Wining and Dining with your Kimi’s

February 4, 2012 at 10:00 am | Posted in Craft Corner, Imikimi | Leave a comment
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Hi Guys! Imikimi Team here with another awesome craft this week!

Now that February is here, it’s time to start thinking about Valentine’s Day. Now is the time we start seeing candies, cards, and stuffed animals lining store shelves. All these gifts are wonderful, but why not try to customize your gift to that to your significant other to make it even more special? This week, we’ll teach you how to make your own customized Kimi wine label to make this Valentine’s Day the best ever!

Materials

  • Bottle of Wine
  • Paper
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Super Glue or Tape

-To get started, you will first need to make a Kimi. For this project I chose a Valentine’s Day Kimi with text already added. If you would like to add text to your Kimi, click the ‘Switch to Full Kimi Editor’. Please see the below images for how to edit the Kimi.

Once you are happy with how your Kimi looks, save the Kimi to your computer.

Now it’s time to create your wine label! I will be using a Google Docs Document in order to create the label. If you are unfamiliar with Google Docs, click here for a tutorial. Once you create a new document, click view to insert your Kimi. In order to keep track of where you will be cutting out your label it’s best to add a horizontal line (located under View) above and below your image.

Click print.

Once your label has printed, go ahead and use your scissors to cut it out along the black lines.

Use your super glue or tape to secure your label to the wine bottle. Now you can add a ribbon or any other additions you think will make your Kimi wine label pop.

And there you have it! You’ve got your own personal wine label for your sweetheart! Stay tuned next week for another Valentine’s Day craft.

Best Wishes,
The Imikimi Team

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