GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT: Create a Custom Wine Bottle Label Using a Quatrefoil Pattern in Illustrator | Sandra Hess | Skillshare

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GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT: Create a Custom Wine Bottle Label Using a Quatrefoil Pattern in Illustrator

teacher avatar Sandra Hess, Sandra Rose Designs, Graphic Designer

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12 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Step 1 Wine Label Template

    • 3. Step 1B Inner Safety Zone

    • 4. Step 2 Create Quatrefoil Pattern

    • 5. Step 3 Change Color

    • 6. Step 4 Text Box

    • 7. Step 5 Add Text

    • 8. Step 6 Final Additions

    • 9. Step 7 Clipping Mask

    • 10. Step 8 Add to Final Template

    • 11. STEP 9 Add Label to Wine Bottle

    • 12. Step 9 Final Project, Wrap Up

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Using Illustrator, we will create a Quatrefoil pattern and combine two different fonts for the message on a wine bottle label. A template will be provided so you can print directly on Avery labels on your own printer. Wine is a great gift to give as a hostess gift, thank you, Christmas, New Years or for your own themed party or gathering! Personalizing it with your own label will create a special custom touch to your wine gift! Even if you don't use it as a wine label, learning how to create a quatrefoil pattern will be valuable for any project! Perfect for any Illustrator user, whether novice or advanced. I use Adobe Illustrator CS6 but this works in any version. 

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Sandra Hess

Sandra Rose Designs, Graphic Designer


"Your 20 year old daughter MADE that card?" I asked my best friend. The card images and text were stamped and embellished with a well-placed rhinestone. A 3-D feel was created by layered focal points and a beautiful ribbon completed the look. She showed me several more cards that she received for her birthday and her recent wedding anniversary. I was in awe and felt so inspired as I saw card after card, each with its own unique charm! I couldn't wait to learn to hand craft my own cards!

And so began my love affair with designing and creating greeting cards. That day was 16 years ago and my passion continues. I love good design. I love greeting cards. I love connecting with people and teaching what I have learned.

