Saturday, November 5, 2011

Wine label & Coordinating Wine Glass Identifiers with charms

This is another type of wine glass identifier - one made with circular punches and  with a different charm attached to each one.  The charms I obtained at a local Arts & Crafts warehouse.
The wine glass identifiers were made to coordinate with a seasonal wine label.
Wine Label: 
See this post: where I made a wine label for a colour challenge.
1.  Score a 2 1/2 by 8 3/4" piece of card stock at 2 7/8"
2.  Punch a hole in top section with a 1 3/8" circle punch
3.  Decorate bottom portion as desired.

Stamp: Vintage Labels (retired)
Inks: Early Espresso
Papers: Cherry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Holly Berry Bouquet Designer Paper
Accessories: cherry Cobbler satin quilted ribbon, 1 3/8" circle punch, Scallop circle punch, Pewter embossing powder
Coordinating Wine Glass Identifier:
1.  Punch a 1" circle in Chocolate chip card stock. 
2.  Center a Scallop circle punch over the 1" circle and punch . You are left with a scallop circle with a 1" hole in the center
3.  Do the same for designer paper - punch the 1" circle hole first, but this time use a 1 1/4" circle punch to make the second punch.
4.  Punch out a 1 3/4" circle in Cherry Cobbler

Attach the designer paper circle over the Chocolate chip card stock matching the center circles
Attach this to the Cherry Cobbler circle.
With a pair of scissors, make a cut from the outside to the inside circle.  This is how the identifier is put on the wine glass.
With the crop-0-dile, punch a small circle at the opposite end of the slit.
Insert a small jewellry connector to the charm and then attach the connector to the wine identifier.  This is the hardest and most tedious part. Below you see a single one and then the six I made.  Each identifier has a different charm attached.

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