Learn Delightful Ways to Wrap Gifts
Give a gift a beautiful meaning with your personal style of wrapping. Half the fun of receiving a gift is beautiful wrapping. The other part is looking at it, and trying to decide what’s inside. Surprise anyone with carefully wrapped candy boxes in easy to use templates.
Below a great selection of patterns are available for bags, and gifts boxes. This tutorial will show you how to create lovely ribbon styles, shape roses, and how to create fantastic gift designs.
Many materials are reusable. You will learn to take items people might discard and make lovely gift-wrappings. Japanese fabric wrapping is packaging developed by recycling materials from fabrics you might have close by.
Printable Gift Bags and Gift Boxes
Read on and discover the secret of printable packaging. This adorable wrapping creation will make your gift giving unique. Special paper is unnecessary.
Choose between 9 patterns and 5 styles of printable wrapping colors and designs for every season.
Download these easy to print wrapping and shape them right at home.
Add a personal touch with labels telling those receiving gifts how special they are. Change these labels anytime.
Blank Templates for Gift Box Wrapping Creations
The use of templates makes creating personal gift-wrapping easy. Getting a reputation for the prettiest wrapping is quite a compliment. Here are some favorite templates:
Pillow- This template is easy. Get a double download with two different sizes for a fun shaped pillow wrapping.
Cube- A cube-shaped is fantastic for the smaller trinkets. Use it for jewelry, or candy. Add ribbons and this little box makes an entry.
Heart- This heart shaped box folds into place with prefabricated slots, great for a wide range of holidays.
Chinese Take-out boxes are creative and fun. Make this box in a snap. Shapes into 3 sizes.
Blank Bag Templates
Gift Bag & handle is a practical and handsome design, works for a special treat.
Simple bag is a treat to make. Just print, make the fold along the lines and glue.
Make Your Own Gift Box, Origami Style
Integral Lid Origami folds over with crafty triangles. The look of the box is pretty. Only one sheet of paper is required for a smart gift enclosure.
Separate Lid requires two items of paper, paper scissors, and a few moments to fold this firm little box.
Easy Origami bags lets you prepare dozens of trinkets for wrapping since it only takes 30 seconds, and it is ready for use.
Rectangular Boxes for gifts have a special template with remarkably easy to follow instructions. Create a rectangular box for all occasions.
Gift Wrapping Techniques
Ribbon Flowers are a delicate way to decorate a card, gift boxes, or bottles of any kind. Show off your skills after watching a quick how-to video.
Ribbon Bow Tying turns an ordinary box into a work of art. Use a handy ribbon template.
Special Gift Packaging instructions show you how to manage ribbon-weaving, ripcord quick covering, or Japanese fabric wrap. This tutorial shows you how to use little things to make great gift-wrapping.
Making Gift Tags & Envelopes
Square Origami envelope 2 shapes let you present gifts with flare. Fold the paper and you have a neat gift tag.
Origami Heart design looks unique. This is a bright change in paper folding.
Printable Christmas Tags are fun and you can make them as colorful as you like.
Card or letter envelope designs give that special touch to holiday cards and special wishes.
Square Origami shows new style in folding letters.
Lovely gift-wrapping is fun to give away and it is entertaining. These candy boxes are affordable and beautiful.
Theaters for Adults?
I recently asked my girlfriend what she wanted to do on a Saturday afternoon. Lately, we’ve been a bit lazier in choosing to lounge around the house or sit on our back porch. I can’t even say it’s a bad thing considering how busy we find ourselves during the middle of the week. But for some reason this past Saturday, it felt like we needed to go out and do something.
Luckily, my friend suggested seeing a performance in the theater. I was quite up for the idea considering we haven’t seen anything for almost two years. What a hiatus, right?
So, we actually decided to go to a theater that we’d never experienced before. It was a theater in the middle of the city that allowed you to eat good food all while watching a performance. I honestly had never been to such a place before, so I was excited to go.
Let me just tell you the joy and childlike wonder we experienced while in that theater. We ended up having the time of our lives that afternoon watching the new art performance, which seemed to be geared towards kids more than anything. We ended up getting a few cold drinks a piece and a charcuterie and cheese board.
It honestly took me back to my younger years when I looked at the theater as a place of wonder and imagination. Instead of my candy boxes and popcorn and soda, I had meat and cheese and soda. It was the exact same feeling I used to get, only it was adapted to my adult lifestyle in the here and now.
All I can say in one simple word is “wow.”
What’s funny is a coworker of mine has been going there often recently and I had never really understood why he went every other week. Now, I feel like I’ll be back there somewhat often no matter what performances the theater is showing simply because I want to try more of their sodas and more of their food.
You can bet that that was one of the most fun experiences I’ve had in a long while. More than that, it was one of the most unexpected experiences I had. Never again do I have to think about going to see a performance in a traditional theater and overspend on okayish popcorn and candy boxes that are 5 times their original price. Now, I can spend what I normally do on food and a few sodas, only in the comfort of a nice chair and table and within a large theater.