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Sustainable Gift Wrapping

Sustainable gift wrapping. Why not use some everyday items to make your gift look unique and be fully eco-friendly.

Step by Step Guide

 

1.     SUPPLIES: Gather Sticky Tape, String, Scissors, Newspaper, Odd Buttons, things from the garden.

 

1.     WRAPPING: Using Newspaper carefully wrap your gift and secure with sticky tape.

 

1.     FAN EMBELLISHMENTS: Take a small piece of newspaper and fold it concertina, tape the ends together to create a mini fan. Use the hole punch and make a hole in the end.

 

1.     COMPLETION: Choose bright bold buttons that will really pop against the newspaper wrapping. Use the string to secure the buttons, paper fans and garden goodies.

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