So we may not be thinking about wrapping gifts quite yet.
But if you perhaps were the type of gift wrapper who say, chooses a theme some years.
Or maybe happened to fall in love with some gift wrap and bought like, oh, I don’t know…17 rolls.
Because you were worried about running out.
And not having a wrap fail again.
What if you got halfway through wrapping and there was only Spongebob gift wrap left, and Patrick
was decorated like a starfish tree, and the remaining bows were smushed.
And the only tags you had left were teeny pieces of gift wrap with a piece of mangled tape holding them in place.
And the Grandparents look lovingly at your kids and ask “Did you help Mama wrap gifts?”
No, that was my wrapping job.
And let that be known as the last year I ever think I have enough gift wrap, and tags, and tape on hand.
I feel better now, thanks for letting me get that out.
This really is a gift wrapping intervention, before you get in trouble and someone asks you if a three year old
with a runny nose helped you wrap all of those well thought out gifts.
So while it’s not 17 rolls of cool gift wrap, it’s a head start.
And I cannot wait to mix these bright printable gift tags with some kraft paper, or black matte gift wrap
for a pretty pop under the tree.
I like to print these out on white card stock in the printer (the heavy duty paper in the scrap book area
of the craft store) trim the edges with scissors and punch a hole in the top. Run some string or twine
through and tie or tape in place.