Wrapping Continues

the wired ribbon ( whole spool) was used on this and cut into three pieces. the gold slim ribbon was from the SU Christmas book. the snowflakes were die cut with the lawn fawn stitched snowflakes die. the pearl is from Jollees, the layers of snowflakes are up on pop dots above the avery tag. 

I had one piece too tall to fit inside the round box and close the lid, so I placed that piece on top of all the other things in the box ( all wrapped) and decided to tie the lid on, the square box under the bow is holding a Christmas card ( lumpy, boxed) 

the second altered gift sack, I love how these look when finished and filled with the cards, this one and the one after it I used some score tape to keep the flap folded in place instead of stitching the edges. 

a third altered sack for wrapping multiple gift cards. 

slim tags trio die with Hero Arts sentiment. May Arts ribbon, unknown old Christmas papers. 

the green snowflakes ( wooden) kind of threw me for a loop when I seen them, and I thought I would have to paint over them but, thought the green blended pretty well with this ribbon ( also found at Joanns recently) the gingham tissue is also from Joanns. 

So I picked up some of these tin gift card holders at Joanns a year ago on a deep sale after the holidays and decided to alter one today to better suit the person (man) receiving this card. 

Lawn Fawn stitched snow die with a wooden snowflake (joanns) with an old wooden button and May arts burlap string. 

a finished view of the card holder box.

1 comment:

Angie said...

Stacy, thanks for stopping by my blog today! I am so glad I hopped by yours. Wow! These gift wrappings are so fancy! What a treasure! Love the altered tin too!