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Sewing-Inspired Gift Wrap

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There’s nothing as bah humbug as receiving a horribly wrapped gift. Even worse is receiving a present that is packaged the same way it left the store, which is the way my brothers usually do it. James and Gerrit, did I teach you nothing?

I love finding the perfect gift for someone, especially if it involves some sort of sneaky, recon mission, and then wrapping it in coordinating paper, bows and other stringy, glittery things. But for my gifts to sewers, how to cover the box or the envelope has always been slightly tricky. I’ve tried using fabric, but it looks beck-homecky. This year, my sewing-related gifts will be present perfect, thanks to sewing-inspired gift wrap I added to my shop on spoonflower.com. Available in both satin and matte rolls that measure 26” x 72”, it’s a pretty good deal at $13.50 each. Yes, it’s more expensive than the Hallmark variety, but does Hallmark carry this kind of uniqueness?

So, if you will be gifting a sewer this season, step up your wrap game and click here to see all the pretty papers.

While you’re at it, check out Rochelle’s gift wrap too!

Please note that it takes approximately 10-12 calendar days to print/produce an order. Rush shipping is available if the deadline is tight. Can be shipped internationally.
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10 Comments

  1. Reply

    Caroline Hulse

    These are so cute 🙂 What a clever idea.

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    Amanda

    How pretty! This will be perfect for wrapping my home sewn presents.

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    Dana

    I can’t justify wrapping paper however cute (and it is really cute) or pretty. Our extended family would fill 2-3 trash bags with paper that had only been used once or twice every Christmas. Then one year we all went on a cruise and packing boxes wasn’t happening so I made felt bags which I decorated with fabric paint. Some of those are still in use 5 years later. Now I use seasonal or fancy fabric wrapped as the Japanese do (Check out Furoshiki) or and secured with ribbon. It is all reusable and I use neither tape nor paper.

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      maddie

      I have heard about fabric wrapped gifts and I think it’s a great idea. I’ll check out Furoshiki before the holidays go into full swing.

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    Rochelle New

    Gorgeous paper, Maddie! Isn’t it so fun to design your own?! I’m really loving the look of the new site too. It’s beautiful 🙂

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      maddie

      Thank you! I’m digging your gift wrap as well!

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    Laney

    We just got one of these uniquely wrapped beauties in the mail – Thank you so much! Can’t wait to see what treasures lie inside! The paper is even prettier in person!

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      maddie

      So glad you like your gift. Because sewing friends are the best friends!

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    New Model Lamé

    So Pretty!! Please decide to design fabric too one day, I think you’d make a great fabric designer.

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      maddie

      Oh! You have my wheels turning!

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