Welcome to today’s bumper post about gift wrap for this Christmas season! You can view these gift wrap ideas in Merry Makings magazine
I did a post a couple of weeks ago all about Cox and Cox fabulous gift wrap ideas and products! I really want one of these big punches.
This lovely Scandinavian gift wrap looks great with the felt poinsettia!
Tara Anderson has been one of my favourite crafters for a long time I’m sure you can see why! This year this box has been wrapped in vintage wallpaper, ruffled crepe ribbon and lovely satin ribbon! Topped with a hand made gift tag ^_^
I love the little additional ideas from Penny Paper Company
How pretty is this gift wrap from the White Company?!
These tinsel snowflakes from West Elm are fabulous decorations and lovely for on top of a gift box!
What an excellent gift wrap station for this time of year!
This lovely beaded snowflake is available as a tutorial in Merry Makings magazine.
This is an excellent article about chalk pens and white markers (excellent for journallers and not just gift wrappers!)
I like the black and white as it’s just rather unique! The big white box looks like it’s been wrapped in lace and I love that!
Susannah has the most beautiful christmas decor, every year! Always something different ^_^
I like the tinsel and 80s baubles ^_^
Some ideas for Creative Giftwrap materials form Ellinee
These ribbons are so inspiring! I need to find some of that purple glitter stuff
I like this little Christmas box from Crate Paper. The black and white gift wrap reminds me of a hum bug.
The 2013 gift wrap from Kiki K is as lovely as ever!
I’m a fan of any lovely writing and the lettering on this tag is absolutely beautiful! I’m also a huge fan of that wide ribbon!
I love this paper and Tara has done a wonderful job with this gift wrap. I love this blog ^_^
The wooden beads have made some lovely little additions to these gift tags!
Lovely ribbons from Kiki K – I love the patterns!
I do love letterpress and this stitched grosgrain ribbon is absolutely stunning!
Using an old printers tray is always a great idea for storing craft supplies but a great idea for anyone to store their little embellishments for gift wrapping (not just crafters!) via NoBiggie.net
This seems rather retro to me and I just love the gold and aqua ‘happy holidays’! This image is from Matchbox Magazine 2011