Give Your Bottles An Industrial Makeover Just In Time For Father's Day!

Father's Day is coming up quick! Whether you're celebrating dad with a party or want to give a little more pizzaz to your gifts, pop open a cold one (we used Root Beer) and give this fun industrial-inspired project a try:

Give Your Bottles An Industrial Make Over Just In Time For Father's Day!

Sizzix® Big Shot™ Machine

Sizzix Framelits™ Die Set - Tag Collection by Tim Holtz® (#658784)

Sizzix Thinlits™ Die Set - Celebration Words: Script by Tim Holtz (#660223)

Sizzix Texture Fades™ Embossing Folders - Diamond Plate & Riveted Metal Set by Tim Holtz (#657848)

Sizzix Foil Adhesive Sheets - 6" x 6" Assorted, 8 Sheets (#662126)

 

Other Supplies:

Cardstock (Kraft, Navy Blue)

Baker's Twine (Black and White Combo)

Bottle

Double-Sided Tape or Tape Runner

Liquid Adhesive

Paper Trimmer

Scissors

Twine

Let's get started!

Step 1-

Give Your Bottles An Industrial Make Over Just In Time For Father's Day!

Die-cut a tag from the Tag Collection set out of kraft cardstock and the word Celebrate from the Celebration Words: Script set out of navy blue cardstock.

Step 2-

Give Your Bottles An Industrial Make Over Just In Time For Father's Day!

Adhere the word to the tag with liquid adhesive.

Step 3-

Give Your Bottles An Industrial Make Over Just In Time For Father's Day!

Cut a 6" x 2" strip of an aqua Foil Adhesive Sheet. Emboss the strip with the Diamond Plate embossing folder.

Step 4-

Cut an 8 1/2" x 2" strip of kraft cardstock.

Step 5-

Remove the backing from the embossed strip, and adhere the embossed strip to the kraft cardstock strip.

Step 6-

Wrap the layered strip around a bottle, and adhere the ends together with liquid adhesive.

Step 7-

Thread the tag with lengths of twine. Tie the tag around the top of the bottle.

Ta-da! What do you think, makers? Who knew a tag and some shiny paper could totally transform a Root Beer bottle, right? If you make this project and want to share it with us, make sure to hashtag your posts with #sizzix on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter so we can see it and reshare!