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Thankful Blog Hop

If you're arrived here from Donna's blog, you're on the right trail, If not, please start from the beginning so you don't miss a thing. 

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays!  I love turkey, pumpkin anything and could roll around in the mash potatoes if it was socially acceptable.  However this year my husband has to work until Friday morning,  my brother works retail (I won't go on my rampage of stores open on Thanksgiving, but shame on you!) and other family members are out of town.  So...I'm working my way into everyone else's turkey dinners! The least I could do is bring some wine.  That is my forte. I got this! Moroccan Spice works beautifully for the wine tags I created.

To get 5 wine bottle tags out of one 12x12 sheet of cardstock. Trim at 8 inches, turn horizontally and trim at 9.25, 6.5, 3.75 and 2.75.  Trim the 4x12 piece horizontally at 8, turn and trim at 2.75. Score one small side at 2 and 2.5 (I find the tag rests better against the bottle with the two score lines versus one score line at 2.5.) Using a corner rounder, round top corners, punch a 1.5 circle above the 2 inch score mark. Decorate as desired. 

Wine bottle tag was embossed with Darice embossing folder, rubbed Club Scrap gold ink lightly over raised area. Moroccan Spice stamps on label. Felt leaves unknown.

Trimmed the bottom of the tag. Repeatedly stamped background image.  Metals and ribbon in Moroccan Spice in Deluxe kit with embellishment option.

Cut apart border strip on bottom, Embellishments and stamps from Moroccan Spice.

Round edges of bottom as well as top. Distressed edges of cut apart. Stamped greeting on wooden embellishments by Paper Studio. 
Ribbon, metals and brads included in Moroccan Spice.

Stamp edge of tag, color with Copics. Stamp on cork embellishment (so my thing), add Stickles. 

Please continue hopping to see what Lilian has created for you.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! 
Thank you for stopping by.  I am thankful for your support!


  1. Donna,those are great git ideas! Love how you decorated each one.

  2. WOW Lisa, your bottle toppers are amazing!!! Love all of them. Well done. :)

  3. Beautiful wine bottle toppers Lisa. Your hosts will be thrilled to see them. Have a great day!

  4. Oooh! I'm in charge of bringing wine for Thanksgiving! This is brilliant!

  5. I love how each is different and all of the details are just perfect. What a great idea, thanks for the "how to"!

  6. Love this idea and will definitely be casing for Christmas. Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Love it! Pinning it for the Christmas gatherings!

  8. Every single one is adorable, what a great timely suggestion/inspiration! Thanks!

  9. I love the idea. And your individual decorations are so creative.

  10. Fab idea, Lisa!! Thanks for the ideas!

  11. Love the embossing and the cork hearts, I want some of them! lol

  12. Love these! Pinned your post. Thank you.


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