McMaster and Storm Giveaway

McMaster and Storm Giveaway

McMaster and Storm Giveaway

THE MCMASTER AND STORM GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

To find the McMaster and Storm Gift Wrapping Tutorial, click here. The tutorial is divided into four posts, labeled Gift Wrapping Tutorial, part one through part four.

Wow, can you believe the awesome gift wrapping ideas the ladies from McMaster and Storm shared with us? They are amazingly creative, I am really wanting to try some of those ideas. Boy do I wish I could visit their shop! Be sure and contact them via their blog or email address if you would like to make a purchase from their store. Word is they will have an e-commerce site up soon, and more exciting things are in the works for them! Thank you SO much for sharing, Kara and Darcy!

As if their tutorial wasn’t enough, they have put together a fantastic assortment of gift wrapping goodies for a lucky winner! Please leave a comment on THIS POST between now and Saturday December 8 for the drawing. Feel free to comment on all of the posts (in appreciation for our lovely guest contributors!), but don’t forget to leave one here! However, there is a small catch, just to make it fun and spur our creativity as we head into gift giving season!

McMaster and Storm Giveaway

In order to be entered into the drawing, please leave a comment sharing your favorite creative gift idea. Something any of us could find or put together pretty easily to make a fun gift. What are some great ideas for filling those boxes Kara and Darcy shared? I loved the idea of lots of little gifts within the big gift box. So much fun to open! We can all use ideas, so share away!

Have fun and best of luck to everyone! The winner will be chosen at random and announced here by Monday December 10.

McMaster and Storm Giveaway

McMaster and Storm Giveaway

Thanks again, Kara and Darcy!

Don’t forget there will be another fabulous giveaway this week from French General, so you will have yet another chance at winning a prize! More inspiration to come, click here for A GLITTERING ICE SCULPTURE PROJECT!

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four

 

You have arrived at the fourth and final installment of this Gift Wrapping Tutorial by featured guests Kara and Darcy of McMaster and Storm in Greenville, Ohio! If you want to start at the beginning of the tutorial, click here! Stay tuned for our next featured guest: Sandra Evertson. She has an amazing holiday idea for you, I can’t wait to show you! Now, back to our fabulous Gift Wrapping Tutorial:

In this picture we used vintage paper ribbon found at a garage sale. Find funky faux fruit to add interest and unexpectedness to tuck in ribbon. For the circle tag we used Paris map paper and adhered to card stock, punched a small hole and stuck a corsage pin in to secure. This gift was an Amy Butler bag, so the pin was stuck into the fabric of the bag.

 

In the next photo, we share our version of a Hanukkah gift. We added apple green ribbon to add contrast to the blue tissue. Filler was added for texture and the natural color softness. A Cavallini label was added and stamped with the recipients name. Again the “gifts” pop out of a box!

 

 

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four

 

Here, a section of boxwood garland was wrapped around a container.

 

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four

 

Another package to show dimensional pizazz!

 

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four

 

May you all have a blessed Christmas season!

Wishing you all the best,

With love,

Kara & Darcy

Stay tuned for the McMaster and Storm Giveaway Post (click here), and more inspiration to come all week long!

Gift Wrapping Tutorial Part Four
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