I started my career in the fine arts field of music as a reg... See full profile

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1. Introduction: on Sandra Rose. And in this skill share class, we're going to be making custom line labels now. Custom wine labels air not just for weddings anymore. They are perfect toe. Add that special, unique touch to your wine bottles. Olive oil about your coffee canisters about a glass candle holder that you can add a label to Dr Foil Patterns are very trendy, can be seen in HomeGoods. I even have that in my clean Xbox roads decorations. You could just find it in so many different places. And so I'm going to teach you how to make a foil quicken. Very simply, you use it to make this wine label or for any other projects you want. You'll now know how to make this trendy. There's an example. This is a more low bottle of wine, it says merry and bright. And this, of course, then is a Christmas gift You're not. People are mean to drinking wine. Here is a custom label for olive oil. It says New Year New you Happy New Year from your personal trainer. So what if you're in charge of customer gifts for that special customer? You want to do something a little bit different for and show your appreciation. Something like this would be great. Here's a thank you bottle that could be used any time of the year. I have several of these made up, and then I just add on the wine label when I'm ready to take it with me. I want to thank someone for for hosting a party, for instance. So go ahead and sign up for the skill share class and have lots of fun as well. Very simply and quickly create our Quattro foil pattern that you can use as a wine are other bomb label season. 2. Step 1 Wine Label Template: Okay, The first thing we're going to do is to set up our template for a single wine bottle label to create our design on to so on. Ellison, Illustrator file new. And we want to call this line model template. Okay. 3.5 inches wide by five inches high. We want C m y que and 300 peopie. I click OK, and we have our base set up. Now we want an outer box, which will be our bleeds space. We want to go over a little bit extra always when you print, So click on your rectangle tool, click once on your art board and we want to set this up is 3.25 by I'm sorry. 3.75 by 5.25 And we want to center this on the art board. We're going to align it, so come over to your align panel. If you can't find it, go up to window and a line, make sure that's checked and you're going to make sure you align to art board. Double click on the center line and center align vertically. And now that's perfect on Let's mock that layer called This outer bleed will create a new layer, and we're going to have our inner safety zone on your rectangle tool. Click once on your art board, and now, instead of 1/4 of an inch larger, we're gonna be 1/4 of an inch smaller, 3.25 by 4.75 Click OK, and we want to again center this so come to your line panel, Horizontal line center, Vertical aligned center. We want to change the color instead of black. Let's do another color, such as I like to work in orange. So let's doing orange box and we want it to be a dotted line. We convert the straight line solid line to a dotted line by your stroke panel. It's not open again. Goto Windows stroke and the wait is one point is fine. We wanted to click on Dashed Line, see out automatically. It went to a dash line. Uh, I used eight point for a dash line, but it's not critical. Whatever you'd like, it's fine, all right, I click off of that using my selection tool, and there is my template that's call this layer inner safety zone. Okay, click. OK, we're going to lock that. I want you to click back on your outer bleed, create a new layer. So now it's going to be underneath the safety zone, and this will be our design layer that we're gonna be working on the next video and I want you to save. And here's our wine bottle template and I have it on my desktop, the Quattro foil wine label. So make sure you have a file folder set up for all of your things we're going to put in here. Click Save, Okay. And we're good to go. I'll see with the next video ready to start our Quattro foil pattern. 3. Step 1B Inner Safety Zone: Okay, let's make sure that your inner safety zone is transparent. I see that we have. You might have a fill on here, so make sure over here that you click on none for the Phil. Okay? And make sure you've done that. Click back on cuatro foil and we're good to go. Ready for the next video. Make sure you save it. File. Save. Save it to your desktop in your Quattro foil wine label. File folder. Okay. See you with the next video. 4. Step 2 Create Quatrefoil Pattern: I need to make our Quattro foil, which is a French word quadra, meaning for So it's going to have four circles on it, so make sure you're Quattro foil Layer is highlighted. Come over to your panel and the rectangle tool. Click once on your art board. We want this one inch by one inch square click, OK, and then we're going to also want four circles. So if you click on your rectangle tool and hold it, come down to your Ellipse tool. Click on your art board and the Ellipse. We want his 0.75 by 0.75 So 3/4 of the size of your square and we want four of these. So we're going to copy, so you want to go to edit copy Edit paste if you know your shortcut. Control C Control V and I'm going to use my shortcuts now, and I'm going to go control V Control V. Now I have the different the four of them now for copies of the same thing. So you want