I’m really looking forward to being involved in the new stationery room launch at Fortnum and Mason in Piccadilly next week.
Our ribbons are stocked in the store and I will be gift wrapping live in their revamped stationery room on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th April.
As a ribbon stockist of the store i’ve already had a glimpse at their new collections and have been drooling over their Italian gift wrap… I have always been addicted to luxury stationery and have always have a good stock in the shop.
With it being stationary week in early April I thought I would share some creative paper projects which are easy to do and great for kids too.
Even if you don’t have a supply of gorgeous wrapping paper you can simply print your own if you have a PC. Type a message and print it out on A4 paper which is ideal for small gifts
I’m currently involved with several exciting projects which will be out later in the year, and wanted to highlight how easy it is to add personal and creative touches to gift wrapping
You can easily make paper Roses by cutting a swirl out of a circle.
Wrap it around your finger and let go and a rose will form. You can also add a small amount of blue or double sided tape to secure them
I’ve also cut out scalloped circles and this can be easily done by folding a square piece of paper into quarters and triangles then cutting a curve so when you open it your scalloped design is revealed
I have layered several of these scallops on top of each other in various sizes and secured them with a button and wire
Friends will love the fact that you’ve taken some thought and devised up a personal creation. Add some of our stitched ribbon it is transformed in to a luxury gift
With Paper Flowers you can let your mind go wild and create these fantastic masterpieces (which I found on Pinterest
) with some time and patience…
If you have any other gift wrapping ideas, we’d love to hear about them in the comments box below.
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