I look for good labels and if I can I try and release them from the bottle (after the wine has been drunk, of course). Filling the bottle with really hot water works well sometimes, as does using a hairdryer - carefully. If not, soaking sometimes works. If that is not going to happen either, chuck it - it will not come off without tearing. If they do give way, gently ease them onto a piece of computer printer paper or some white card. I have a folder with about 30 to 40 such labels - sometimes I use them and people don't know - they just think what lovely background paper. Sometimes I say.
I have friends who actually arrive at out house with empty wine bottles - and great, different labels. The rubbish men must think we are heavy drinkers those times!
Here is what I did with a label and the stamp set from Sparkle and Sprinkle - Chianti and some copic colouring.
A glass of red Gloria?
Perhaps a bottle?
"Don't mind if I do", said Gloria!
Some embossing folders were involved as well, and a die cut frame from Nellie's frames. The sentiment is from the stamp set and there is another sentiment stamp as well. I will leave that for another day.
I will enter this in the following:
Brown Sugar -Anything Goes
Daring Cardmakers - What's Your Tipple? (How appropriate was that!)
Sister Act - Anything Goes
Southern Girls Challenge - Something New: the stamp set is new, and so is the vine embossing folder from Daris.