Monday, December 10

Wrapping paper



Even though the temps here in Atlanta reached the 70s this weekend! I got into the Christmas spirit and made some wrapping paper. I put the finished gifts on top of the mantle since you can't even see them under the tree. I had so much fun, I used rubber stamps that I made a few days ago. If you want to learn how to carve stamps, check out the Make Workshop.

21 comments:

  1. meg (mischievousmeg)December 10, 2007

    your paper is fantastic and so beautiful. were i a recipient of such a lovely package, i imagine i'd have to squelch the urge to frame the wrapping paper. (but i probably would anyway.)

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  2. really, really lovely papers!! your mantel looks great. i especially love the wreath, so full and so simple!!

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  3. stunning! i love the mix of the amazing paper and the chunks of coral. nice!

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  4. beautiful! great work michelle!

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  5. wow! it looks beautiful! how impressive

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  6. wow! it looks beautiful! how impressive

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  7. Oh my God, these are amazing!! Wow, so impressive.

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  8. Ooh!! I love this wrapping paper! Very very inspiring and creative! This must have taken you soo long! Way to go!

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  9. Michelle, your paper looks terrific. Next year, I will be so creative! But, I've most definitely run out of time now!! Maybe if I start in the summer?

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  10. Such gorgeous paper, your presents look so beautiful and I love the idea of them all along the mantle. Beautiful design.

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  11. ooo - you seem to be in the creative spirit! Nice job...I love these...I wonder what is hiding in beneath that gift wrap.

    can you send me your new address pleasE??!

    http://www.theshinysquirrel.com

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  12. so lovely! you've inspired me - totally!

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  13. Hey Michelle, what kind of brown paper did you use? Thanks.

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  14. Julie, I used regular old brown packing paper from Office Depot, it was 4 bucks for a big roll.

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  15. I just returned from the store with a big roll of brown paper which I'd intended to stamp with brown ink to make wrapping paper when I came across your post. The bright colors you used are gorgeous. I may have to rethink my plans...

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  16. i love it, your gifts look lovely!

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  17. i like it lots...I am actually moments away from wrapping presents with brown paper (procrastinating on your great blog). I may be inspired to do something good.

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  18. so beautiful michelle! glad to see you're putting those stamping skills to good use ;o)

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  19. Seriously, you make your own wrapping paper too. And sew napkins. And make jewelry. Somehow in all this time I never noticed how far back your blog archives went. So now I'm snooping around. There is not an uncreative bone in your body. Or vein, or cell, muscle, or cartilage for that matter. You are amazing. Now excuse me while I get back to snooping.

    :0)

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