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On the weekend hubby and I took a much needed break (child free) to our local wine region. The thing I love about wine regions (among many things) is that you can pick up soooo many clean skin wines that are perfect for parties and…. to add a wine label printable or two!
We always go to the Clare Valley once a year, we drop off our daughter with my parents and escape for two or three nights to recharge the batteries.
We are not normally people to go back to the same spot, but we make an exception for this trip. We stay in the same cottage year after year and we absolutely love it.
It’s the middle of winter, the log fire gets cranked in the cottage and it’s nestled along a beautiful walking trail. It’s beautiful, peaceful and the perfect spot to indulge in some cheese and wine.
You know the saying, “You can’t buy happiness”…well drinking wine certainly helps the happy juices to flow and you can buy that!
So for something a little fun and quirky I thought I would design these printable wine labels that are perfect for sharing with friends.
You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy wine…..true?
Hubby is a lover of red wine and I am more of a fan of green, so I thought I would design these labels for both.
A printable wine label is so incredibly easy to use, and don’t you just love the finished look.
You seriously don’t need to spend the extra dollars on wine that comes with the cellar door’s fancy label. Instead you can buy their clean skins (which are often just as good as the top notch wine….sometimes it is their top notch wine!) for literally half the price!
Add your personal label and hey presto….a pretty funky looking wine bottle.
Ready to grab your own? Simply download the PDF file, print, cut and stick. It couldn’t be easier.
If you have enjoyed this happy wine label printable, please consider PINNING and SHARING it with your friends so that other’s can enjoy it too.
What is your favourite wine….red or white?
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