Paper

Wine Glass Name Markers

By  Elizabeth Allan  for  Penny Black

size: 3"x3-3/4"

  • Wine Glass Name Markers
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Materials

  • Penny Black Storm Light Cardstock
  • Lightweight cardboard
  • Green wire, 22-gauge
  • May Arts Champagne Baker’s Twine

Tools

  • Die-cutting machine with Penny Black Creative Dies: Leaves (51-002), Triple Banner (51-027)
  • Penny Black Stamps: Twirls (40-282), Kate’s Alphabet (30-168)
  • Wire cutters and jewelry pliers
  • Imagine Crafts Tsukineko: Golden Glitz Delicata Ink; Memento Luxe Ink, Espresso, Peanut Brittle; Onyx Black VersaFine Ink; Clear Embossing Powder; Sponge Dauber
  • Liquitex White Gesso
  • Tombow Mono Liquid Glue

Basic Supplies

  • scissors, paintbrush, heat tool, hole punch, newspaper (to cover work surface)
  • 1. Die cut leaf spray from cardboard and cardstock; set cardstock leaf spray aside.
  • 2. Paint cardboard leaf spray with gesso. When dry, pounce with Golden Glitz; let dry. Stamp vines on spray Golden Glitz using dauber to soften.
  • 3. Adhere cardstock leaf spray to back of cardboard leaf spray for finished look.
  • 4. Die cut banner from cardstock; trim to desired length. Ink edges Peanut Brittle; let dry. Stamp name Onyx Black. Apply embossing powder; heat emboss.
  • 5. Punch hole in banner; slide onto leaf spray. Wrap twine around end of leaf spray to secure banner in place; knot ends.
  • 6. For hanger, form small "s"-shaped hook from wire using pliers. Hook one end through twine; hang on glass. (Note: Hooks allow name markers to be easily removed and saved if desired.)
  • Tip
  • 1. These versatile tags can also be used as gift tags or ornaments.