Gift Guide 2008 { Gift Wrap }

As part of my Holiday Gift Guide 2008,
here are some suggestions for wrapping your gifts pretty this season!

Go see my post from 2007 on Gift Wrap for some eco-friendly suggestions that won’t cost you much!

Take the Handmade Pledge this Holiday season!

** Please note that the sellers suggested are NOT sponsors!
These are MY suggestions! **

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Tuli Tuli Card, by Essimar.

12 Gift Wrap ensemble, by Bubbo.

Plantable Seed Bottle Tags, by Porridgepapers.

Gift Wrap Sheet, by SarahMarieDesigns.

Snowflake Gift Tags, by SunshineandRavioli.

Eco-Furoshiki, by Salaryman.

24 Advent Calendar Pouches, by Nuvonova.

Oh Deer! Set of 3 Greeting Cards, by Steppie.

Gocco Snowflake Gift Tags, by Littleglowinglights.

Bloom paper, designed by BlackPearlPress, silkscreened by Rifferaff.

11 Comments

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11 responses to “Gift Guide 2008 { Gift Wrap }

  1. These are amazing finds, Janick. I particularly like the advent pouches and the gift tags.

  2. samanthahahn

    nice round-up!

  3. I love the stamped brown bags. I absolutely detest wrapping, and as much as I love pretty papers, it is kind of wasteful, not to mention a lot of work.

  4. Ooh – thank you so, so, so much for including me in your gift guide! I am honored to be next to some GREAT sellers!

    I love the colors, the selection, and the feel of everything. Startin’ to feel the signs of the holidays creeping in!

    xoxo,
    Steppie

  5. I’m glad you all like!!

    Minerva: I know, me too. I kinda use old magazines to wrap my gifts lol! Saw that Furoshiki? Perfect no-waste solution, right?

  6. chelsyanne

    I looove Porridgepapers plantable cards. I want to make some thing plantable:P

  7. hooray janick! xo!
    I am going over to buenostyles place to wrap some faux gifts for our Green Christmas Show on the 7th. We wish you were here to add your flair. ;) heehee! best wishes sweets.

  8. We’ve always saved the Sunday comic section of the newspaper to use as gift wrapping. The little ones especially enjoy it – they can read the old funnies while they wait for events.

    It looks fun, it is fun, and it recycles.

  9. ooooh! great picks! i love, love, love porridge papers and those advent pouches are so neat!

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  11. There is certainly a lot to learn about this subject.

    I like all the points you made.

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