Miss Ink Stamps – Happy New Year Bottle Tag

Hello everyone! I’m back with a quick New Year project featuring Miss Ink Stamps Punny Farm Pigs and Happy New Year sets and a couple of dies from Trinity Stamps.

My daughter loves having sparkling cider at the holidays so I thought it would be fun to make a bottle tag to decorate it while it sits on the counter tomorrow.

I stamped images from Punny Farm Pigs and colored them with my copic markers before using the coordinating dies to cut them all out. I used liquid glue to adhere all of the accessories on and set them aside to dry.

Next, I die cut a bottle tag from Trinity Stamps and stamped images from Happy New Year all over it in VersaMark ink. I heat embossed them in gold for that classic New Year decor vibe. Next, I die cut cheers from the bottle tag die set from white cardstock 4 times and black once. Then I cut the shadow from gold glitter cardstock and used liquid glue to adhere all the layers together. Last, I stamped and heat embossed Happy New Year in gold and trimmed it into as trip. For a little dimension and to help it stand out I inked the edges with white pigment ink. Then I added foam squares to my images and sentiment strip.

I adhered the cheers die with liquid glue, removed the release paper from the foam squares and popped everything in place.

For finishing touches I added black glaze pen to the pig’s eyes and white gel pen highlights to all the images. Once the eyes were dry, I came back in with a little white gel pen highlight on those too.

Here’s a look at the tag hanging on the sparkling cider bottle. Isn’t it just the cutest!?! I think so and I’m excited to surprise my daughter with it tomorrow. She’ll love it too!

Products used today:
Miss Ink Stamps Punny Farm Pigs stamps and dies
Miss Ink Stamps Happy New Year stamps
Trinity Stamps Bottle Tag die set
Foam squares

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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