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New Baby and Baby Shower Gift Wrapping for Cool Kids

Posted by Lyndall Smith on

Looking for some fresh gift wrapping ideas for new arrivals? Giftwrapit has some really cool wrapping paper for new babies, baby showers, naming days, Christenings or 1st Birthdays. We have a strong hand-print/foot-print design reversible wrapping paper in either traditional pastel pink or blue, available in sheet or roll form. No fluffy bunnies to be seen in this option!   For a gender neutral colour scheme there is a pale green, silvery stork design or a mixed pink and blue baby vest design, both available in 2 metre rolls. Or you could go plain or stripey for a bolder look and...

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Celebration Ambush? Gift Giving Emergency?

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Wedding Giftwrap Inspiration for Unique Wedding Gifts

Posted by Lyndall Smith on

Looking for gift wrapping inspiration this wedding season? If you're going 'off list' for individual wedding gifts Giftwrapit have some pretty and romantic ideas. We have some fabulous quality (not naf!) glossy heart print wrapping paper in white and a subtle toned matte and shiny silver which looks great paired with red, pink, teal, silver or white accessories. Brown paper can be dressed in vintage style with beautiful wide vintage floral burlap ribbon, available in a 10m reel for larger gifts (or several weddings!). Or experiment with chalkboard gift tags and paper bags to personalise your wedding gifts.  

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In Praise of Pull Bows....

Posted by Lyndall Smith on

Pull bows...I can't say enough about these little flat packed miracles! The cheap and cheeky ultimate gift wrap hack that looks super professional with minimal effort. Every time I make one I feel a child-like sense of wonder that something so simple can work so well. There are a multitude of colours and finishes of pull bow available. You can contrast or co-ordinate pull bows with your wrapping paper, wrap them around boxes, hamper baskets, bottles, bicycles....yourself! When they are flat they look like an arrow-shaped piece of ribbon. You open the the 'tail' end and grasp the narrow inner...

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Why use good quality wrapping paper?

Posted by Lyndall Smith on

Let's face it, some of us love gift wrapping and will always go for the aesthetic over the practical. We have a theme or an overall effect in mind and will do what it takes to achieve it, whether the paper, tape or ribbon immediately cooperates to share our vision. For most people, though, wrapping the gift is as much of a chore as choosing what to buy in the first place. This is where good quality gift wrap and the right accessories becomes essential to making this job easier. The thicker the better? You would think so, right? Wrong,...

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