This first example uses the new "Snowflake Set." I created it completely digitially using drawing software. The first consists of a blue gradient rectangle with the snowflakes (changed to white) and resized to various sizes. I also used the "Happy Holidays" sentiment from the "Wine Labels Set." It's great how all these sets work so well together. Here's the inside of the card, using the snowflake outlines and the "Spirit of the Holidays" set.
My second example uses the "Wine Label Set" images. I started by setting up the main wine label and adding some creepy wine names for our Halloween party. I printed them off on printed paper and distressed them with Tim Holtz Distress Inks. They looked so good, our guests thought they were strictly for decor, but I was drinking from them all night. It was fun!!!
I also created a set of 4 holiday labels to use for those "unexpected" holiday party invites or those "drop in" guests that bring you a gift. These take that typical bottle of wine and ramp it up a bit. Just slap on the decorated label and add a cute wine stopped tied on the neck of the bottle and you have a very useful, thoughtful, and personal gift to give with very little effort. And who doesn't love a gift that almost puts itself together. And since the labels don't have the wine type, I can buy reds and whites and give exactly the one the receiver wants.
The next stop is the store!!!!! Make your way there and use the 10% off coupon NOVSSREL2010.