How to Wrap Gifts with Emerson Lane
It’s almost here. And as of this writing, I have few presents actually wrapped. But never fear. Because Heidi’s Emerson Lane makes for beautiful packages tied up in string.
Finding a few boxes on the Silhouette Store, plus a gift box from Kerri Bradfore Studios, I was inspired to create some thematic gift wrapping. These boxes were cut on my Silhouette Machine using American Crafts Heavy Weight Cardstock.
While gathering supplies to wrap these presents, I also printed the Heidi Holiday Planner Freebie to use for gift tags. Pairing this printable up with some papers from Emerson Lane really gave these gifts a wow factor. Because. While the gift inside needs to be special, the wrap needs to oohh and aahh your recipient too. That’s my philosophy.
This It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year cut out was actually enlarged before I printed. Then layered on some pink hued paper from Emerson Lane.
I also popped one of the Emerson Lane Cardstock Sticker Hearts to the tag for just a little bit of interest and to tie the green back into the gift wrap paper. Baker’s twine always sets a gift tag off perfectly.
Be Merry and Bright was also enlarged before I printed. Then I die cut it out in a circle.
The circle tag was then popped on to more pink pattern paper which was also circle die cut. American Craft Twine and Ribbon added back in the green. I love to create sets of wrapped paper for each person. Just makes it easy to know what set of presents belongs to who.
This bit of wrap was super easy to make happen. The green base pattern was met with the polka dot pattern that was cut into larger notched tags.
I took the Merry Christmas tag from the Planner Freebie and stapled a snippet of ribbon to the end. Wrapping white twine around the end of the package the little embellishment was then added on top. Tad dah!
Make pretty packages tied up in string this year with Heidi Swapp Emerson Lane. The Planner Freebies make it super easy to share your most wonderful gifts with your most wonderful people. Oh. And Merry Christmas to you.