A gift wrap that is as special as the gift itself! A delicate brass wreath gives this design a touch of sparkly elegance that is perfect for your loved ones.
Project developed in collaboration with Chloé Comte, artist and DIY blogger.
- Brown kraft paper
- Brass ringsn
- White wool
- Watercolour paper
- White pompoms
- Glue gun
- Glue sticks
- Letter stamps
- Leaf stamps
- Black stamp pad
- White stamp pad
- Folding tool
Step 1 :
Cut a piece of brown kraft paper big enough to wrap the gift.
Step 2 :
Ink the patterns before each use. Stamp the patterns on paper.
Step 3 :
While the ink is drying, fold a piece of watercolour paper in half and draw half leaves of your choice, on one side.
Step 4 :
Cut out the leaves, as well as their centre to mimic the primary vein.
Step 5 :
Glue the leaves to the brass ring, as well as the white pompoms.
Step 6 :
Cut a thin strip of paper (or tear by soaking the paper in water beforehand for a more natural effect).
Step 7 :
Stamp the initial of your choice in the centre of the strip and glue the strip to the back of the crown.
Step 8 :
Wrap the gift. Attach the crown to the gift wrap using white wool and tie at the back.
The wreath can be reused in a Christmas tree!