20 Dec

IMG_2910Some paper bags, baker’s twine, colored labels and old sheet music made this year’s wrapping inexpensive, easy and eye-catching.

IMG_2916“The Lady Down The Hall” was my least favorite song to sing in voice lessons, but it certainly came in handy for this Secret Santa gift. It’s a good thing that I save every gift bag ever given to me because I reused this green patterned bag to create a tree shaped label. IMG_2924Avery color coding labels bring out my love for both Christmas and polkadots. IMG_2922I don’t care if the glitter sheds everywhere, glitter bows are always the way to go.IMG_2920Bringing  a little nature from the outside inside adds texture and a wonderful pine smell.


One Response to “”

  1. stampwizard January 11, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

    Isn’t it amazing what a person can do with items that we’d probably throw away (brown paper from packing material – I get tons of it in shipping boxes, old sheet music, old book pages, etc). The punched out polka dots are cute but you can also use your rubber stamps to make designs. You are very creative!

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