wonky style gift wrapping from scraps

No seriously, I am so into the holidays. I normally don’t even do the gift thing but this year I am magically finding perfect little giving opportunities for the people in my life. But the best part for me is the gift wrapping – that is where the fun is to be had. I have a ridiculous studio that is so fabulous and it is filled with things to pull from for any project. I am an organized, focused hoarder. I love, love, love the personal label maker –  so I know where everything is right now. Easy! Buy the bins, buy the label maker – make it your New Years Resolution. okay that is another post let us focus on the wrapping of the gifts. This was so much Fun – yes capital F! Descriptions of what the materials are in the captions below each image.

Faux wood contact paper, creme constructions paper, found maroon ribbon and a white felt circle

Sports section of the newspaper, thrift store found rubber stamp "I love Grandpa", snowflake stamp, blue ribbon and blue cardstock

Tissue paper, school "practice writting" paper, "happy holidays" rubber stamp, peppermint striped bakers twine, candy cane stamp and colored card stock

Paper IKEA tablecloth, brown pok-a-dot ribbon, orange grossgrain ribbon, cardstock, rubber stamp tree from Anthropology

Tissue paper stamped with a bicycle (rubber stamp from Anthropology,) orange ribbon, green felt circle

White tissue paper stamped with snowflakes, vintage silver tinsel ribbon, blue card stock

School "practice writing" paper, creme construction paper, stamps and drawing with a LePen

Homemade Disney paper: 1$ store wrapping paper, 1$ store princess rubber stamps, cotton ribbon, creme construction paper. Stamp princesses all over and everywhere

Orange 1$ Store wrapping paper, Vintage orange plastic drawer liner (cut into a strip), white poof balls on a ribbon, stamp, drawing on creme construction paper

Vintage, yellow, faux canning, plastic drawer liner with a cotton ribbon covered in buttons and a red button snowflake ornament

Banking leger paper, bicycle and house stamp from Anthropology and red bakers twine

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