30 of 39 Button Gift Wrap This button-stamped gift wrap is fun to make.
Photography: Thomas Straub Match a citrus-and-pink wedding palette with these hexagon tags that can tie to an array of favors depending on the length of ribbon you choose.Use fluorescent artist's tape or plastic lacing (that stuff you braided into key chains during recess as a kid).Then wrap your present and adorn it with ribbons and homemade cards.Get printable heaven discount code the Spring Motif Tag Template and How-To.Enclose the gift, bind the package with a green satin ribbon, and finish it off with a slim brown ribbon tied in an elegant knot.
Use a ruler or bone folder, available from art-supply stores, to make neat creases 9 inches, 12 inches, and 21 inches from a short side of the paper.Wrap bottle, and tape.Clockwise from top left we used: Vintage wallpaper; Chinese newspaper topped with colored paper; recycled map; grocery bag with Japanese beads.Find them in Asian markets and outdoors.Enclose gifts in special wrapping paper covered in impressions made with a square rubber stamp.Get the "Cheers" Favor Tag Template and How-To 14 of 23, tea Bag Tag.Choose a slide, photography: Emily Roemer 1 of 23, favor Tags Six Ways.Custom-print your own wrapping paper using plain old rubber stamps.How to Make the Fitted Bottle Wrap If you're still searching for that perfect gift wrap, look no further than your local newsstand.The outer layer is a 12-by-27-inch piece of Japanese kozo paper (commonly known as rice paper and available from specialty paper stores) backed with green paper.
Once wrapped, add special trimmings and gift tags to your package.
Cinch tissue at neck with a ribbon, and add a tag.
Tiny cards with matching envelopes make nice gift tags, or you can multipurpose some mini sticky notes for a neat postmodern touch.