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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Perfect Gift Wrapping Ideas -- a Crafty Weekends Review & Link Party

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Disclosure: Tuttle Publishing gave me a copy of this book free of charge for this review. All opinions in my review are my own and I did not receive any other compensation. As in all my reviews I am providing links for your ease, but receive no compensation.

How do you wrap gifts? Do you just throw them in a gift bag? I'll admit I often do at least for gifts for kids. However I always love playing with gift wrapping. At work we charge at least $6 plus the supplies for gift wrapping. I'm always amazed when people pay it. I will admit the gifts always look beautiful when they are done. They are usually done in a seam line wrapping style. And today's book that I am sharing gives a tutorial in this kind of wrapping!

The book is Perfect Gift Wrapping Ideas by Hiroe Miyaoka. This book has so many fun and great ideas. The ideas use various things from around the house like newspaper, craft paper and even washi paper.

Ever have a cylindrical shaped gift to wrap? I never know what to do for them, but this book has a tutorial to wrap them beautifully.

There are even tutorials to make paper bags in different styles.

Even ones with handles as well as other simple everyday wrapping ideas!

Then to top the gift there are tutorials for different types of simple bows.


And there are two pages of tags, labels and stamps for you to use on your gifts as well.

This book has simple ideas to more complicated wrapping situations. I love it!! It is bringing the beauty back to gifts. How do you wrap your gifts?

  



Thank you to everyone who shared with us at last week's party!! It was full of creations and inspiring ideas!! Below are some features from the party, but this is just a small sample of great ideas shared! Our features this week are holiday themed (Flag Day is Tuesday and Father's Day is next Sunday) and everything else.


Also remember for your child-oriented crafts, activities, lessons, etc. Sharing Saturday is going on!! For any cultural related posts (diversity and/or multicultural as well) be sure to share at the month long Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop (a new one starts next week).

Features



1) From The Real Thing with the Coake Family: Easy to Make 4th of July Felt Napkin Rings

2) From Designs by Miss Mandee: You Rock My Socks -- Father's Day Gift


3) From Busy Being Jennifer: 'Merica Love Tee Shirt

4) From The Jenny Evolution: Tulle 4th of July Wreath

5) From Flamingo Toes: Rustic Ribbon and Lace USA Flag

6) From Living La Vida Holoka: Patriotic Washi Tape Paint Can Lanterns


1) From  Nap Time Creations: Felt Flower Hair Clip DIY

2) From Simply {Darr}ling: DIY Scrabble Tile Coasters

3From Pink Heels Pink Truck: Easy DIY Painted Flamingo Onesie

4) From DecoArt Blog: Painted Patio Table


Thank you to everyone who shared the last week!! I hope you will share again!! If you are featured here, please feel free to grab a featured button to display proudly on your blog. I would love the help spreading the word about Crafty Weekends!!





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 Please share family friendly crafts here. Just crafts and/or patterns--no recipes, lessons, etc. You can share craft product reviews as well. By linking up here you are giving me permission to share your links and to pin your links. Please follow my Crafty Weekends Feature Pinterest Board to see all the features from these fun link parties!