It’s holiday season again! And it’s my favourite time of the year but indeed it’s the busiest month. As you know, wrapping presents is the essential point on my holiday to-do-list. I like decorating my own gift wrapping and presenting them in such unique and special way. I will talk later on another post how I wrap my festive gifts this Christmas but today I like to share this DIY Kraft Favor Bags. They are perfect for wrapping a small present such as Christmas chocolates & candies for children, cookies or minced pie for your neighbour and even as a party bag for your festive dinner. Below are three easy and fun ways to decorate your kraft favor bags. Simply get the kraft bags from local craft shop, let’s wrap it up!
Looking for graduation gift inspirations? If someone close to you is graduating this year, spoil them with these handmade graduation awards. Surprise them with a little award that saying all the best wishes to congratulate them. They can be customised with their favourite colours and their name to add more personal value. This medallion is perfect as a gift topper or upsize to the larger size for a party backdrop of their graduation dinner. Just stick them on the wall in different colours, motifs and sayings, so much fun!
It’s that time of the year again! When you find the idea of making holiday gift wrapping as exciting as the gift. I love giving the final touch with pretty packaging. It won’t cost you much when you basically use what you’ve got in your craft supplies stash. Here’s some tips I’d like to share:
Who says creating DIY for your anniversary gift is time consuming and intricate? This ultimate anniversary gift package is easy and quick to make, but it will definitely blow your partner’s mind!
You all know about my love for making everything pretty and the fact that I do my own gift wrapping for my friends. Normally, I like to mix and match wrapping paper with ribbons, gift toppers, tags, laces, strings, any decorations you can think of. I just realised I have never made my own wrapping papers. Today, I like to share how I create versatile wrapping papers with a burst of colours in different shapes and patterns.