to align The center of this city's little dot here is really the center of the circle. It doesn't matter how far north and south. It is on this square. We just pretty much one. It's centered here. We're going to make that perfect in a moment. So we just want to line those up basically on all four sides. So there's the start of our Quattro foil. Now I want you to take the top and the bottom and the square. Now I'm going to get the 2nd 1 highlighted because I'm holding shift. Click on the 2nd 1 Keep shift whole held. I'm going to click on this square. So I have three objects that air selected. Come to your align panel. Make sure you're aligned to selection is highlighted and we are going to horizontally a line center. Now that's going to center it up here horizontally along this line. Okay, so I'm going to make sure this is now this dot is centered on this line, and this dot looks like it's centered on the line. Now I'm going to take these two hold shift, click on the other one Click on the square while I'm still holding the shift key. Now I can let go the shift key. Come back up to my align panel and I'm going to go Vertical align center and that Do you see that shift? A little bit. It lined it up just perfectly. Now I want to make sure both of these are centered on this line. So the dot is on that line. This one, I think, look pretty good. Yes, it did. So now all four ready to go? I'm now going to highlight all of this by clicking and dragging. And all of that now is highlighted. And I'm going to come up to my Pathfinder box again. If you can't find to come upto Windows Pathfinder, make sure that selected and I'm going to go to the first little icon here. It says, Unite going to click on there. And there is the beginning of my Quattro foil pattern. There's our first Quattro foil. So I'm going to move this up so we can do a 2nd 1 I'm going to copy and paste that the shortcut is command or control. Copy C and then Commander Control V. And there's our 2nd 1 Now, I would like to line these up right underneath each other where they're touching a little bit. Okay, Now we need to align the two of these to the left. So come back to your lying panel and click on the horizontal align. Left again. Making sure that align to selection is selected. Okay, so they're all lined up, ready to go, and I'm going to group them. I'm going to go control or command G or up here at it. Group object group, object group. There it ISS. So we're going to group those two now. Our quarter of oil is gonna be much smaller than this. We make the pattern. So while both of those air selected, I am going to hold the shift key. Well, I drag it in and make it, you know, a smaller size about like that. Say, Okay, I'm going to move it up so that it is half outside of our working space and half inside. It doesn't have to be precise, but approximately there. Okay, Thes two are grouped. So now I need to make a copy, and I'm going to pull these down, and I'm going to hold shift and option when I hold Shipton option and pull it down. Then it comes down in exactly the same spot, and I have four of them. Shift option drag. Okay, I'm using my down arrow key to come down just a little bit. So it's approximately touching. Going to take the two. And one more time I'm going to hold shift option, and then click lips shift option click. I guess I hold this first start dragging and then shift option and pull it down. Okay, so now this is very thin. I want to make thes thicker. So I'm going to highlight all of them by again just clicking on the art board and dragging down. And that highlights the mall. Okay. And let's make it thicker. Stroke. Wait. So I come up to my stroke and I'm gonna make a thicker, like 56 points again. It's up to you. You can choose what you want. Oh, maybe stay with five, and I need to group them, make sure they're all group. This time. I go command G or again, Object group, and they're all together now. I'm going to click on the left, align, make sure that they're all aligned left. Okay, then they line up just perfectly there. All right, so I'm going to dragged down to highlight all of that and I'm going to group them object group or again. There's the shortcut, and I am now going to drag a copy. I'm going to go control C Control V and there's a copy. And now I'm just gonna go control V Control V V V. And I keep getting the new once they're just lined up on top of each other, so just pull them off of each other, okay? And so do a little extra. So you have more space. You don't want to be just exactly right. Okay, so you want to make it bigger, so I'm gonna go control copy control V paste. I come back over here to rag it off. Kind of line it up, sort of the way I want it. Now I see that these air a little bit close together. The other ones look OK, so I'm gonna need a little more space for these guys. Now. I'm gonna drag over thes and let's sort of Okay, that looks pretty close, but we're gonna have this exact if you drag over all of it now and click down here on distribute objects. So I never know whether I need the vertical distribute or the horizontal distribute. So click on one and see what happens. Ah, that look good. It brought him all down. What happens if I click the other one? I like that too. So it made it Everything vertically lined up and horizontally lined up. So they're perfect now distributes them exactly. Right? No, um, I'm going to make sure that I like where the top ends in the bottom ends and where the sides and now my signs look like they're about exactly