Wine Charm Inspiration

To leave you with some weekend inspiration here is a super simple wine charm project for your Holiday parties.

This project is very customizable, I used red, yellow, and orange paper for Thanksgiving- but you can make it red and green for Christmas, or any other variation to suit your needs.

Supplies:
-EKM42-25009 Martha Stewart Crafts Leaf Stamp & Punch
-EK45722 Zig Painty Twin Tip Marker- Gold & Silver
-2700-58 Round Hole Punch- 1/16 inch
-GX-SAE-12 Core’dinations Cardstock Super Assortments 12×12 inch Elements Pack
-1999-2447 Swarovski Crystal Bicone Moonlight Strand 6 in
-1949-01 Beadalon 30 ft Silver Spool
-1957-14 Bright Silver Jump Rings

Supplies.

First step: use the Martha Stewart punch to create your leaves.  Punch out a few in each color for variation.

Step 1.

Next, hole punch each leaf, make sure you do this close to the top near the stem, so you have lots of space left to write on.

Step 2.

Use the Zig Painty marker to initial each leaf using either the silver or gold side of the marker. Open your jump rings and insert into the punched hole on the top of each leaf.  Then close jump ring with your pliers.Final Close Up.

Thread the Beadalon cord with three crystals- two small one large.  Then thread the jump-ringed leaf on the Beadalon cord.  Simply tie a double knot around your wine glass stem and trim the ends.  Now every one of your guest’s will have their own personal wine glass.

Tips:
-Use different colors for each leaf if two guests have the same initials.
-Use the punched out leaves in other places around your table-scape for a cohesive look.  For example, use on place cards, or as table confetti.

Have a crafty weekend!  Cheers!

Comments

  1. I love the circuit!

  2. My favorite crafting tool is my sewing machine. Thanks for the chance!

  3. Victoria Sturdevant says:

    I love those charms! My favorite tool (at the moment) is my Tim Holtz/Tonic scissors.

  4. My favorite crafting tool is my cricut. I love cutting all kinds of vinyl and making cards with it.

  5. My favorite tool is the Darice Paper Trimmer.

  6. My favorite tool changes on a regular basis. Right now its between my Cuttlebug and micro-tip scissors.

  7. My favorite tool is a cocktail stick/tooth pick. Ideal for punching holes, apllying glue, holding things together and propping things up, costs next to nothing and biodegradable!

  8. My favorite crafting tool is a paint brush!!

  9. glue gun is my all time favorite craft tool

  10. My favorite tool tends to change as I change from one type of craft to another. However, the one tool that I find myself going to the most is my Craft Knife – I use it in my paper crafts, clay crafts, fabric crafts, jewelry, etc. It is my go to tool – my favorite over all the types of crafts I do.

    Good luck to everyone!!! Have a wonderfully crafty weekend!

  11. conniemelancon says:

    my all time crafting tool right now is my distress inks and border punches.

  12. my all time crafting tool changes all the time. At present I have to say my fave are my border punches

  13. Other than my hands, which are probably the most versatile tool ever, I would have to say my pasta machine. It has the ability to make conditioning and rolling out clay so much easier than just using my hands, saving them for other, less strenuous jobs!

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