New Year’s is coming soon, so get ready to pop the cork on some bubbly to celebrate a fresh start! Champagne, prosecco, and sparkling cider are fantastic gifts to bring to any holiday party. I have created these simple new year bottle tags that will help you quickly and easily dress up a bottle for gifting.
You can pair this tagged bottle of bubbly along with some homemade confetti champagne glasses for an extra special gift idea!
Printable New Year Bottle Tags
I specifically designed these champagne bottle tags so that they are perfect for New Year’s Eve, but not limited to NYE! You can use these tags for engagements, anniversaries, retirements, and more. Any celebration that calls for some bubbly can benefit from these bottle tags.
Related: Want to dress your bottle and glasses up even more? Check out this simple DIY to create a glam rhinestone champagne bottle!
What you will need:
Begin by downloading the PDF to your computer. Be sure to save the file somewhere you will be able to easily find it again! Then load your color printer with heavy printer paper or cardstock. Do not use regular printer paper for these tags. They will be too flimsy to hold up to the handling the bottles will receive.
Print the PDF onto the cardstock, then cut along the light grey lines with a paper cutter and circle cutter or scissors. Next, carefully fold the tag just below the circle you have just cut.
Repeat for the second tag, if needed. Finally, simply slip the tag over the neck of a bottle of champagne, and it is ready to give as a gift this holiday season! If you are celebrating at your home, you can decorate for the holiday on a budget with these sparkly dollar store New Year’s Eve decorations or check out this collection of 25 New Year’s Crafts you can do with the kids!
Jessica is the creative brain behind the blog Mad in Crafts where she shares crazy good ideas from her Mad House to yours.On Mad in Crafts, you will find fun DIYs, crafts, recipes, and more! Jessica is a former English teacher and current work-from-home mom who loves binge-watching TV, the Detroit Tigers, and craft beer.