I was in a consignment shop and found these two vintage wine napkin holders. I immediately thought of my friend who is always hosting wine-themed crafting classes and purchased them for her. I cleaned them up with jewelry cleaner and then created this packaging. I’m a firm believer in using what you have. Even if you don’t have the exact color of card stock to match your ink, that’s OK. It is all about creating a cohesive theme and I think this stamp set accomplished this. The Half Full set is elegant and has great images for coloring. This set was first released in our 2017 Holiday Catalog by Stampin’ Up and I was happy to see it carry over because of its popularity. These beautiful silver boxes were released on January 3rd as part of our Occasions 2018 catalog.
Stamp the wine sentiment and wine glass onto Whisper White card stock in Fresh Fig from the Half Full stamp set. Cut out the tag and wine glasses using the Brother Scan N’ Cut. Use a blade depth of 5 and no border around the images. Cut out an additional tag which is slightly larger using the Brother Scan N’ Cut. Color the images using watercolor pencils or markers. Use Rich Razzleberry for the grapes and wine and Old Olive for the leaves. Use a blender ben or aqua pen to smooth out the coloring. Attach the tag and wine glasses to the card using glue dots or foam adhesives. The card stock around the mini silver gable box is from my stash and I can’t remember the exact color off-hand. I thought the color of the shimmer paper coordinated well with a wine gift I’m giving to a friend. There are two 4″ by 1″ and two 2″ by 1″ strips of card stock, attached with rolling adhesive.
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