Most wrapping paper for presents can't be recycled. It's bound for the landfill.
Holiday gift-giving never looked so good.
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We all wish we could have real trees to make our houses smell and feel like Christmas, but for many of us, either our apartment isn't big enough or we will be traveling most of the month and can't maintain the upkeep. Here's a solution.
Give the people what they want.
Beautiful gift-wrapping is kinda like fashion's first impression: a well-dressed box gets noticed, while a funky-monkey number can be shortchanged no matter how cool the contents.
Gather your foliage into small bundles, starting with the larger pieces on the bottom and layering the smaller ones on top. Pinch the stems together and secure the bundle with floral wire. To assemble the bags, wrap the jute twine around the opening of the bag.
If your gift wrapping is golden-retriever-puppy cute, who cares what's inside?! Here are 11 DIY gift wrap ideas proven to please even the grinchiest person on your list. No matter your gift, these awesome ideas will ensure that it is dressed to impress!
Confetti Gift Tag Photo by Madelene Farin MATERIALS Scraps of colored paper in a variety of sizes and colors 1 glassine envelope
Los Angeles-based lifestyle expert Sally Horchow learned the art of wrapping at her mother's wrap desk at age 5, wrote thank-you notes before she could tie her own shoes, and worked in packing and shipping at the Horchow Collection (the mail-order company founded by her father) soon thereafter.
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2. Chalkboard-Inspired Wrap (Including A Handy Guide To Pens) For the wrapping-challenged, the grid on the back of most wrapping
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This year, set aside the generic holiday wrapping paper, and give your gifts the star treatment with DIY wrapping techniques.
With the holiday season upon us, more likely than not you have some presents to wrap. And, if you're like me, you can never find the tape when you need some to wrap a present.
Did you run of out of wrapping paper? Try this.
Time stood still. The whole room was shocked, especially Santa, and he quickly made his exit. I heard my Dad talking to him outside before coming back in to deal with me. It was his best friend, a man who had always been wonderful to me. It was the end of innocence, and I was ashamed.