Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Gift Wrapping Ideas


It seems that a few days ago I looked at my calendar and September was just ending. How is it almost December? The one thing I systematically look forward to at this time of year is waiting for the first real snow fall. You know, that moment when the skies become white and fluffy, the city quiets down, and thick cotton-like fluffs fall from above in calming streaks? I might not love it as much come February, or March.. or April! but in December it has to be one of the most beautiful scenes nature has to offer.

The first snow fall hasn't hit Toronto yet, but we've been hard at work preparing for the holidays at the Style at Home offices! Whether you're celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah or just time off with friends and family, this time of year usually comes with wrapping a few gifts. I've prepared a few easy ideas to spice up your wrapping skills this year. What do you think? These are all you need to make something personal and pretty without spending a bundle.

To read more about these, take a look at my complete article here.

11 comments:

Jo Andrade said...

boa noite, gostei

Helene said...

Nice wrapping, I can't wait for the Holidays.

Zee said...

I would be very happy if some one gave me a gift so nicely wrapped :)

Claudie said...

The gift wrapping ideas come in handy :) I have some cookies to send for a cookie swap, and I'm still debating on how to decorate the packaging!

Chocolate Shavings said...

Claudie: Let me know which one you end up deciding on!

Chocolate Shavings said...

Zee: It's definitely difficult not to feel a tad special when you receive a nicely wrapped present isn't it?

Chocolate Shavings said...

Helene: Me too - I love this time of year ;)

Amy said...

Beautiful! I love your ideas. Those golden pine cones are gorgeous!

Chocolate Shavings said...

Thanks Amy!

Cooking Rookie said...

These are really beautiful ideas! I wish I could wrap like that...

pauloasiainbox said...

Fantástico! Há tempos procuro por trabalhos com esta qualidade. No Brazil ainda não temos algo deste nível. Congratulations!

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