Last week I shared how you can spread some Halloween spirit with my easy DIY Boo Kit. Our basket was filled with all kinds of treats for kids, but how about the moms and dads? I was inspired to create these Halloween wine tags because parents need a boo kit too. Or “booze” kit ;)
I love wine, I always have. I have a few of my favorite brands but during the holidays I always look for cute and festive labels. Yes I know I shouldn’t be picking my wine because of the label but I just can’t help myself.
My girls have been really into delivering our “boo kits” to our neighbors this year. It’s been a fun family tradition as part of our Halloween bucket list. I just love giving gifts, its totally part of my love language, and I am so happy my girls love it too.
I am so lucky we live in neighborhood where my girls have so many friends and I have so many moms I have connected with. We all love wine and meet monthly for our mom nights. I wanted to not only gift the kids this year but the moms too. I thought halloween wine tags would be the perfect gift for my friends and hopefully your friends too!
These Halloween wine tags would be great gifts for so many people. You could gift a bottle of wine to teachers, family, coaches, anyone really.
Want your own free copy of our 4 Halloween wine tags including
You’ve been BooZed
Drink up, witches
Eat, Drink & Be Scary
Do you have a friend who loves wine? Know exactly who these halloween wine tags would be perfect for? Make sure to send them this post so they can get their own free copy.
I’m curious what’s your favorite wine? Do you prefer red or white? Let me know in the comments below.
Diana Blinkhorn is a professional content creator, social media strategist, and owner of TheGrayRuby.com. Her site caters to the everyday mother, sharing the real and raw side of motherhood. She loves to write about trave,l with a focus on cruising and Disney, and sharing her everyday life raising 3 young girls. With over 6 years of experience in social media marketing, Diana has built a business in this ever-evolving industry. She has been featured in publications such as Tampa Bay Parenting, HGTV.com, and HuffPost Parents.