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How to Remove and Reuse Wine Labels

red wine bottle and wine glasses and coasters on a sideboard

Put your favorite wine labels to good use

Want to remember how a special wine marked a special evening? Here are three ideas for crafty home decor and gifts that use wine labels, along with the easiest way to remove a wine label from the bottle.

Remove a wine label in 4 easy steps:

wine bottle in ice bucket
hand taking label off wine bottle

 

  1. Fill a large pot with 8 to 10 inches of water. Bring water to a gentle boil.
  2. Fill an empty wine bottle with tap water. Carefully place the wine bottle, standing upright, in boiling water. Let stand for 2 minutes.
  3. Using an oven mitt, carefully remove the bottle. Slowly peel off the label, starting with a corner and slowly moving diagonally across the bottle.
  4. Let the label stand, adhesive side up, until dry.

Now that you have a collection of wine labels, display them with these gorgeous DIY projects:

Drink Coasters

What you need:

  • Four 4 1/2 x 4 1/2-inch square ceramic tiles (available at hardware or home goods stores), or a set of old coasters
  • Four large wine labels
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • One 8 1/2 x 11-inch sheet of felt
  • Sponge brush
  • Craft glue
  • Water-based gloss, glue, and sealer (Mod Podge)

Instructions:

scissors on paper and a hand drawing a line
blank canvas and a pencil

 

  1. On a flat surface, place a tile over a wine label. Trace around the tile with a pencil. Cut the wine label to fit.
  2. Repeat tracing and cutting with felt.
hands folding paper over a coaster
painting on a coaster

 

  1. Apply craft glue to the bottom of the tile. Carefully press felt onto the bottom of the tile.
  2. Using a sponge brush, apply a thin layer of water-based gloss, glue, and sealer to the top of the tile. Carefully press the wine label onto the tile. Let dry completely.
  3. Seal the label on the coaster with a thin layer of water-based gloss, glue, and sealer.

TIP: If you get air bubbles under wine labels, press to remove bubbles with a credit card or other flat piece of plastic.

Vase Decor

What you need:

  • 2 to 4 wine labels, depending on vase size
  • Small bud vase
  • Sponge brush
  • Scissors
  • Water-based gloss, glue, and sealer (Mod Podge)

Instructions:

scissors, pencil, paint brush, glue and canisters
scissors and hand wrapping wine labels

 

  1. On a flat surface, line a wine label up with the top edge of the vase. Using a pencil, trace the wine label around the edge of the vase. Cut the wine label to fit.
hand painting glue on glass container
hand adhering wine label to glass container

 

  1. Using a sponge brush, apply a thin layer of water-based gloss, glue, and sealer to a portion of the vase. Press the wine label over that portion. Repeat with additional wine labels as needed to cover vase.
  2. Seal the labels on the vase with a thin layer of water-based gloss, glue, and sealer.

TIP: If necessary, after adhering labels to vase, use scissors to trim labels around the edge of the vase.

Canvas Artwork

What you need:

  • About 20 wine labels, depending on the size of the wine labels
  • A blank canvas (we chose an 11 x 14-inch canvas)
  • Sponge brush
  • Water-based gloss, glue, and sealer (Mod Podge)

Instructions:

hand painting glue mixture on canvas
hand painting glue mixture on canvas

 

  1. Starting in a corner, using a sponge brush, apply water-based gloss, glue, and sealer to a portion of the canvas.
  2. Press a wine label over that portion. Repeat with remaining labels to cover canvas, making sure to allow room for the labels to wrap around the edges of the canvas.
  3. Once complete, cover the entire work with a layer of water-based gloss, glue, and sealer.

TIP: To avoid labels sliding around on the canvas, adhere a few labels at a time to canvas, allowing time in between batches for labels to dry slightly.