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Wine Tasting Party Invite and Bottle Decor

By: Maria Rodriguez for ektools

The spring and summer is a great time to host a wine tasting party.  With these Wine Tasting Party Invites from ektools, you can create a wine party invitation that's classy and sophisticated.  Make matching Bottle Decor for the party day!  You could also have guests bring their favorite bottle and decorate it however they'd like. 

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Wine Tasting Party Invite and Bottle Decor


  • Lily Pad 2 in 1 Edger Punch
  • Medallion Chain Large Edger Punch
  • Flourish Square Large Punch
  • HERMA Dotto Permanent Dot Adhesive-Black
  • Light Blue Domes Stickers



Wine Bottle:

  1. For the wide band measure and cut a piece of paper to desired height and punch edges using the Lily Pad 2-in-1 Edger Punch on setting #2. Adhere at back of bottle.
  2. Repeat step 1 for the second band in the center in a contrasting paper color ensuring to lessen the width.
  3. For the 3rd middle strip on the bottle use the Medallion Chain Large Edger Punch (or any edger punch that creates a chain) and punch one strip. Layer on top of the 2nd layer.
  4. For an extra touch you can use the Flourish Square Large Punch to create a label. Criss-cross a thin piece of ribbon around the neck of the bottle and adhere. Adhere the label to the ribbon and the place where the ribbon crosses.


  1. Design your own invite using your computer and print. Layer cardstock as desired.
  2. Add strips of pre-cut Lily Pad 2-in-1 Edger Punch borders to accent and add adhesive rhinestones.
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