Unique Gift Wrapping with May Arts Ribbon!

Welcome to the May Arts Ribbon unique gift wrapping blog hop! The ribbonista elf's have been busy coming up with creative ideas to showcase how to use your May Arts Ribbon collection to wrap gifts this holiday season! 

For my project, I kept it pretty simple. No one likes to spend a long time wrapping just one present, so this one is quick and easy! For those smaller presents, use unique scrapbooking paper! I love to use Authentique paper. The texture and thickness of it is perfect for wrapping! I added ribbon around and finished off with a bow tied with my bow it all bow maker. On top I added a floral embellishment.

Now for the prizes! By commenting, you have your chance to win two amazing prize packs: Your choice of 1 roll of Christmas ribbon (including the new releases!) and one of the new Artful Accents. 

Here's the line up, and complete details can be found over on the May Arts Blog:



Products Used:
May Arts Ribbon- 7/8" Solid Ivory Checkered Ribbon Light Green
Authentique Paper- "Believe" collection


Shari Czerwinski said...

That gift is stunning! I never thought of using scrapbooking paper! Love the 2 different plaids also :)

Yolanda said...

Love the colors. Great idea thanks for sharing

Amy C. said...

I love that you used scrapbook paper. Beautiful job!

SandiB said...

Love, Love, Love this. I have always loved plaids and this package is gorgeous. The ribbon and paper compliment each other well. Thanks for sharing with us.

Sue D said...

Very pretty choice of paper and ribbon.

Heather said...

beautiful, I dont think I could use my scrappy paper for wrapping paper, maybe for that special gift.

Judy said...

Your plaid paper and ribbon makes this present beautiful. I like the little burlap string and embellishment you added.

TracyM #6773 said...

GORGEOUS gift wrapping Emily!!!
LOVE the paper, ribbon and LUSCIOUS double bow!!!
I have never used my scrapbooking papers to wrap gifts before and think it is a wonderful idea :)
THANK YOU for sharing!!!

Sherry Butcher said...

Great idea using scrapbooking paper, the ribbons is perfect. TFS.

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