Sunday, June 17, 2012

Kraft Krush Day 7: Fifty Ways To Wrap With Tags & Embellishments




Here we are. Last Day.

Math isn't my favorite (sorry Mom)(sorry Mom's 8th grade algebra students),
but by my count there are a total of ONE HUNDRED SIXTY FOUR
gift wrapping ideas in this series.

Today we're wrappin' it up - pun intended - with 50 tag and embellishment ideas.
As per usual, some are simple, some not so much, but all make my heart go pitter patter.
Study them, tweak 'em, make 'em your own, but most importantly:

go forth and make people feel special.


Okay, here we go.


Tags






 {so easy with the cheater chalkboard method}

























Embellishments

{making your grocery-bag-brown drab package look less like trash and more like awesome}:































































































































And just to make it 165 ideas total this week, here's #51.




9 comments:

  1. This has been such a wonderful series of ideas! Thanks for posting these for us. I have them all pinned to come back to when I need some inspiration! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

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  2. These are great, thanks for sharing!!!! :D

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  3. Look, I'm even coming out of the lurking closet to applaud you, the queen of wrap. Amazing sourcing.
    But now, I bet this means I have to wait AGES between posts, again *sigh*
    Carlos better appreciate you.

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  4. I also love this series, I just found it today, but I really enjoy it! I love your blog!

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  5. This makes me want to drop everything and find something to wrap!!!!! Love it all! How many days until Christmas??! Is it bad that I am thinking about counting?

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  6. I usually wrap small presents with magazine pages, I choose the most colourful ads (and even connected to the receiver of the present ;) and fold them as envelopes! Also I use these papers that come inside bags when you buy them, because even creasy they look so good!

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  7. Love all your wrapping ideas! ... have been inspired to try making some of my own bows!!
    http://imadeitforyou.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/my-niece-has-recently-just-turned-three.html

    Thanks you!

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  9. Thank you so much for sharing my package :)

    Warmly
    Silvia

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