This Week on Pinterest

Pinterest LogoMy, my, it’s been a bit since I did a This Week on Pinterest post. The ideas have piled up, so this week is really more like “The Last Few Weeks on Pinterest.” A glut of wrapping ideas.

+ Bow tutorial. By Jenn Dove on Dove Art Studios. An easy and quick-to-make fluffy bow.

+ Maritime knot accent. From Paper Source’s P.S. blog. This nautical ribbon alternative would make nice Father’s Day wrapping.

+ Customize washi tape. From the Omiyage blog. A neat trick to getting a custom printed message onto washi tape. [Keep an eye out for my guest post on the Omiyage blog coming up — Marisa at Omiyage sent me a Fun With Neon Crafty Grab Bag that I’ll be wrapping some gifts with.]

+ Make your own gift bags. By Helena on Craft and Creativity. Tutorial includes a free PDF template download.

+ DIY felt boxes. By Jessica Jones on How About Orange. Love these. Need to find some stiffened felt so I can make a whole bunch…

+ Diaper pin as topper. From Pigeon Pear. Kraft paper, black grosgrain ribbon and a diaper pin — the most elegant baby-gift wrapping I have ever seen.

+ Taffy wrapped in floral origami. By Chelsea Fuss on Frolic. Fast and easy to make. A great party or wedding favour.

+ Ribbon-scraps bow. By Lisa Storms. Don’t throw away those ribbon ends you cut off; make another bow.

+ Hole-punched gift tag. By Erin Ozer on the Knot & Bow blog. Spell out a name with a hole punch. Genius.

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About Corinna vanGerwen

I'm a gift wrapping expert, writer, stylist and former decorating editor, writing all about gift wrapping on the Corinna Wraps blog.

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