads. You can use this trick to customize many of your dies.
This photo shows all of the dies that come in the Cheerful Tags Framelits Dies.
The fireplace is formed with the Hearth & Home Thinlits – it's actually a window but I just cut out the inside grid of the window. I based this bottle tag on a card made by Liz Miller that I found on Pinterest – I just converted it from a card to a bottle tag.
In this close up shot you can really see how the brick embossing folder made the fireplace more realistic.
Here is the step by step video tutorial!
Here is the sheet of dimensions that I shared in the video.
Several of the items used on this project are on sale as part of the Year End Closeouts! Sale items include the Real Red 3/4" Stitched Ribbon (40% 0ff!) and the Jolly Hat Builder Punch (also 40% off!).
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