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Today I wanted to show you a wine bottle tag I made to give to a good friend for his birthday.
I used an off-cut of Not Quite Navy card stock I had lying in a scrap pile, and cut the end with the scallop tag topper punch. I used my 1 3/4 inch circle punch to make a hole for the bottle neck to go through, then scored to make the fold for the wine bottle cover.
The card stock was too wide to fit in the slot in the tag topper punch so I slid it over the plastic part of the punch, and then under the metal cutting part to make it work – leave me a comment below if that doesn’t make sense and I’ll try and explain better! I then just cut diagonally from the edge of the scallop to the edge of the card stock to make the pointed shape. This picture may give you a better idea:
And isn’t it perfect how one of the smaller dies from the labels framelits fits so perfectly inside the scallop topper tag punch?
The image here is from the Simply Sketched stamp set (a 2013-14 Stampin’ Up! hostess gift)
This gift coordinated nicely with one of the cards I made and showed you a few months ago:
Now that I know how easy it is to make a wine topper using the scallop tag punch, I think there may be a few more gifts like this in my future!
Thanks for reading.