Whether you drink wine or not, a nice bottle of wine makes an amazing gift at holiday time or any time of the year.
Wine makes a quick gift or a more complicated one, depending on how much time you have to ‘dress’ it up.
And wine can be a really affordable gift too if you hit the right deal at the right time.
I KNOW that you are most likely super busy and watching how you spend money this holiday season, so I am here to lend a hand.
I’ve created free wine bottle gift tags for teachers (or caregivers, or anyone, really!), and I have an awesome deal on wine for you, too.
wine bottle gift tags for teachers
There are a million different ways to give wine bottles as gifts, but let’s be honest: the wine bottle gift tag is the easiest and quickest.
First, the best deal on wine you’ll ever see
This Black Friday deal was so popular last year that they ended it early, so my suggestion is to move on this if you want to save big!
Firstleaf wine is $4.99 a bottle — and you know it’s normally $20-30 a bottle!
The Black Friday Special that everyone jumped on last year is here again: Get six bottles of award-winning wine for $39.95 + FREE SHIPPING.
That works out to $4.99 a bottle.
Whether you are a wine drinker or not, wine is a SUPER gift for the holidays, so place your order today.
Now, the wine bottle gift tags
I wanted these to be able to be used for holiday time or Teacher Appreciation time, so I created 9 different designs with different sayings.
I also left a bit of room on the bottom in case you wanted to sign the note.
All you need to do is print on cardstock, cut, fold, and hang on the bottle! Super easy.
Get the wine bottle gift tags here:
I mean, could these BE any cuter? I am in love.
Who loves a bottle of wine as a gift?
Basically, anyone loves a bottle of wine.
- Bring a bottle to a holiday open house
- Take a bottle to a family gathering
- Gift a bottle to the babysitter (if he or she is over 21!)
- Give a bottle to teachers
- Give a bottle to school administrators
- Take a bottle to bus drivers
- Remember hair dressers, neighbors, dog walkers, and postal workers!
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