Gift Wrapping, Naturally

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As a finishing flourish for these understated packages wrapped in our new black kraft paper, we plucked adornments from the garden for a rustic yet elegant look under the tree. From frothy cotton and cranberry beads to gilded ferns and living succulents, these foraged toppers add a touch of natural wonder to the season's gifts.

From left to right:
Echeveria, secured with hot glue and garden twine
Natural cotton pods and garden twine
Clump moss and garden twine
Cranberries, threaded on baker's twine with a tapestry needle
Fern fronds, coated in gold leaf and secured with spray adhesive
Wide burlap ribbon layered with jingle bell ribbon
Eucalyptus stem and tailor's ribbon

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  • AwakeningBohemia said...

    I love interesting gift wrap....especially when it's unconventional! To me, the wrapping of a gift is just as important as the gift itself! I love these options! xx ~Taylor of Awakening Bohemia Take a look at my interview with photographer, Ashley Camper, for my blog!

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