|Wine Wrap by Alton DuLaney.|
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You will need:
-bottle of wine
-two wine glasses
-Scotch Pop Up Tape
TIP: A cold bottle of wine is a great thing to bring to a party, but the condensation from the bottle can damage your wrapping paper. By wrapping the bottle in layers, including a layer of cello, you create a moisture barrier so your wrap will look great to the eye and be cold to the hand! Plus the layers makes the opening more of a process and builds the anticipation.
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TOOLS: I like to use the Scotch Pop Up tape because it comes with a wrist band, so my tape is always handy. Also, the pre-cut strips make it easy to use and apply.
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TREND: Adding a little extra something, like the two wine classes, as a gift attachment turns any bottle into a gift kit. I call it putting the present in presentation, as it adds an additional gift to the package.
You can take this concept and run with it. If its sparkling add champagne glasses, if its gin add martini glasses, etc.
When giving a bottle of vodka, I like to tie on a bottle of Tabasco sauce, which I call the Bloody Mary Gift Wrap! By the way, in case you haven't noticed, I like to give AND receive booze!
|Bloody Mary Wrap by Alton DuLaney.|