Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Christmas Wrapping paper

Some of you may remember that last year Rascal and I made Christmas wrapping paper by potato printing on brown wrapping paper. This year I decided to do something similar to wrap various presents for swaps.

I used a cookie cutter to create a regular star shape and then cut out a few extra details.

I kept it simple and just used red paint.

I was really pleased with the finished result, and made some gift tags to match. I used black pen to add a little bit of detail to the gift tags.


And there you go, cheap simple and pretty!

12 comments:

  1. And eco friendly, another great idea.... thanks :)

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  2. It's so lovely we were looking at it last night xxx
    LOVE my wrapping paper

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  3. nice job! Must try doing this with my kids...

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  4. I love receiving gifts in hand printed paper, lovely!

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  5. very cool, I'm totally going to copy!

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  6. Love the design! I'm hoping to give this a go this year but hoping for better weather so we can do it outside!

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  7. Eeek was that my gorgeous pressie! I really loved the wrapping and so did everyone else! I have kept it so that someone else may just be lucky enough to get some! ;)

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  8. Ooh, looks lovely, wonderful idea.
    Could be used all year round an not just for Christmas.....

    Claire :}

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  9. There is nothing better than hand made wrapping paper!! I have to get to and make a stamp and do some too :)

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  10. Oh gosh this is awesome! I've been thinking and thinking and thiiinnnnkinnnggg of what to do for wrapping paper coolness! Lovely!

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