I’m offering a free gift-wrapping service on all my Etsy listings. Aren’t I nice? I bought a huge roll of brown paper and a ball of twine last month in preparation for all the presents I’ll be wrapping up for Christmas. I love wrapping presents. But although brown paper packages tied up with string is perfectly fine for my family and friends, I thought something more fancy would be better for customers. So, with a few more supplies, I made some little wrapping-paper baggies for my jewellery.
Here’s how I made them. It’s a very complicated process, I doubt anyone would be able to figure out how to do this without my step-by-step instructions…
There’s a much simpler way of doing this of course: it’s called using a stamp. But I couldn’t find any suitable ones in my village so I had to make do.
Once that’s dried, cut out a piece that’s wide enough to go around your box and about 6 to 10cm longer than your box (depending on how big your box is).
Wrap the paper around the width of the box and stick it down with glue or double-sided tape.
Take the box out and put some presents in. Flatten and fold the top over and stick this down with some tape or tie it with some nice string.