right. So I think we'll leave that sideways. Good. And I want to the top in the bottom. I want to be a little bit closer. A little bit nicer looking similar. Um, So let's see, I'm now looking at the bottom here and the the top up here, and I think it can go down a little bit more so that this is approximately the same. Is that? And so I'm happy with that. All right. And before you let go, you want to group them all object group, and there is the beginning of your Quattro foil. Now we have it in the orange or whatever color you've done this in and We're going to be able to change colors and create a background for it. And we'll do that in the next video. See you then. 5. Step 3 Change Color: Now that we have a Quattro foil pattern set up, we're going to change the color on this, so I'm going to click on it, and it should all be group. So if I click on it once, everything is highlighted in the orange color and I want this to be white and I'm going to create a background in a different color. So to make turn that white, I'm going to click on this stroke so that this is highlighted and you could do it a couple different ways. One is See the color panel. If your color pant color panel is open, go ahead and click on the white there. If it's not, I can double click on my stroke, and I'm just gonna move my little picker all the way to the corner. And when it's at the very top of the corner, it'll be all lefts and then be pure white. I click OK, now I need to do the background, so I'm going to click on the outer bleed in my layers panel, create a new layer, and now I'm going to go to my rectangle tool, and I'm going to drag out a rectangle it could be. You know, where this outer boxes. It's fine. It doesn't have to be precise at this point and notice that we still have. The stroke is white, and we want to fill it with a color. So I'm going to swap the villains stroke click back on the field. So this is at the top and now is highlighted. I'm going to double click on this spot here. That's double click up on here on the on the field box, and my color picker appears. Now, I can choose whatever color I want. So say it's you're doing a Thanksgiving, um, hostess gift. So where you go for Thanksgiving So you can click over here to sum of one color that you like, say, here I click. OK, And there I see that. Oh, doesn't that look nice? Okay, that would be nice for things giving. If I did that, I might want to make this sort of a beige color go a little bit, you know, soft color and their two cream color. And that would be the basis then for my Thanksgiving. Uh, I'm going to go back to my white again and let's see What other color weaken Dio, I'm going to make this say a blue. Maybe I have a blue collar pick that I kind of like. Okay, so I'm going to try this and see what that's going to look like. Click, OK, since look at this way. Okay? And there's my blue and my white. I'm going to add some black to that later. So that tones it down a little bit and makes it makes it a fun look. It's Christmas time, and you'd like to change it for Christmas. Go ahead and do that. Pick your several color nice, rich red color if you want. And that would make a beautiful Christmas wine bottle label, which I think would be pretty cool for Christmas time. So I'm gonna go back to my blue for now, though, and has say thank you. And then this can kind of work for any, uh, any occasion that I want to say thank you, even Christmas New Year's. And I'm going to make mine into thank you so I can click on my inner safety zone I and that takes away my inter dinners lines. So that completes our color transformation. Choose the color that you would like and we'll move on to the next step. I'm going to go up and save to make sure save as wine bottle templates. Step three color. I'm gonna call it okay. And all color color blue So that I know that this is my blue one because I could make several different colors for different occasions. Click OK, and I'm ready for the next video. 6. Step 4 Text Box: Okay. Our next step is to create our text box. And we're going to do that by taking out one of the Quattro foil pieces. Now, when I click on it, they're all grouped together. So let's ungroomed pit so that I can pull out one of the Quattro foils. Okay, so I am going to go up to object. Ungh group. And there I can take one of the Quattro foils off of there. Okay, If you still have a couple of them together, like here. If there's two of them, group together and you can't take one by itself. Just go back up to object on group again, Okay? Until you have a single one ready to go. Now I'm going to go command copy or edit. Copy at it paste. And there is my single one. Now I want to paste this into a new layer. So I'm going to come, Teoh, create new layer. I'm going to call this single Quattro foil. Okay, So that I know that's my single one. And it's not there now. I've just created the new layer. I'm going to come up to, um my object arrange sent to current layer and then that's ready to go. All right, so I want this to be a solid color. So I'm going to come over here and swift swap the fill in the stroke, and there is my solid color. Okay, now I pull it over. Now, it's kind of easy to see what I'm going to be doing with this, all right? And, um Okay, at this point, we're gonna need to know what the center of the art board is in order to get this perfectly aligned up. So we're going to come over to our align panel again, and we're going to align this time not to selection, but to the art board. And we're