It's a Wrap - Part Three

December 16th, 2010 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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So easy to do, but the recipient will think you worked all day.
As you can see, I like using the tree wraps together.
The natural star of the show....the mushroom.
I tucked some under the bow with reindeer moss and....
I attached one with twine as a gift tag.
So easy to do, but the recipient will think you worked all day.

So easy to do, but the recipient will think you worked all day.

This package showcases another of my faorite wrapping papers....butcher paper. Go to your local butcher and purchase some today.

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Comments (6)

thischarminggirl writes: Awesome idea! Where did you get the shrooms? Posted: 2:57 pm on December 17th
JunkArchitect writes: Incredible use of all the different material but the crazy mushroom is the best!


Posted: 4:12 pm on December 16th
shabbychick writes: Nice one - again!! The mushroom/nametag is so cool!

Kathy Posted: 3:29 pm on December 16th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Butcher paper is wonderful stuff. Incredible use of a mushroom! Posted: 12:36 pm on December 16th
RustyDiva writes: Gorgeous! Love the mushroom.
Kenda Posted: 8:21 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 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: 3:08 am on December 16th
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