Shipping tag shape, graph pattern, a sticker — this gift label is so much more than the sum of its parts. Graph shipping tag stickers (1.75" x 3"), $5 US per package of 10 (2 each of 5 colours), Letter C Design.
I stopped by The Paper Place this afternoon to check out their super sale (don't miss it — tons of great deals this week!), and I came across this fabulous fabric sticker paper from Korean company Daily Like. The entire sheet is fabric with an adhesive back so you can cut any-shape sticker you want. It comes in several pretty patterns, including this floral one, which is my favourite. I got caught up in looking at the sale items, but I'm going to have to go back and get this — can't stop thinking of it!
I have to admit, I'm not a hundred percent sure how I'd use these translucent pie-chart stickers for wrapping. Perhaps in place of tape, as a small To/From label or all over the paper in a pattern. Rainbow Dot Graphic Stickers, $5 US per package of 18 stickers, Poketo.
Like many people, I am totally addicted to Pinterest. Since I've been spending a lot of time on the site, I've found tons of ideas on how to wrap cookies and holiday baking for sharing with friends and family. Here are a few of my favourite ways to package cookies, as found on Pinterest:
- Patterned-paper backings for clear treat bags.From Middle Passages.
- DIY paper envelopes for single cookies.From Martha Stewart.
- Cookie tins made from Pringles cans.From A Thousand Words.
- Cookies in a glass tube.From Whole Foods Market (no instructions; image only).
- Pink paper bag with a message written on it.From The Yvestown Blog.
- As miniature cakes in clear boxes.From Martha Stewart.
- Sewn up in wax paper bags.
- As buttons, stacked and threaded onto ribbon.
- Individually wrapped in cellophane bags and labelled with custom stickers.From Everyday Occasions.
- Paper CD envelopes.From Better Homes and Gardens.
If you're looking for something cute and sweet in which to wrap your next batch of homemade cookies, look no further than Etsy shop romanticPINK. Featuring supplies from Korea, romanticPINK carries pretty rubber stamps, templates to make your own envelopes, and lots of adorable stickers and decorative tapes. But it is the shop's selection of food wrap that is the real draw. From printed wax paper and cellophane envelopes to patterned twist ties and labels in every shape and colour, you're sure to find something to make your home-baked treats look even more delicious.