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12/6/10

wine tag and gift card holder

Hello Friends, Me again :) Today at the SRM blog they are featuring gift holders. I took advantage of this opportunity and designed two. A wine gift tag and a gift card holder. I LOVED working with this felt.

Be Jolly
I pulled some of my nesties (snowflake, inverted circles) and Tim Holtz flowers to create this gift card holder. My SRM stickers stuck beautifully to the felt. Glossy Accents was the perfect "glue". I sewed the buttons to the felt then stuck them on with the GA.

Be Jolly

Inside I put the gift card and a small chocolate bar. This just feels warm and cozy. I hope to create many more.

Cozy & Warm

We have several bottles of wine to give away as gifts and I wanted to add something homemade that I didn't have to cook. This really was so much fun to make and so easy. I started with the largest rectangle ( see supply list) for the wine tag. I used the inverted circle, snowflake and circle to layer. Overall size is 61/4 x 31/4. For the center circle make sure that it fits the bottle before you cut it. 
Cozy & Warm

I hope you are enjoying this festive season. Have a great week! Hugs,Kathy

SUPPLIES: felt is from Papertry Ink

24 comments:

Isha said...

Love these little felt Embellies. Thanks for the idea Kathy.

Ageeth Holster said...

Hi Kathy, what a lovely things you made.
Great for a gift to someone.

Have a nice day, Ageeth

Dawn said...

cute as Kathy. You are so clever

Larisa said...

Nice tags)) They are so home))

Deirdre said...

Fab idea, love it. Another gorgeous project.

Penny said...

Kathy, I love the color combinations. Sewing is my first love so I always like to see it combined with crafting projects.

Cape Craft Crazy said...

Had no idea you could use felt with the Nesties - can't wait to try it out. Thanks for the ideas, they are great.
Diane
Cape Town

Debbi said...

I love the gift card holder! Great idea. Thanks for sharing!!
*smiles*
debbi

Lin said...

Neat ideas! Love the colors on the 2nd one!

Kelly said...

FELT??? Awesome idea. Very cute tag! Never tried it in the cuttlebug. Here's one I made for a gift: http://kellybertram.blogspot.com/2010/11/wee-memories-challenge-32-wine-tag.html
Hope you'll check it out! (;

Barb said...

Kathy, that is the cutest gift card holder I've ever seen! Love the bright colors! And the tag for the wine bottle is so clever! If you could make it larger, it would even make a wonderful doorknob hanger!

Kelly Massman said...

Love them both! Great idea!

pinky said...

What a gorgeous idea to use felt Kathy, they are just gorgeous.
Pinky

GinaE said...

These are great ideas, Kathy!!!
I'm going to make the gift card holder/tag today. And next time I give wine, I'll use the wine tag, as well. Many thanks for these super cute ideas! Hugs and Happy Holidays, Gina in San Antonio.

AnitaRex said...

Seeing you play with felt is so different! But so lovely! I think these are the perfect wine bottle tags! :>

jintyoo7 said...

Fabulous tag, both of them. Have yet to try felt - it looks amazing!!

Diane Jaquay said...

These are AWESOME Kathy! I never think of using my felt for stuff like this, I always tend to reach for paper, but I just LOVE the felt!

Gina said...

Kathy, these are Awesome . . . Great idea to make your gift holders out of felt! :)

Alice Wertz said...

wow! these are amazing, girl! love that you used felt. fabulous ideas!

donna mikasa said...

So clever, Kath! I didn't know GA was such a great adhesive on FELT! Thanks for sharing such great ideas!

Simone said...

WOW! These are so awesome!!

Virginia L. said...

BRILLIANT idea and designs!This FELT is simply PERFECT! Now... where is the closest store to buy these?

The Archiving Angel said...

Hi Kathy~ I adore the wine tag & the gift card holder! The felt is fantastic, the flowers, the stitching, everything is just gorgeous.
Great job!
Love tuning in.
Thanks for sharing.
Hope all is well.
Hugs,
Sonia

cardsbymo said...

What a fabulous idea! I might give this a try this weekend.I will have my sewing machine out so that my daughter and I can "attempt" to make pajama pants for ourselves.

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