Are you looking for some adorable wine labels for Christmas? You have come to the right place!
I just can’t help myself but to create more printable gifts for Christmas and wine is always such an awesome idea when you don’t know what to get someone.
How many times have you run to the bottle shop at the last minute because you have run out of gift ideas and a nice bottle is the only thing you can think of. I can relate – I have been there!
Wine labels for Christmas help to still give those last minute gift ideas a personal touch. Wine is a great gift, and these labels just make the gift even better.
Wine is also perfect to take to dinner when you have been told not to bring anything, because let’s face it, most celebratory meals are washed down with a glass of wine or two.
I recently released our cute Christmas wine label range, so this time I thought i would go for something a bit different. Hence these “Eat, Drink & Be Merry” and “Tis The Season To Be Jolly” labels were created.
Whilst I do adore the cuteness of Santa and Rudolf, I do love the simplicity of these labels, and I’m sure they would be appreciated by anyone hosting a Christmas dinner party.
How To Use Your Printable Wine Labels For Christmas
The labels are available as a set of two and are easily downloadable from our shop for only $4!. You will receive the file instantly in your email account, which makes gift giving even easier.
Each label is sized 12 cm x 8cm and are best attached when the original wine label has been removed. If you have trouble removing the original label, try using some warm water and a scourer and it should come off pretty quickly.
If you happen to be purchasing a bulk of clean skin wines for your celebrations, then these would be absolutely perfect for you.
If the labels sound like a great idea, but your still not sure what wine to actually buy, then why not check out these top 5 party and gift wines. It might help to make your decision that little bit easier.
I do hope that you enjoy these printable wine labels for Christmas and that they help put you in the festive mood.
Do you like to have the odd glass or two of wine whilst relaxing at Christmas?