Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Baker's Twine Gift Wrapping


Whether you're gift wrapping, crafting or tying up baked goods, baker's twine adds a fresh, yet nostalgic look to any project at hand! This clever {and simple} embellishment was the exact pizzazz I was looking for while wrapping a gift for my good friend, Brynn.

 
You Will Need:
Baker's Twine {any color}
Craft Paper {or newspaper}
Tape
Scissors
Gift Tag


1. Wrap gift in brown craft paper {or newspaper}
2. Measure and cut 3 pieces of baker's twine
3. Turn your wrapped package right-side-up and center the twine across the top. Wrap the ribbon around the package lengthwise and twist it in the center underneath the box. Bring the ends back up around the sides of the box.
4.  Tie the ribbon once in the center, then tie a bow. 
5. Add cute gift tag
6. Voila - extra special packaging!


That's a wrap!

24 comments:

  1. I love this look - so cute and pretty!

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  2. Super cute! Tell us how you made that cute label for her!

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  3. I love this wrapping. So cute!

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  4. I love the look! I wish I could use string/twine/curling ribbon/etc. However, my cats like to eat it! Unless I hide the package in a closet that's the only way I can use it. Just think how fun Christmas is. LOL xoxo A-

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  5. What cute wrapping! What program do you use to make your gift tags?

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  6. Very clever!

    Love the tags ... maybe you could do a fun little tutorial on how to make those? I would LOVE to figure that out because they add such a great touch to any gift!

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  7. So cute!! Love Baker's Twine!

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  8. i second the other girls- i need a tutorial on those adorable tags :) XO

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  9. Love this! I have to buy some of this twine -- michaels?

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  10. Like everyone else is dying to know...you have to fill us in on how you made that adorable gift tag! :)

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  11. Yes, I agree with Classic Annie! Tell us how you did the labels with her name. I have got to learn these printables

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  12. I went a little crazy with twine this past Christmas! I love it! I also used white twine with maps for my fathers birthday recently, so cheap, and looks great!


    Xoxo
    Just when you thought

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  13. I went a little crazy with twine this past Christmas! I love it! I also used white twine with maps for my fathers birthday recently, so cheap, and looks great!


    Xoxo
    Just when you thought

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  14. Adorable! I just bought a bunch in navy and I'm incorporating it into our wedding invitation suite!

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  15. Such a sweet touch for gifts!

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  16. Love me some bakers twine lady. Such a classy look. I love those little tags!! Where are those from??

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  17. So cute! I love this look. I need to start doing stuff like this. Loving the blog :)

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  18. so adorable! Where did you get your twine?

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  19. Christina, that is ADORABLE!!! I need to try that :)

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  20. SO cute Christina! Love that little tag! And you know I can get down with some baker's twine. I put that stuff on everything. Instant cuteness.

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  21. So precious! Kind of makes you want to not rip into packaging that pretty : )

    Have a great weekend, Christina!

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  22. that present looks familiar :)
    also the site is looking fab!!!

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