Sip Sip Hooray Bottle Tags

Tis the season for hostess gifts and lots of them! Stock up now on a few bottles of wine or sparkling cider or one of my personal faves… the sparkling lemonades from Trader Joes (adults and kids both love it and it’s always nice to have plenty of non-alcoholic beverage choices to offer) and have them on hand for hostess gifts. Slip one of these Sip Sip Hooray Bottle Tags around the neck and kick it up a notch!

Dress up your hostess gift with these Sip Sip Hooray! bottle tags


  • 1″ x 2″ board
  • saw
  • hand drill
  • sand paper
  • white and grey paint *I used Rustoelum’s Chalky Finish paint in
  • gold vinyl
  • transfer tape
  • craft cutter *I used my Cricut Explore
  • gold cord




Take the 1″ x 2″ measure out 3″ blocks and mark them for cutting.

A few cuts with the chop saw and you’ll have a stack of blocks ready to have holes drilled in them.

Using a quarter inch drill bit, drill a hole through the side of the bottle tag.

After the holes drilled, it’s time to sand! I actually really like sanding, there is something so gratifying about it!

chalky finished bottle tag blocks

Paint the bottle tags with grey or white and allow them to dry.

sip sip hooray in gold vinyl

While the paint is drying cut out Sip Sip Hooray! in gold vinyl. If you don’t have a craft cutter yet tell Santa you NEED one! Cricut is running a deal right now that you don’t want to miss out on! Check it out here!

applying vinyl to wood

sip sip hooray wooden bottle tag

Apply the gold vinyl to the bottle tag with transfer tape.

gold cording with gold vinyl

String the gold cord through the hole.

grey white and gold gift tags

Secure it with a knot.

sip sip hooray! bottle tag ready for my favorite hostess!

Slip your bottle tag over whatever bottle you’re bringing to your favorite hostess! She’ll love it and be excited to pass it along to another friend with a new bottle of bubbly!

Add an extra festive touch to your beverage gift with these adorably fun sip sip hooray! bottle tags






Oversized Painted Easter Eggs

Have you seen those oversized plastic or foam eggs at Target or your local craft store and thought they were fun but wondered what you would do with them!?! You can make Oversized Painted Easter Eggs!

Oversized Painted Easter Eggs {Dolen Diaries}

 If your mind is going to crazy patterns or bright colors think again…my Oversized Painted Easter Eggs are both fun but on the more subtle side of the spectrum. However, it’s totally up to you how wild and crazy you want your eggs to be!


To make polka dots:

Completely cover the oversized egg with a few thin coats of spray paint.

Oversized Painted Easter Egg {Dolen Diaries}

I loved the way the Silver Metallic Spray Paint looked all on it’s own. It was reminiscent of something I had scene in the Pottery Barn catalog.

On the All-Purpose Gray Primer add polka dots with the Foam Pouncers and White Acrylic Paint. To add a little sparkle paint on the Ice Crystal Glitter Paint once the white paint is dry.

Oversized Painted Easter Eggs

For the smallest egg I used a brand new pencil eraser {the one on the end of the pencil} to create the dots.

Don’t these Oversized Painted Easter Eggs look darling in this vintage truck with my pom-pom bunny garland and painted bunny platter!?!

Let’s keep the spring inspiration going with a little blog hopping!! You have to check out these fabulous spring projects!
7 Lovely Spring & Easter Crafts

Happy Spring Watercolor Coloring Print by seven thirty three

Easter Bunny Treat Jars by Happiness is Homemade

Spring Mason Jar Vase by Here Comes the Sun

Jelly Bean Bunny Favor by Made to be a Momma

Oversized Painted Easter Eggs by Dolen Diaries

Pom Pom Easter Chicks by Practically Functional

Paper Bag Easter Banner by Crafting in the Rain