Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Wine Bottle Wrap - Stampin' Up! 3-D Project Hop

Welcome to October Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop,  I am Ann Krucek, happy to be blogging from the United States of America.  This month's theme is 3-D Stampin' Up! projects.
I am sharing my Wine Bottle Wraps as my project for this hop! 
Those of you who saw my last post, saw the table I did for Halloween with the Eat, Drink and be Scary bottle.  I did up two more in Christmas themes, but these are super simple and can be done for any occasion and bottle of liquor!!  
The lacing on these bottle wraps is what sets them apart a bit from just a bottle tag.

For the Halloween wrap - I used 
Whisper White cardstock -  4 1/2"  X  9"
Basic Black cardstock -   3 strips    3/4" X 9"  
I spaced out the black cardstock as stripes and adhered it to the white cardstock with liquid glue.
The Spooktacular Bash bundle was used make the little Eat, Drink and Be Scary - with a basic black scroll frame cut from the Ornate Frames Dies and a Whisper White sentiment stamped with black ink and adhered with liquid glue.  I wrapped this around the bottle as the glue was drying, holding the sentiment in place with the edges down to fit the rounded shape of the bottle. Once that was dry - it doesn't take to long, I punched three holes on each side in the black stripe and then laced it up with approximately 30" of Basic Black 3/8" scalloped edge Ribbon.

Each of these vary just slightly depending on the size of the bottle.  I like it two wrap around so that it covers the labels but still leaves a small gap for your lacing.

For the Wine Bottle Wrap with Eat, Drink and Have a Merry Christmas - I used:
Sahara Sand cardstock -   4 3/4"  X 9 1/2" 
Merry Merlot cardstock   4 1/2 "  X  9 1/2"
30" of Ribbon
From the Sip Sip Hooray Bundle I used the dotted die along both edges of the Merry Merlot piece and then adhered it with liquid glue to the Sahara Sand piece with a small border on both top and bottom.  I cut a circle of Sahara Sand - stamped it with the Swirly Frames just to give a little border to the circle, the sentiment is from the Cheers To That stamp set -   and also randomly stamped some of the dots  the Sip Sip Hooray Stamp - All in Merry Merlot ink.  With black ink I stamped two wine glasses and cut with them out with the coordinating dies.  I used my Stampin' Blends to color in a little wine in the glasses.  All this was adhered with liquid glue and again, held by cupping my hand around the curve of the bottle so that the edges stick down.  I three holes on each side making sure that they were punched in deep enough on the sections that there were two layers of cardstock.
The ribbon I used was  the Crumb Cake ribbon with a satin edge from the Come To Gather Ribbon Combo Pack, it is gorgeous ribbon to work with.

My big tip for these wraps is that you have two layers of paper at the point of where you lace up your wrap, one layer being cardstock.  This is so that the laces don't just pull out of the holes you have punched.  Also, make sure your holes are approximately 3/8" from the edge, again- so that the holes don't just rip out.

The Cheers Bottle I used:
Brightly Gleaming Specialty Designer Series Paper
The navy and copper geometric design paper - 5 1/4" X 9 1/4"
The navy and copper star paper - 2 1/2" X 9 1/4"
A scrap of Night of Navy to cut rectangle of 1 5/8" X 3 1/2"
and 2 strips of Night of Navy cardstock - 5 1/4 X 1"
a small piece of the Copper Foil paper to cut the word Cheers
30" of Ribbon
I adhered the two pieces of DSP with liquid glue centering the smaller piece on the bigger piece - on this wrap - since it was two pieces of DSP - I added the two strips of card stock to the back - so that when I punched the holes in the edge it would not rip out.  This photo shows the back and the 1" card stock strips added to the edges.

Then I adhered the rectangle, and finally the word Cheers with liquid glue and cupped it with my hand around the bottle until the edges were good and stuck.
I laced this up with the 1/2" Classic Weave Ribbon with the words Merry Christmas printed in copper that is in the Christmas Gleaming Suite.
I think this one is my favorite so far!!

As you can see in the photos - I used a bottle of liquor for the last  one, you can do this to just about any bottle and with lacing it up - it is a bit forgiving if the bottle is slightly tapered.
These wraps look great if you want to try to match the bottle up with your table setting as well as giving them as a gift.
We have sentiments and paper for every holiday!
I will be making one for Thanksgiving when I head over to my sister's house.  How about one for a new neighbor as a welcome to the neighborhood using the From Our House to Yours stamp set.
The possibilities are endless!!

I hope you enjoyed this simple project and get some use out of the idea for the upcoming holidays!

Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name.


  1. Wow - I've never seen a bottle look so sexy! Love those lace bottle corsets!

  2. This is really something new. Thank you for the great inspiration!

  3. Yah! How awesome are they? Ann these covers are so cool! I love the lace ups at the back too. Your Halloween table display looks amazing too by the way!

  4. Oh how, fun!!!! Love the corset appearance of the wine bottle wraps! Thanks for the inspiration. :)