Personalised Christmas Wine / Champagne Bottle Label N19


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Make someone's Christmas extra special with a
Personalised Wine or Champagne Bottle Label
Personalised with your text, it's guaranteed to make a friend or loved one smile.

You are purchasing a personalised Label for you to fix onto your own Wine Bottle or Similar bottle. It's a self adhesive label, so you just simply peel and stick to the bottle with ease!

Our Wine labels are printed onto 140gsm glossy sticker backed photographic paper and are of excellent quality. You can cover or replace your existing bottle labels. To remove the existing label from a bottle, just soak the bottle into some water and peel the old label off. Then ensure that the bottle is completely dry before sticking the new label on.

Personalised Bottle labels make an excellent event piece for birthday presents, new baby birth announcements, moving to a new home, wedding favours or any other special occasion!

The approx label size is:- 9cm x 13cm

Supplied pre-cut to shape, ready for you to peel of the reverse of label of the sticker to place onto your chosen bottle!

How To Order

  1. Write your personalised text into the text box's below
  2. Select your qty required and add to cart.
  3. Complete Checkout & payment for your order
  4. Your order will be dispatched via your selected delivery method at checkout.

NOTE: A proof is not suplied for this item so please ensure to include all the information required.

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Customer reviews

(4 Customer reviews)
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Excellent service and great idea for a secret Santa

Mrs D Simpson | Cumbria | January 2018

Very very pleased with these and my friends loved their personalised bottles

Mrs Susan McCairney | Edinburgh | January 2018

The labels look great Arrived promptly And was just as I had specified Would totally recommend this product and seller

lee banks | sussex | November 2017

Looks good on wine bottle my friends will be impressed.

Mrs Irene Dowden | Herts | September 2017