'Tis the Season!

Holiday parties, Christmas shopping, gift giving...is there any question why this is the MOST wonderful time of the year?! Yes, I know the true meaning of Christmas is much more than parties and gifts, but I can't help but look forward to the fun of this season. I love the holidays!

If you haven't been to the Imaginisce blog over the past 11 days, you've missed some fabulous ideas by our design team. But it's not too late to go check out all the inspiration and fun. Today is my day to share and I posted a tutorial for a fun and festive gift: wine charms!

Here's a little peek:


Paired with a bottle of wine, they make a great gift!


Here's a close-up of the little storage tin I made with the Cottage Christmas papers and some Mod-Podge.


If you've come over from the Imaginisce blog, leave a comment here to be entered in today's giveaway for the entire Cottage Christmas collection, plus the Roly Rosies and Petal Roller tool!

And if you haven't been to the blog yet, head over there for a full tutorial on this project, plus all the other great inspiration from the design team during the 12 days of Christmas!

Thanks for stopping by!

122 comments:

My Serendipity said...

These are awesome! I must give this a try :)
and the tin is perfect!

Catherine Schroeder said...

Those charms are fantastic and it looks like a lot of fun to make! Thanks for sharing! :D Happy Holidays!

Ragnhild said...

Nice charms.

Kim Sonksen said...

I adore these!!!
Love working with shrink plastic and I have been playing with my fave Snag 'Em stamp recently, so I am totally going to try this.
Thanks for a fab tutorial

aud1inok said...

So cute!

Kelly Massman said...

I follow you already and love everything you do!

LisaM said...

These are just the coolest! TFS! I am now a follower of your blog.

tonny said...

Awesome !

Sophia said...

Love this project, super cute...♥

REBECCAY said...

Those charms are way too cute ... can't wait to try them myself. Merry Christmas!

Cindylu2u said...

Love your charms, I bought some of the shrink stuff, now if I can only remember where I put it!! Thanks and Happy Holidays!

vanessa said...

Thank you so much for the great tips and ideas! I stopped by from Imaginisce!

juliem said...

Love the charms. I printed out the directions to try. I am a follower.
Hendersonville.

Kathy said...

Wow, Robyn, what an outstanding idea! Great for housewarming gifts and for me, too! I am going to punch the hole for the hanger BEFORE I cut out the design, so I leave enough room! And how cute would these be as mini ornaments for a small tree? Thanks for the great idea, and I am now a follower of your blog!

HeatherC said...

What a great gift idea Robyn!!

Michelle said...

This is such a great idea!! I love these!! I just love the projects you make! I am already a follower!! I already left a comment at Imaginisce... caught both of you on my blog roll. :)

Snips and Snails said...

I love shrink plastic, thanks for the reminder to get it out and make something. Your charms are super cute!

Manhattan Mandie said...

Love those charms!!! I have SO many of the Snag 'Em Stamps.... I'm grabbing those and my shrink plastic this afternoon :) What great inspiration!!!

Diane S. said...

Love the charms so much! I am definitely going to try this--I am now a follower on my Googel reader of yours and I already and FB fan and blog reader of Imaginisce!! Whooppeee!!!

chignon said...

I love using shrink plastic to make charms and I now I am inspired to make a set for my secret santa! Terrific project, love the snag 'em stamps too.

Lori C. said...

I love the Christmas Cottage Collection! The shrinky dinks are just so cute!!! Lori

sleeplesswonder said...

The charms are so cute. What a cute gift for someone.
I am a follower.

Deb Long said...

What a great idea!!!

Jessica said...

I love shrinky dinks! Great idea. I just became a follower.

Memories Forever After said...

Hi!! I am stopping by to say "hi" for the first time. I really like what you have created here and you have inspired me to make some more Christmas presents. Thanks for the inspiration :-)

HeidiK said...

Those are so fun and festive! I have been seeing a lot of projects with shrinky dinks and I think it's about time I try it. tfs!

I am a follower:)

Laurie (Wally) said...

I love this idea...thanks for sharing...off to see if I still have a package of shrinkies around

Denise said...

What a beautiful way to bring over a hostess gift. I love the shrinky dink wine tags. So creative!

stefeni said...

These charms are so cute! If only I had glasses to make some for..

laterg8r said...

brilliant, where did you get the shrink plastic?

cindy said...

Aren't you just a crafty little thing. These look like so much fun to make.

