A champagne bottle decked with these cute foiled labels is the perfect hostess gift to bring to a New Year’s Eve party!
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I love ringing in the new year with a delicious bottle of bubbly. Champagne is the perennial favorite, though I am partial to Prosecco. I love the sounds of the clinking glasses as everyone wishes each other a happy new year at midnight, kisses all around.
If you’re headed to a New Year’s Eve party this year, bring our favorite champagne bottle wrapped in one of these glam foiled labels. I’ve been playing around with Therm O Web’s Deco Foil again and this time I’ve designed two “Have a Bubbly New Year” labels to deck your favorite bottle of sparkling wine. Choose one of two fonts to use — or go with both! Just fill out the form below and the PDF to print is on its way.
If you haven’t used Deco Foil, it’s really a cool material. You can use it on all sorts of materials, like paper and fabric. My favorite application right now is simple paper. Print the design out using a laser printer (I use my local FedEx Office, but I’m seriously considering a budget laser printer because I want to foil everything!). Then put the foil over the printed part of your paper, run through a laminator or Minc, and voila! The foil sticks to the printed part of the paper. See how it works here.
I used double-sided tape to wrap the label around the champagne bottle, and used some star ribbon to add a little glitz to the bottles. These will make a fun hostess gifts as we head to our friends’ house this year! I love how the gold foil catches the light. For these labels I used the “champagne” colored foil—fitting for a champagne bottle, I think! You can use any color you’d like, though.
Celebrate the New Year:
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