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Printable Galentine Gift Wine Tags

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Galentine’s Day is around the corner! We find it best to celebrate with brunch, great friends and lots of wine. We put together these DIY wine tags for you to use as you wish! If you don’t know what Galentine’s Day is, you better watch Parks and Rec STAT!

Rad ideas on how to use these punny wine tags for the women in your life below!

galentine day wine gift

for your bestie

She deserves a bottle–or if she’s a mom, she deserves three. Cabernet, Sauvignon Blanc, Rose´? Get her fave! For a big surprise: leave it on her porch and snapchat a photo of it sitting there to her phone as you leave. She won’t be creeped out, she gets you.

for your mom

No one gets you like your mom. She’s there for you 365 days a year. Show your appreciation for her by cooking her breakfast for dinner, sharing a sweet Moscato and watching You’ve Got Mail (all moms love that movie!)

will you accept this rose gift tag

a new friend

You know the one. You have a girl crush on her and want to hang out all the time but don’t want to freak her out. Give her a super casual bottle of Chardonnay with the punny hang tag and you’ll have an instant BFF.

The possibilities are endless!

CLICK HERE TO Download your Galentine Pun Wine Tags Now >>

Happy wine-ing!

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10 Minute DIY: Valentine Heart Garland

My life motto is work smarter, not harder.  I’m a Type A perfectionist, but I’m also incredibly lazy.  I love DIY and creating, but I try to choose projects that I won’t spend too much time on because when I get bogged down in the details the perfectionist comes out and I talk myself out of finishing.  Plus, I really don’t have more than, like, 10 minutes at a time to do any kind of crafting before I get discovered by “helpers”.

So when I saw this garland at Target the other day, I knew it was just the thing.  I loved that it was simple, I could add a little to it to personalize it and it was cheap.  At $3, I could risk making it into a disaster without kicking myself over wasting money.

Valentine Garland DIY

I had big plans for this little beauty, but they involved a trip to the craft store.  It’s been raining practically nonstop since the beginning of January here in Northern California and the thought of dragging two kids in the pouring rain to the craft store while I begged Isla to stay in the cart and not touch all of the shiny things sounded like torture in it’s purest form, so I scrapped those plans and dug through my craft stash.  I came up with lots of different ribbon scraps in reds and pinks.

Valentine Garland DIY

I cut them all into roughly the same size and tied them onto the garland string.  I used a hot glue gun to add the hot pink ribbon to the red hearts to give them a little variety.  Plus, I can’t pass up a good stripe.
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If you plan to use tulle, make sure to bunch a few strips together to get the full, fluffy look.

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And that’s it!  It’s nothing super fancy, but it’s just enough to make me feel creative and like I did something, but not too involved that I couldn’t clean up before Nolan was out of the high chair and trying to pull the hot glue gun down by the cord.

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10 minute DIY for Valentine's Day