going to click a line horizontal. And that lines it up this way. Now, if you want it, have it exactly perfect vertically to you. Just click on this, too. And now we have it center. And I think for a wine bottle label, it would be nice to have it centered. Make this text box a little bit bigger. So I'm going to highlight it, holds shift and pull it out. And now it's all coming out a little bit, a bit taller. you know, it's a little bit bigger, and it fills the space a little bit more. And I need more space for my text. So I think I like that better. Going to make sure I'm aligned again perfectly on both sides. Okay, there it iss All right. And there's my single Quattro foil, and I'm going to lock that and lock my background. Quattro four layer, begin a new layer and this is going to be my text. All right, that's it for this. Now, we're ready to add the text in the next video. 7. Step 5 Add Text: Okay, I am going to turn this into a thank you, and I'm going to personalize it with my husband's in my name. So I'm going to come up to my character, make sure that I have my text layer highlighted because I'm going to be working on that layer, and I'm going to choose my font. Now. I'm going to use something called great Vibes and I will show you there'll be a link for the great vibes. It's it's available for free, and all should give you the link to it in the notes to class notes. If you'd like to use the great vibes you can or choose your favorite font, So I'm going to then type out, Thank you, and I'm going to space it kind of the way I would like. Let's see, I can use this big area here. Okay, I can say thank you, or I can divide it up into two lines and going to come up to paragraph and a line center. So when I come up and I say thank you and then I could move it up a little bit higher, which I think I like better coming up here. Then I will have space for my name down the bottom. Now, I don't like that. There's too much room right up here. So I'm gonna come back to my character panel and the leading and I'm going to just scooch that up a little bit with the letting I like that better, I think. And I like the black because I'm going to do something else with the black and I am going to type, um, from Day and Sandy. Okay, so that's from my husband and I and I don't really want this to be in the same fund. It's not gonna look good small, and I want to mix the fonts to make it look a little nicer. So I'm going to do just a real clean, simple sans serif font. So I'm going to come up and I think I like Helvetica regular, and that gives a nice, clean look. And this time I think I want this to be in all caps, corrupt your character panel underneath it here, and I click on all caps and let's see how this looks now again. There's way too much space in here between from and our names. So I'm going to come up to the letting the character panel click on this and make it smaller spacing between them Time. And I think I also, like, see again are running into not enough space here in the Quattro foil. So I am going to have a nice and tall and thin again. I need this to be centered. And that was all sent her lined. Okay, so there are now It fits the space a little bit better at the bottom. And I want the word from to be a little bit smaller I don't need That is big, and it kind of looks nice to have it. And then David Sandy could be a little bit bigger on. And then my leading I need to go back and change against. You need to play around with that. You get everything just the way you like it with your own names or in your own message of what you want to say. All right. I think that works, and we have one final step to do, which is to create a background piece behind the Quattro foil. So after get your text lined up ready the way you like it or meet you over the next video. Don't forget to go to save at this point. Going to click save as wine bottle templates. Step five text. I'm gonna say thank you. Because that was my text that I added going to save it and I'm ready for the next step. 8. Step 6 Final Additions: Okay, That looks a little bit playing. So we're gonna add more to it To what? I call Jews it up a little bit more and have it a little more interesting. Going to do that with a square box behind her Quattro foil to really bring out, um, this box. So I'm going to have that box behind my single Quattro foil. So I'm going to click on cuatro foil, create new layer, and it goes right above it. And I'm going to say box see box. Okay, so I want I'm going to click on my rectangle tool, and I want a square. So I'm going to hold shift and then click and drag my square so it's a little bit bigger there it iss then my Quattro foil. And look, it doesn't that look pretty cool Now I want to center these two. I thought you wanted, you know, kind of have it the way you like it. And I want to send her this now. My Quattro foil is already centered on my workspace, so I can just center this also, I goto my align panel, align to art board, center, center both ways, and I guess my Quattro full is not exactly lined up, so I can either go back to my single Quattro foil and line that up again. Let's see what happens. Okay. All right. So something's a little bit off. So I'm going to move this box down toe where I think I see what it looks like. And I'm happy with that. I can also pair up these two. I highlight both of these. Go to my aligns selection and I can a line both of them and I still again. Something is a little bit of miss with this. So I'm going to just go back and