Red Plaid Printable Bottle Gift Labels

Updated: Dec 11, 2021

Christmas is just 5 sleeps away and I know that I am not the only one scrambling to get last minute shopping and holiday meal prep done.  If you are completely ready for Christmas Day, my hat goes off to you!  If you are like me and need last minute gift ideas, you are in the right place.  All you have to do is pick up some Sparkling Cider or something similar, print labels and cut them out.  It should only take you a minute to assemble it all together.


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Joy To The World
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Let It Snow
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Merry & Bright
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Oh, Holy Night
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DIRECTIONS

Step 1:  Print the file on 8.5×11 heavy white cardstock paper.  You can print on your home printer or go to your local copy store to print.  Once you have printed all of the tags that you need, use scissors to cut them out.

Step 2:  Cut the circle inside of the tag out.  There are a couple of ways you can do this.  The hole is the size of a large 2″ hole punch and you can simply punch it out.  If you don’t have a large hole punch, then use a regular hole punch to start your cut.  After the hole is created, use scissors to finish cutting out the large circle.


Step 3: Each tag has a dotted line going across it.  Using the line as your guide, fold the paper over.  Place the tag over your sparkling cider bottle.


And you're done!  Be sure to check out the rest of my Christmas items by going to Holidays -> Christmas.  Here you will be able to find more free Christmas printable items, recipes and DIY projects.



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