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Elizabeth’s Pick: Toast-its Wine Bottle Greetings


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Some people knit or paint or make things that require a glue gun. I gift wrap. I even have a closet dedicated to ribbons, tags, boxes, bags, and paper. What can I say, I like pretty packages. And even the simplest gift is more fun to give—and receive—when it looks too good to open. For the longest time, however, I’ve struggled with how to wrap a bottle of wine. I can’t bear to put a nice bottle in a cheap paper bag, so more often then not I tie it with a little ribbon or present it unadorned. Which is why I’m pleased as punch about Toast-its. Designed by Minneapolis-based branding firm Imagehaus, these clever labels offer a clean, classy way to gift wine. The patterns are fantastic, and there’s a place to jot a note of thanks or celebration to the recipient, saving you the trouble of a separate card. At only $3.99 apiece, they’re definitely something worth toasting. $3.99 each at toast-its.com

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