How to Wrap a Bottle with Cello

May 5, 2017

in gift & gourmet business, Gift Basket Tips, How Tos, Packaging

Wine Bottle Packaging

One of the prettiest ways to wrap a bottle is by using clear cello. Whether you are wrapping a wine bottle, oil and vinegar or bath and body products, Nashville Wraps Clear Cello Sheets in the 18×30″ size are wonderful to use. This ultra clear film lets your products shine through while giving them a dressy look without a lot of time or expense invested.

For smaller items like votive candles, soaps, bath bombs, ornaments, or fruit, the square 14×14″ size is great. Simply place your product in the center of the cello sheet and pull all the corners up and together. Give it a twist to tighten making sure all the corner points are up. Then add a Pre-Tied Satin Bow or Raffia Ribbon.

Wrap Under a Buck with Precut Cello Sheets!

  • Crystal clear & deluxe quality film.
  • No cutting necessary
  • Super economical
  • Available in 14×14′ and 18×30″ precut sheets.
  • Bulk-packed in 1,000’s or mini-packs of 100.
  • Food safe
  • Made in the USA

Wine Bottle Packaging

Nest Your Bottles with Shred!

Thank You Gift TagA beautiful way to add color, texture and cushioning to your bottles is to add some Excelsior Wood Shred or Paper Shred to the bottom. The bottles will perfectly nest right on top. You can also add a fun gift tag like our Thank You tag with some Burlap or Baker’s Twine.

Place your bottles in Wooden Crates for a rustic look. Perfect for gourmet gift baskets, these crates are made in the USA from Southern Yellow Pine. Another option besides cello sheets is using Clear Cello Bags that are extra long for bottles.

Learn How to Wrap a Bottle with Cello

Watch Tawnya show you some great tricks and tips wrapping wine bottles with 18×30″ cello sheets in this quick video:

Buffie Baril

Buffie Baril helps with online advertising, social media marketing, and search engine optimization for Nashville Wraps. She loves learning, interior design, healthy cooking and most of all her fabulous husband and her three brilliant and very funny children.

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