Write-On Wine Glass Tags

Introduction: Write-On Wine Glass Tags

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These little write-on wine glass markers are easily made and can be customized to your event or theme.  They can hang from any stemware including glasses for: wine, champagne, margarita, martini, etc..  The stem holes are offset rather than centered, allowing the tags to hang with a distinct front where names can be written.

Step 1: Supplies

Cardstock in your favorite color or design*
Large circle cutter or punch -- 2" to 2.5" (you can also trace your circle and cut these out by hand)
Small circle cutter or punch -- 3/4"
Optional: stamps, stickers, shaped hole punches, etc.

*You can also use computer art and place an array of different designs on your paper before you cut your circles.

Step 2: Method

Use your large circle cutter to cut as many disks as you'll need.

With your small circle cutter, cut a hole about 1/4" from one edge, centered, as shown.

Use your scissors to cut a slit  through the middle of the narrowest part of the paper.

If desired, decorate your tags with stamps, stickers, etc., leaving an open spot for guests to write down their names.  If your tags are heavily patterned or made from dark or black paper, consider providing a paint pen for writing names.

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is great!
    It could be especially useful for wine tastings where each person has multiple glasses of the same colored wine.


    9 years ago on Step 2

    Simple - and genius. Love it. Great idea and so easy to personalize for Holidays, themes....

    Thanks for posting.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I love this! Something I enjoy doing. Table decorations! Thanks for sharing!