JennyKozar said...

Your charms are adorable and what a great idea for the storage.
Thanks for sharing!

XXOO AMY said...

I am a new follower! I am sooooo making these for all my neighbors~ adorable!

Elaine said...

Great project, charming idea (sorry) and very inexpensive! :)

Brenda said...

Stopping by from the Imaginisce blog. I LOVE what you created today! What great creativity!!

Heather said...

Great project!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

scrappin_in_AK said...

these are so cute - I LOVE Them

Shanda said...

This is a fantastic idea and so great for the person who has everything :)

Amy said...

Great idea! I ahve a cousin who would love these. I'm going to make them for her for her birthday. Thanks for the inspiration!

Arjanne said...

Hi! Great creation!

scrapperbecka said...

Great projects, TFS your ideas

Carol said...

Such a fun and clever project!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

{VICKI} said...

love the charms

i became a follower!

Jean said...

I am a follower. Such a cute idea for a gift!!

Lori said...

Wonderful gift idea, I've always loved shrinky dinks...who would have thunk, LOL.

Melissa D. said...

Stopping over from Imaginisce and I love this idea!!!

My Crafting Time said...
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Court said...

I LOVE this idea!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

My Crafting Time said...

=) I stopped by from Imaginisce. These are a perfect gift for a wine lover! This is also an awesome idea for a Christmas party. They are sooo cute. TFS

stacy at mycraftingtime dot com

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Great Idea, haven't used the shrinky dink method in a while but to do wine charms is a fabulous hostess gift. Love it and I am now a follower of your blog.

Jennifer Reynard said...

Those are so cute! I just gave my shrinky dink
plastic away because I wasn't using it.
Guess I'm going to have to go and rebuy it! :)

Glynis said...

Those wine charms are too adorable! What a great last minute gift for my wine loving friends! :O)

About Us! said...

I love the gift set idea. Very cute. Thanks for sharing. I just became a follower.
Blessings, Cheryl
crosano at aol dot com

Lesley from WI said...

This is the cutest idea and a must to do. Thanks for sharing!!

mommyof5kidz said...

I am LOVING that idea for the wine glass tags!!!!! Brilliant!!! I WILL be doing this! Our family Christmas party is in a week...gotta get busy! LOL

Kim said...

AWESOME Idea!! I am now a follower of your blog! TFS Have a GREAT Day,
Me-Ma Kim
kimnsammy at gmail dot com

sucor said...

What a great gift idea! I love wine glass tags Robyn! I stopped by from Imaginisce and I am now a follower.
sucor_2 at hotmail.com

Nitasha said...

LoveIt! I would have never thought to use stamps to make cute trinkets! I love it! Thanks so much for the ideas and inspiration!

Lesabe said...

What a awesome idea. Some great gift ideas for sure, or to bring to house Christmas parties as a small hostess gift =)

ShoppingTamii said...

super idea! so adorable!

Sarah Mullanix said...

this would make a fantastic hostess gift...or to keep for myself, soooo cute!! :)

Kathy said...

Love your Shrinky Dink wine charms! They'd make a perfect hostess gift. Thanks for sharing!

MarĂ­a Castillo said...

Thanks for sharing this awesome ideas! Love them!!

Brett said...

I love that little tin you made to store them in! So cute!

Tracy Pea said...

Squeee!! These are so darling!! What a fun hostess gift these would make!

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, what a great idea. TFs.

nadine said...

Super cute idea. I love them. I am a new follower to your blog but I will definately be coming back to visit.

*Linda-saved by grace* said...

Sooooo cute! I'll be crafting some of these for sure!!! Thanks for the great gift idea.

Joce said...

Love the ornaments for stem glasses!! Thanks for the tutorial.

joni said...

These are so charming!!! :) I love Shrinky stuff!!! I made my own charms a few years ago for an invitation to a surprise b-day part! Fun to work with! And I really love your tin! Love that Cottage Christmas line!!! TFS
Hugs,
joni

Ashley K said...

I want to make these, they are adorable! I am also a new follower! Thanks for the chance to win the great giveaway!

Ashley K
adkogler at hotmail dot com

PamS said...

These are so cute...thank you for the tutorial. I am now a follower of your blog.

Karey said...

This line of paper is adorable.
Thanks for the giveaway.

marilyn said...

LOVE these - I'm now a follower of your blog.

Tabitha said...

