Receiving a well wrapped gift can be just as exciting as receiving a gift. Wrapping is all about the details, the extra touches, that are not essential but are thoughtful and special for the gift receiver. At Christmas time especially, I love adding personal touches to my gifts, such as handmade gift tags, stamped paper, decorative/washi tape, embellishments like string, ornaments ie. bells or a christmas tree decoration, twigs, holly, stickers, confetti, glitter and special treats like candy or chocolate. I like that the wrapping is the beginning of the gift and what is to come…hopefully a thoughtful and loved present. Below are some beautiful wrapping ideas, just in time for Christmas.
When I started this post, I originally had something different in mind but these pretty, charming and practical pieces seemed to be a great edit for Mother’s Day. And as I think mum’s are darn special, I will be posting something all week, in gratitude to all the mum’s out there!
I’m loving the oversized knit and cashmere slippers. I would love to hear what you are planning to get mum?
There is something special and magical about Christmas. People start to slow down, laugh a little more and re-appreciate the things around them. We especially love watching Christmas through a child’s eyes and acting child-like ourselves. Here are some of the things that are making us smile this Christmas.