Gift Wrap, JMS Style!

October 30th, 2010 in member junk     
shamrockerin shamrockerin, member
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This toile wallpaper was given to me a couple months ago by my bfs sister-in-law.
The green ribbon and little rosebuds were found for free in a bag of craft supplies at the Crumpton auction, right before I moved (how I MISS that place)
These gifts are for my mom-I think they look elegant.
The hot pink wrapping paper and the butterfly and poinsettia ornaments are from Dollar Tree.
The white tulle ribbon with gold and silver stars was found for free in the Crumpton bag of craft supplies.
These gifts are for my brothers gf, the mother of my only niece. I think shell appreciate the fun and funky wrapping.
This wallpaper was also given to me by my bfs sister-in-law.
The ribbons were also in that Crumpton craft bag that was abandoned (why would anyone throw all this great stuff away?!)
I bought the little fruit and bird swags at Dollar Tree- they were 2-for-1.
They remind me of colonial Christmas: these gifts are for my bfs parents and brother and sister-in-law. I think shell laugh when she sees the wrapping paper.
This toile wallpaper was given to me a couple months ago by my bfs sister-in-law.
The green ribbon and little rosebuds were found for free in a bag of craft supplies at the Crumpton auction, right before I moved (how I MISS that place)
These gifts are for my mom-I think they look elegant.

This toile wallpaper was given to me a couple months ago by my bf's sister-in-law.

The green ribbon and little rosebuds were found for free in a bag of craft supplies at the Crumpton auction, right before I moved (how I MISS that place)

These gifts are for my mom-I think they look elegant.


I know that it is only October 30th, but I foresee December being a very hectic month, so I'd like to be able to enjoy whatever free time I have and not have to worry about shopping and gift wrapping. Therefore, I've been picking up little gifts here and there, and I recently started wrapping them, using my junking skills of course!

I was at barnes & Noble the other day and noticed one roll of wrapping paper was $8.99! Why spend that much on PAPER?! It's a terrible waste.

These are my gifts that I've wrapped so far, using free and cheap materials.


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Comments (5)

shabbychick writes: Great use of wallpaper, etc.! So beautiful!!

Kathy Posted: 6:46 am on November 10th
Antique_Key_Photo writes: I especially love the toile! These are great! Posted: 10:33 am on November 5th
JunkArchitect writes: I'll bet you're glad you didn't spend the $8.99...great job.

Jim

Posted: 6:17 am on November 4th
suewhitney writes: Nicely done...very pretty and festive!

Take care
Sue Posted: 5:10 am on November 1st
MakinItHappen writes: Those are beautiful, Erin. Love em! Posted: 11:54 am on October 30th
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