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Beautiful Christmas wrapping on a budget
By Larissa Robinson-Joice (http://www.Giggleicious.com)
All you need. What to do.
Christmas wrapping is something Choose tissue paper than
that has to be done. But it is compliments a colour in the paper,
something that it is nice to take whether it’s the dominant colour
your time over and to be done you match or matching with one
with love and care. You could part of it, it has to match. Christmas
go out and buy the fanciest confetti is available everywhere
wrapping paper and ribbons and these days and especially on the
boxes but with the term ‘credit internet. It might not be an idea
crunch’ ringing in our ears it’s not to add it to presents for little ones
the best time to be doing so and but otherwise it’s a lovely addition
fancy does not necessarily mean and can be lovely to find months
‘tasteful’. later hiding under the sofa!
You can get some really nice
inexpensive wrapping paper
It is possible to make your So, make the inner layer tissue
these days but if you want your
Christmas wrapping stand out paper. Try not to use sticky tape
present to stand out and look extra
from the usual; reds, greens, golds at all but if you must then use
special steer clear of very cheap
and silvers without spending lots ‘Magic Tape’ as it does not reflect
thin paper and standard red,
of money whilst at the same time light and looks a lot neater. Add
green, silver and gold, especially
making the gift look enticing and confetti inside and out, preferably
metallic paper!! It doesn’t even
like you have taken a lot of time in a complimentary colour to
have to be Christmas paper as
and care over it. All it takes is a your wrapping. If you can’t find
long as it’s not 90’s throwback
few sparkly bits of confetti, some the right colours stick to gold’s for
paper that has been hiding in
coloured tissue paper and ribbon warm coloured wrapping, silvers
your cupboard forever.
or string and patience!!! for cool colours, reds for pinks
and reds and greens for yellows
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