Bottle Tags and Gob Stoppers

Hello my lovelies and how are you fine folk today?

I have that Friday feeling … its a Bank Holiday Weekend

and i can’t wait.

Are you peeps up to anything or going any where?

It’s also half term so I have the whole week off, so i will hopefully

get lots of crafting done.

On Monday DH and I are off for Puppy cuddles with some 4 Wk

old Alaskan Malamute balls of fluff…. so i can’t wait for that 🙂 x

I wanted to share with you patient peeps a Wine bottle tag and a Milk Carton

I made for some old

fashioned Gob Stopper’s, I found the Gob Stoppers at A Quarter of 

there are all of your old favourites in one place.

SC wine bottle tag 01

The bottle tag is 10 1/ “long and 4 1/2 ” wide for the Rosette I used a Tim Holtz Die

and the sentiment ribbon is a download from The Pink Petticoat,

the image is Saturated Canary’s Wine O Clock I

SC wine bottle tag 03

used this image to match the card i shared earlier this week.

For the box i used a Milk Carton template that i found on the web

GS box 01

for an A4 size card you score at 7, 14, 21,28 cm then whats left is the tab

to stick it all together, then you turn your card and score at 2, 5,10,4 cm

those measurements are from each score. I cut the aperture  using a

Spell Binders Die,  the rosette was made in the same way as the other

the only difference being that i used a tiny peg to attach it to the carton.

I would like to enter theses in to the following Challenges

Craft Your Passion: 262 Anything Goes

Through the Craft Room Door: Anything goes

Scribble & Scrap Challenge : Anything Goes

Crafting From the Heart: Anything Goes

Inspiration Destination: Anything Goes

Stampelsonne Challenges: Anything goes

Have a lovely weekend my friends and I hope that i haven’t bored you to sleep

😉 Thank you so much for stopping by it means a lot

TTFN……Mwah…..xoxo

Hugs Bridget 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Bottle Tags and Gob Stoppers

  1. Ema Martinez

    Fun, fun, fun! I love this! Perfect image for your project! We’re moving on Wednesday! I hope you’ve had a chance to visit the new blog and become a follower. If you haven’t had a chance yet, remember, it is a requirement to claim prizes at IDCB. If you have, thank you so much for your support and thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination Challenge Blog. Hope to see you again and good luck!
    Ema
    IDCB Owner

    Reply
  2. Cindy Groh

    Such a fun project. The patterned paper is so fun and bright. This would charm anyone for their birthday. Thank you for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door.

    Reply

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