GIFT WRAPPING & TRIMMING
Gracious gifts warrant special gift wrap. Make your gift-giving extra cheery with our vast selection of Xmas and Hanukkah wrapping paper that ranges from lovable critters to beautiful gold accents. Stay on top of birthdays and marriages by stocking up on wrapping paper featuring artwork or luxurious imported fine papers for a truly unique look -simply follow the links and banners in this article. For eye-catching late gift wrapping, using decorative gift bags, gift boxes, and tissue paper couldn't be easier. Add gift tags and colorful ribbon to your gift to give it a finishing touch.
Be influenced & Imaginative
As an alternative to thinking of wrapping gifts as a duty, try to find some creativity in the task. How do you want the beneficiary of your gift to feel when they see it? Should they smile? Should they laugh? Feel nostalgic? For those special check here gifts, take into account the wrapping to be an introduction to the gift itself-- setting the assumptions and echoing the tone of what's inside. You can draw motivation from best prices a bride's dress when packaging a wedding photo album. Crease a layer of pearly damask wrapping paper and add a string of imitation pearl decorations to mimic the bride's veil.
Wrapping for little kids
For the little ones, we suggest a tried-and-true method that website we use when children are younger: use one type of wrapping paper for each child. If you have a child who loves Hello Kitty or Lego, for example, think about using Hello Kitty or Lego paper for gifts.
Get Inspired by Nature
Go all out with a nature-inspired gift wrapping palette (think greens and browns) and top things off with uniquely Southern elements, straight from your local florist, nursery, or-- even better-- your own backyard, like a single cotton boll, eucalyptus flowers, or shiny Elaeagnus leaves.
Generate a Golden Glow
Silvery gift wrap paired with a wide wired ribbon that you can fluff up make a refined and stunning present.
If tying that perfect puffy bow feels elusive, fear not. Pine cones, evergreen clippings and pine needles can add a seasonal bit of flair to gift wrapping.