My Wrap Stash: Ribbons, Paper + More

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Here's a selection of several wrapping purchases I've made over the past month. Sale Ribbons from Designer Fabrics

These ribbons were a steal, found in a sale bin at Designer Fabrics. The two black ribbons (which I think are actually seam binding), were just $2 each per role. The ivory satin ribbon was $5 for 100 yards. Score!

Herringbone and polka-dot wrapping papers

I am so, so in love with this herringbone paper from The Paper Place. I've already used this sheet up on a gift for my dad (the whole family was ooing and awing over the paper), and I'll share a photo of that with you soon. The gold polka-dot paper is from Hanji, a great paper store in Koreatown.

Mini kraft envelopes

I picked up these mini kraft envelopes from Michael's. I've already found these envelopes handy for slipping gift receipts into.

Tissue-paper squares

Do you remember as a kid making craft projects by wrapping a square of tissue around a pencil end and dipping it in glue, then attaching it to paper? I think that's what these tissue-paper squares are for. I found them at the dollar store. Have no idea what I'll do with them, but I think they're neat.

 
+ Styling and photography by Corinna vanGerwen