Jazz up the standard wine gift with these fun DIY wine accessories!
Hi friends! It’s Lydi from Lydi Out Loud and I’m excited to share these DIY wine accessories with you today to jazz up the everyday bottle of wine gift. For many people (myself included!), a nice bottle of wine is a great go-to for hostess, housewarming, neighbor and holiday gifts. Not that there’s anything wrong with bringing the bottle in a gift bag or even au natural! These fun DIY wood wine gift tags act as a conversation piece and another gift in and of themselves. Bonus points that they are so incredibly easy to make (that’s always a bonus, right?) Did you know that you can use iron-on vinyl on wood? It’s one of my new favorite crafting tricks!
DIY Wine Accessories Supply List:
- Darice Unfinished Wood Tags
- Cricut Cutting Machine and Wine Tags Cut File
- Iron-on Vinyl
- Weeding Tool
Open the wine tags cut file. If you have a different size wine tag, you can adjust the size of the designs as needed (I used the medium size Darice wood tags). Make sure to mirror the text before cutting.
Select the appropriate material setting on the Cricut. If you use glitter iron-on like I did, select the dot to the right of iron-on since it’s thicker than standard iron-on. Place the iron-on material on a standard grip cutting mat shiny side down. Load into the machine and cut.
Press with iron for about 20 seconds. Allow to cool before peeling away the backing. If any part of the design starts to peel up with the backing, don’t remove the backing and heat for another 10 seconds, again allowing to cool before attempting to peel away the backing.
For more unique DIY wine accessories, check out this classy faux fur DIY wine bag.
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Lydia is the creator of Lydi Out Loud, a lifestyle blog where she shares her passions in crafting, DIY, cooking and entertaining. She is a wife, fur baby mama and lover of paint, glue guns, vinyl and peanut butter. Lydia has been featured in Somerset Home magazine, GoodHousekeeping.com, CountryLiving.com and Buzz Feed.