Wrap Star

Perfect wrapping is a snap. Heidi offers everything you need in one package for your package. It's impossible to mess up! My favorite part is the ombre ribbon.
I know, I know... It's what's on the inside that counts, right? But nice wrapping never hurts either! Part of the fun of giving gifts is making the wrapping cool and artistic- a package that the receiver almost doesn't want to open because it's so pretty. It all starts with the right paper, and you can't go wrong with these:

Inject a little street cred into your wrapping with Monster Doodle paper by Jon Burgerman at Nineteen Seventy Three.

For the "Oh crap! I forgot to wrap your present" moment. Though, you'd better know someone in the UK if you want this, because they don't yet ship to the US. Wavy Stripe Shoe Box by Paperchase.

This would really pop with a bright red ribbon tied around it! Baubles in Blu by Pikku.

For a gift with a side of cheek. You're Welcome by Fish Lips at Verde Paperie.

 
 I love mixing different colors of the same pattern when there are multiple boxes. Play by Eieio Studio.
Now that you have the paper, what do you do with it? Count on Kate's Paperie to tutor you in the art of gift wrap. Now go forth and wrap!

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2 Comments :

Anonymous Elena said...

I agree about having nice wrapping. What's on the outside of a present is almost as important as what's inside ... it shows a bit of extra care. I love giving and receiving nicely packaged gifts.
Ciao,
Elena :)
ps. thank you for visiting my blog.

January 21, 2009 at 8:26 PM  
Anonymous Dallas shredding said...

Gift wrapping is one of the most enjoyable part before giving the present. There are various wrapping materials available these days but nothing beats paper as the versatile and primary wrapping material. These days, even scrap paper like its shredded form can be incorporated into gift wrapping.

January 16, 2012 at 9:28 PM  

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