Just print these Christmas bottle tags and drop them around the neck of some sparkling cider for the easiest Christmas gift ever!
I often struggle with what to get coworkers, church members, and all the other folks on the list that aren’t close friends or family, but still definitely deserve some recognition this time of year. In the past, I’ve gone with cookie plates, bags of homemade truffles, hot cocoa kits, and snack cakes in a jar. Then came the pandemic, and homemade was out of everyone’s comfort zones, including mine.
One of my coworkers dropped off a mini-bottle of sparkling cider with an adorable bottle tag on it. I loved it, and wanted to expand on the idea this year. My version is geared towards more religious folks, with its focus on the Christ child and that meaning of Christmas. After all, for many of us, that is the reason for the celebration.
The colors are a muted green and linen color, with a fabric texture, designed to look like a piece of burlap ribbon with the silhouette of the baby in the manger and the Christmas star. This is an easy print and cut — a color printer and a pair of scissors are all you need to make this. There are 2 bottle tags per page, and you can easily size them down to accommodate mini-bottles.
Without further ado, the link to the printable is here: