Eco-Friendly Christmas Wrapping

 

 

Wrapping up gifts for those that I love is half of the fun of giving. I love to wrap gifts in vintage French linens but you could also use yardage of any fabric you have on hand or use other vintage linens. Vintage napkins are very generous in size and will be large enough for most small to medium-sized gifts. I wanted to share my sources for the gift wrap materials I use throughout the year.

1. I find most of my vintage linens through travel, Etsy, Elsie Green, and Trouve Prop. I love it when I find torn or more worn pieces that I can tear up to use in other projects.

2. I love incorporating foraged elements but when I can not find the turkey feathers on our land I love the addition of the feathers HERE.

3. I was so inspired by my trip to Morocco last year and I am hooked on the color, texture, and sound of cowbells from Morocco found HERE.

4. I love adding branches, leaves, or pines into all of my packagings. This simple touch adds so much texture, scent, and color to the package.

5. Jen Wagner created these beautiful hand-lettered tags for us and you can download them from HERE and use them on all of your own gifts.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Deborah

    Thank you for the lovely tour of your home and art studio. Such a treasure to see! Also, the wrapping ideas are beautiful!

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