visually align it until I'm happy with until it's approximately center now. Doesn't look kind of cool. Now I think one more thing I can do to it is my Quattro four. I think if I we have a black outline on this, I think that will make this stand out a little bit more also and tie back in with my black font so you could do this with the same color Is your third color that you're using. So I have my stroke in the front and I'm going to click on my black. Yeah, kind of like that. I might like to make this a little bit thicker. So I'm gonna come up to my stroke panel or this drug panel down here. Either one works the same way. Gonna go up to maybe two. Yeah, I think I like that better. That kind of stands out a little bit more. And there's my thank you. I think that looks pretty good. Now, one more thing I can do is now you can play with your color of your Quattro foil now that you're seeing it come together. So I'm going to lock my box. Going to lock my text, um, locked my single Quattro foil and do my copter fall pattern. Open that up and I'm going to pull all of this. I'm going to group it object group just because it will make it easier for me. You don't have to, but will make it easier when it sort of states together. So I want to maybe make that a little bit smaller door like it like that. Mm. Control Z to highlight it back again or go back to five. Maybe kind of like that. Another thing that I can try. ISS my black. Let's see how it looks like in the blacks. I'm gonna come back to this stroke double click on that brings up my color picker. And I come to the very bottom of this one to where it's all zeros and that is black And okay, it's a little bit strong, so I'm going to do this again. But this time, maybe not so good black there. Maybe not such the Klein. Let's try it a little bit thinner and see. Yeah. See, that's kind of nice. So I can either do that. So now you can play with it the way you like it. I think I'm going to go back to my white, So I'm gonna go control zzz till I go back to my white. But I might like to go down to four. Yeah, I think I like that a little bit better. And one more thing I'm going to do is I'm going to lock my Quattro foil the rest of this I'm going to move up just a hair. I feel like it's a little bit low, I think, unless it's a perfect square where totally has to be centered from the north itself. The vertical. I think when you're looking at something like a bottle, for instance, you're looking down at it has a tendency to look like it's a little bit lower on the page than it should be. So I moved it up just a little bit higher. Not a lot. Just a little bit higher than center, so it kind of actually looks center. All right, um, take out her in her safety zone. So now we can see what it looks like. And I think I am very happy with it. I can add one more thing, which is to write the name of the wine if you know what the wine is. Um, I think I'm gonna be giving this one is a Pino Grigio was the bottle of wine. So I'm going to do it in the same font as my name is. I would just put it up here and have one little extra piece up there. Just give a little highlight for them, and I might instead of regular, I might go to a bold That stands out little more. Yeah, I think that works. Okay, Um, I'm happy with that. And, uh, okay, I can play with it. Keep playing with it for a long time, but I think that's good to go. And I will stop right there and on to the next step, which is to create our clipping mask to get rid of all the other outlines and make it ready for our print file. See with the next video. 9. Step 7 Clipping Mask: Okay, Now, we're into our last step before we go to print, which is setting up our clipping mask to get rid of all the extra spaces around it. Now that if you're happy with it, you have adjusted your space. I'm turning on my safety zone and seeing in here again, make sure this is all good. I'm happy with it. When you're ready, I'm gonna turn off the safety zone, and I I'm going to lock my text. My single Quattro foil. My black box. These are all things in the center. Anything that is on the extra that I want to clip off, which would be my layer for my color and my Quattro foil pattern. I want those, um, open and I'm gonna click on my Quattro foil, create a new layer above that. I'm gonna call this clipping mask, okay. And the clipping mask. I'm going to click once on the rectangle tool, click on my art board, and my rectangle is going to be the outer lead space number. My, The label itself is 3.5 by five inches. So we want 3.75 by 5.25 Just 1/4 of an inch larger. Okay? And let's just go ahead and have it the outline and I'm going to pull it up nearby, and I always need to align it. Make sure you are aligning to your art board horizontally line center, vertically aligned center. And now I am going to highlight everything. That is no law that is not locked. Remember these other things? Air locked that air perfectly fine in the center. And to create the clipping mask. Um, I see. Okay, calm under object clipping mask make. I usually used the a shortcut, which is command seven. So you can do either. And there you have is our perfect least sized label. Now save this off Final label. It's no longer the template. I'm gonna go final, and I'm ready to go to add this now to the page of the four stickers that were going to be using. So the next step I want you to do before you go into your next video as I want you to download the template that I have for you for the four stickers, this is the actual Avery template that you will be using when you print that will be perfectly lined up for the stickers. So I want you to click, save and go grab from the the Class notes class. Resource is, I want you to grab the Avery four to a page template, and I'll see you in the next video. 