I’ll always be a fan of handmade paper. It could be because of its inconsistencies and unique features that make it one of a kind — and one of a kind is always good to gift. It could be because both sides of the paper are usable and therefore, wonderful to help coordinate stacked gifts without letting on that you used the same sheet. Let’s just say that handmade paper is a win-win. To recreate this look, here’s what you need:
First, wrap the larger gift with the wrapping paper, using the more patterned side. Wrap the smaller gift with the opposite side. This helps keep the gifts coordinated with the same color scheme, but adds some depth. Secure the flaps with double-sided tape and place washi tape over the seams.
Stack the gifts and tie down with silk ribbon. I chose to do four loops for a tad bit more extravagance. Secure the cork tag. Lastly, slip your mini card into the envelope, seal with washi tape, and slide under the silk ribbon. Done!
PS: come back on Thursday to see what was inside this wrapped gift!