I love wrapping presents almost more than the actual presents. I’ve put together a series of wrapping guides where I share my favorite sources. For the most part I try to use cheap wrapping paper and ribbon and then fill it in with the occasional special materials. (I wish I could wrap every box in $5/yard ribbon but it gets cost prohibitive.) This is all stuff I have in my wrapping supplies I’ve linked to it where available. The Paper Mart Ribbon is my favorite just because it is really affordable.
F. PAPER: Green Ikea Wrapping Paper (from last year)
F. RIBBON: Dark Green Grosgrain from The Ribbonerie
This etsy shop that sells papel picado is a great find, they will even do a custom banner, which is pretty awesome. The baby mama banner makes me laugh. I am picturing a party with these, a taco truck, and some of
The Ribbonerie is on my list of must-sees for people when visiting San Francisco, of course just if you like an entire store choc full of exquisite, lovely, and vintage ribbons. I snapped this photo with my phone when I was in there this week. So pretty. Owning a ribbon shop is the kind of thing I’d like to do when I grow old.
Have a good weekend and if you like check out the Babble posts I wrote this week, there are some real gems.
Have you seen these opposite masks? I want!
The best (or rather most useful) present we got we didn’t know we needed.
The cutest mobile from Etsy I’ve ever seen. Clouds!
The best affordable art for a kids room.
These puppets are cute and crazy cheap.
These advertisements by Fame are great, I love the simple, vintage design. Pastrami Jack’s has since closed but the posters are timeless!