It's a Wrap - Part Two

December 16th, 2010 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Copper Leaf and Mountain Hemlock with its beautiful baby pinecones create the garnish for this package.
This little bundle makes a very beautiul bow. Bow, baby, bow! Sorry, couldnt stop myself from saying that. I tried, but no dice.
Start with the circle in the center and then loop the wrap side to side as many times as you like.
Throw a staple in the center when youre all looped out.
And you have yourself a bow.
Add the tree wrap and some chubby twine.
Knot the twine.
Attach the bow with the twine.
Love this Minnesota State Fair tag as a gift label.
All done up and ready to go!
Copper Leaf and Mountain Hemlock with its beautiful baby pinecones create the garnish for this package.

Copper Leaf and Mountain Hemlock with its beautiful baby pinecones create the garnish for this package.


Most of you know that I am not that big on the bow, but tree wrap sheds a whole new light on the subject...one that actually makes me like bows.

Most product on this post provided by Otten Bros Garden Center and Landscaping. Click here for more information about Otten Bros.


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Comments (4)

shabbychick writes: Love the bow, and really love the "chubby" twine! Nice job my friend!!

Kathy Posted: 3:28 pm on December 16th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Gotta get some of this banding bow material! Posted: 12:35 pm on December 16th
RustyDiva writes: Too beautiful to unwrap!
Kenda Posted: 8:20 am on December 16th
DErickE writes: Christmas season is coming and as a preparation for Christmas we are busy enough planning parties as well as looking for gifts for our dear love ones. Christmas decorations are very exciting too and I always seek to apply use and recycle like Copper Leaf and Mountain Hemlock and other things that are available to our house so that I can avoid to get my payday loan in buying Christmas decors. I always practice use and recycle and being imparted also to kids so that at their young age they are capable enough to do simple things into a more productive one and implying to them about the true meaning of celebrating Christmas. Celebrating Christmas is not merely on foods on the table or the number of gifts that we have received rather I value about the Christmas spirit and this is more on giving and sharing love not just to our dear love ones but to other people especially to those who are needy. Posted: 3:05 am on December 16th
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