June 25, 2010
6:06 PM

Photo Wine Labels

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Love the look of wine bottle table numbers, but looking for a new twist to make it your own? Try this photo label trick that's part postage stamp and part vintage postcard. Simply pick a few of your favorite photos and print on sticker paper ($14 for 30 sheets, Staples.com). It makes this project that much easier and you won't have to worry about your labels sliding off of chilled wine bottles.


Print 4x6 inch photos (or slightly larger if desired) so guests will be able to see their tables. Cut the photo's perimeter with a 1/4 inch white border around all sides. Then, with a hole puncher, punch semi-circles to create a postage stamp look. Peel the paper back to expose the sticky side and adhere to “naked” wine bottles.


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Image courtesy of A&M Photography.

4 comments | post a comment
1

I really like this idea... you could put a pic of anything at all that is meaningful to you

posted by: Paula@DreamWeddingItaly
on July 01, 2010 at 09:11 AM
2

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posted by: John Ray
on July 01, 2010 at 05:33 AM
3

I love the idea! One of my friends actually did something similar to this also and I know she got her custom wine labels at a site called Labels on the Fly. Great idea though. Hope this might help someone?? Good luck! http://www.labelsonthefly.com

posted by: Amy Renstrew
on June 30, 2010 at 02:36 PM
4

Great idea!! you can possibly find a local winery to have them special order this for you.

posted by: Brent
on June 26, 2010 at 04:54 PM

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