These are super cute. I know a couple of ladies who love them. Thanks for sharing. New follower here. ;0)

Brooke said...

What a cute project, I love it! I follow your blog :)

-Brooke

Reneeleeak said...

Very cute! I just came from the Imaginisce blog. Thanks for sharing your project with us.
reneeleeak at yahoo dot com

Dilsaver Designs said...

They are very cute, TFS!!

Kim said...

What a clever idea, your projects rock!!

Thebug415 said...

These are such cute charms. Love this idea!

me said...

I've never used shrinky plastic before -- might just have to give it a try!

Olivia said...

So cute, love your idea for using shrink plastic! Thanks for sharing :)

Erika said...

Such a cute idea. Thanks for sharing

Kim. said...

Popped over from Imaginisce to let you know those wine glass charms are a beautiful gift.
Kim xXx

Jen said...

so cute! Love the Shrinky Dinks!

Pamk said...

cute charms and I love the name of your blog.

pattyb said...

I need to try this Shrink Wrap stuff...looks so easy and so fun. Saw you on the Imaginence Blog...totally cool project!

CraftyGirl said...

This is such a great gift idea! I wish I would have had this about 3 days earlier... could have used it for a hostess gift at a party I was at Saturday night!! I will have to remember this for future parties!
Barb :)

flamegirl said...

What a great gift idea. Anybody would love to receive this.

Steff said...

I'm a follower of your blog!

Steff said...

If I were the recipient of this gift, I would be one happy girl! Thanks for the idea!

scrappymama said...

great idea! found you thru the Imaginsce blog. I have become a follower.
esigmon@cox.net

TeacherMom said...

Found you through the Imaginisce blog. Your idea is awesome!!! Who doesn't love shrinky dinks??? And you always need that something just to keep on hand for when you get invited somewhere. I'll be looking for shrinky dinks at my next craft store visit. Thanks for the idea.
gaudet5 at rogers dot com

marla said...

Love the shrinky dinks and a great project. I came from Imaginise blog.

Staci said...

Such a fun idea!

owlbeescrappin said...

These are so stinkin' cute! And not to mention a terrific gift! TFS

Happy Holidays!
~Angel
ajewelo@yahoo .com

Kimberli said...

What a great idea, such a cute hostess gift in the darling altered tin you made - thanks for sharing!

Chris C said...

Fabulous idea, and I probably have enough stuff in my craft room to make these. thanks for the idea.

Melanie said...

Super cute ideas!

Creative Expressions by Lynn said...

So cute! I became a follower today and stopped in from Inaginise blog.
Have a great week!
Lynn
passionwriter at gmail dot com

christel said...

This would make a great gift for my friend who loves her wine.

ruth said...

So cute!!! I loved shrinky dinks when I was a kid, so I will definitely be trying this. :)

Jodi said...

I love working with the shrink plastic. There are so many things that you can make with them.

kendra_kenny_2000 said...

I've stopped by twice now beacause this post wasn't up last time I was here:) Great project, I've never played with shrinky-dinks!

beadz said...

Your wine tags turned out so cute! Thanks for sharing them.
hugs,
Gini

b.c. Gurl said...

soooo cute - and I love the tin!
I'm off to become a follower :)

KimR said...

THis is such a creative idea! I am going to make some for my BIL---I always seem to pick up his glass instead of mine when we are together! LOL

Lorraine said...

this is a fab idea and a really cool gift too xx

Ann said...

Adorable job on these!

Lindy said...

Love the charms and altered tin. So festive and cute. TFS :)

Bev said...

these are adorable.. and too cute..

Iris said...

Very cute wine charms and tin. Iris Soscia

Jamie said...

these are super cute charms I am ur newest follower!
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Jen said...

so cute! Following your blog now. Great idea for an everday gift too!

Julie said...

From one PR girl to another, I don't know where you find the time! But I love your charms. Such a great way to "spiff up" a bottle of wine.

BTW...I'm a new follower and can't wait to find lots of creative ideas on your blog!

Suzy said...

Cute charms and tag! love it! I'm a new follower :)

Angie said...

Super cute charms! I am now a follower!

joybear said...

Super cute!!!

Pammejo said...

Wonderful idea

Stampleigh said...

Great project! Love it!

About me said...

love the tin Robyn!

pebblesjns said...

Such a cute gift idea! Although, I think I could adapt the charms into my scrapbooking as well!

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