I’ve had a flurry of orders this week (thanks, decor8 and Craft blog!) and ran out of the tissue paper I usually wrap my orders in. I just happened to have this elementary school manuscript paper lying around (bought for a project that I’ll probably never do) so used it to wrap my 2010 calendar orders.
I keep meaning to do a post about creative ways to wrap packages, but other things keep popping up. One of these days, I’ll write it. Possibly even before the holidays.
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I love wrapping things. That sounds funny… but I do. These look darling, I love the stamp at the bottom. Very sweet. Can’t wait for the full wrapping post! :)
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