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Friday, 11 December 2015

Tis the season...


I've been playing with my like for ever kit and preparing for Christmas at the same time - result!  I love wrapping presents at any time of year but I always go a bit crazy at December... here are some of the presents I have wrapped so far...


The first one uses a few pieces of ephemera from the like for ever Wish List kit, a Pink Paislee paperclip, a Cocoa Vanilla bow and a peg covered with patterned paper.


Again this one uses a peg covered with patterned paper, plus some Crafty Ribbons lace, Wish List goodies and a few bits dug out from my Christmas stash.  I'd like to enter this at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge


For this one I've grouped some ephemera from Wish List, tied with some 3mm ribbon and stuck to the parcel with a Cocoa Vanilla bow.  I'm entering this at Avenue 613.


For this I've used a strip of patterned paper around the present, a few lovely ribbons and a couple of ephemera pieces from Wish List.


This one was just me playing with paper...  It turns out I can make a bow with only a few strips of paper!  Colour me dead chuffed!

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4 comments:

  1. I love your Christmas wrapping Laura.

    Hope you've had a fab Friday. Sue

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  2. Looks like you've been enjoying wrapping your presents, Laura! I enjoyed seeing the nice variety! Thanks for sharing these with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge this week!

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  3. Aw - how fun Laura! To me, the wrapping and those papers are often as good as the present inside - love to keep the papers and bows and ribbons to recycle into my cards! One fun thing is include part of the wrapping into the Thank you card if it has something distinctive... like that paper die cut bow. Thank you for sharing your project and creativity at 613 Ave C!
    ~ginny, DT for 613 Ave C : [ ATG / or Bags, tags, boxes twist]
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