I want tiny presents all wrapped individually.
I want them to look vintage.
I don't really care what the gift is as long as the wrapping is imaginative.
This is what I have selected for this Christmas.
I bought a roll of masking paper in green from the paint section of Lowe's.
I have rolls in brown and red also.
My favorite stamp is this Old World Santa from 100 Proof Press - the place to go for unique stamps with a vintage vibe.
Even if you are not a stamper, you will want to visit 100 Proof Press to see their images. You can find them HERE!
A flash mob of Santa's!
For the ornament exchange this year, I tied each package with jute baker's twine in natural and red from Hobby Lobby.
Added a cute knee hugger and some bottle brush trees.
Vicky of Life on Willie Mae Lane hosted her second annual ornament exchange. See what everyone received!
Some gifts ready for a friend in a small green basket.
Do I have Christmas all wrapped up?
No, I have yet to even put up decorations.
I will get to them when I get to them or just won't get to them.
But I will guarantee each person's gift will be wrapped imaginatively.
I was inspired to create my own paper by Melissa at Shabby Love Blog last year when she carved her own stamps to make wrapping paper to sell in her booth. Read that post HERE.
Remember to come back tonight to join Tamara (Etcetorize) and I for Make It Monday - it starts each Sunday night at 7PM Eastern. I chose the features this week so they will show up on my blog.
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