10. Step 8 Add to Final Template: Okay. Our final step now is to take our label that we've created and to add it to the template with four to the page, just the way our Avery has it set up for us. So I'm opening up the shipping label. If you haven't downloaded it, go to the resource is page of the Class and download the Avery shipping labels for per page . This is the number 51 68. So when you purchase the labels, they're the number you'll find is 51 68. You can also go to Staples on, and they have a different. They have their own brand that coordinate with the 51 68 template. So that's what I'm using. Is this the staples and there going to? You'll see there's gonna be a hair difference, but they still print beautifully in the same way Staples is a little bit cheaper. But our Avery, you can get also on Amazon. Um, so it's up to you. They both work equally well. So I go to my finished product and I make sure that everything is going to be grouped, so I highlight everything. Make sure it's all unlocked. OK, So when I highlighted everything comes along with it and I'm going to go object group. And now it's X is a single unit. I can click on anything and access the single unit. Okay, but I see that I have added a little something to it. So I'm going to, um, get rid of this little guy. I don't want him. So I just want this and I'm going to group it, and I don't see anything else on there I don't want. Okay, I'm going to save this so that I have it as a single unit. Okay, then going to copy it. So gonna edit copy, Come over to the shipping label area and in the contents. And I'm going to at it, paste or command V. And there it ISS, and I'm going to put it up here and you'll notice that the the lines of the template are on the top. Even if the lines show that they're on the bottom, that's because this is a non printing line. These little teal lines that you see here are non printing, so you can toggle the visibility on and off, but they will just there for you they will not print, so we could just kind of not worry about them. All right, So as you can see on the Staples template that I'm using, it's a teeny teeny bit different size, but they're perfectly This is the same. So they're gonna print the same way. You just have to kind of watch your spacing a teeny bit. And I'm going to copy and paste move the next one over. Line it up the way I want to see it pretty much, um, copy and paste again and move it and then paste third for their time and there we have it moved over. Now I'm going to zoom in a little bit so I can see what I'm doing better. And I want to make sure that there is no white line on the side of this, so it's exactly lined up. And as you can see, it's a little bit taller, then the template. But that's okay. Just depends on if you're using the Staples or the Avery. Um, so we're good to go on there and I'm just sort of centering this let up a little bit more and, um, and this one I'm going to look and make sure that the sides are good. Okay? They all work well, and I have it or I want it. I'm going from this line to this line. Okay, that looks good. This one. I'm going to look at it, check it out, and I'm going to move it up just a little bit. So it's closer to this one. Okay, I like that. I think it's good to go. And now I'm going to zoom back out again. And there is my template ready to print. Now, they do have directions in the box of the labels, so you can see because each printer's different as to whether you want to you whether you have to put the labels upside down or right side up in your printer. But you'll just feed them right into your printer, just as you would regular paper. And you're going to come out with these beautiful stickers that you then paste onto your bottle. Okay. Good luck to you. And I can't wait to see what you have done and how you use your wine bottle labels. Thanks. 11. STEP 9 Add Label to Wine Bottle: after you have printed out your labels, you're going Teoh, start with your wine bottles with the original labels on them, and you're going to be just covering directly over the existing label on the front. Now you're going to keep the back label because that's gonna tell the recipient of the gift what the actual wine is called and the brand and all the ingredients on there. And then I like to add a ribbon to the top of it. Just adds a nice, elegant touch to the wine bottle, and then you have your customized wine bottle as a wonderful gift. 12. Step 9 Final Project, Wrap Up: thanks for joining me in this class. I hope you had a much fun and creating your Quadra foil lined bottle label as much as I did in teaching the class for your project. I want you to select an occasion or a holiday that you want to use a wine bottle or olive oil bottle or coffee canister or something as a gift. And I want you to create the label for it and upload one of three things. It could be the J peg off the single that we created. It could be the J head of the set of four that you have ready for your Avery template or the photo of the wine bottle or olive olive oil bottle that you put your label on. And that would be so much fun to see. I can't wait to see what you have done, and I will be sure and comment on it, and we can all see what each other has created. Thanks