Wrapped Up

Christmas Day is almost upon us, but wanted to share some of the gift wrapping from this year and some festive floral arrangements. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!

A nice Christmas-y plaid paper, red satin bow and fresh evergreens looks so sharp. Also used some artificial berries on the package in the back.

For my nephew's presents, I used a bright lime green paper, a fun grosgrain ribbon and a big christmas bulb. Kind of a subtle interpretation of Christmas.

More line green and grosgrain, this time with a plastic snowflake with marigold flowers I made into an ornament. I like the idea of having a little extra something to adorn a package.

A simple little arrangement in a small red glazed clay pot. I love the contrast of red roses with pine cones and greens.

And another slightly larger, with christmas bulbs and some fake berries.


George said...

You are too much babe! Very pretty. You would be horrified if you saw my wrapping jobs!

Thomas said...

I wonder what's inside those gifts.

Tall Drink said...

The gifts were less impressive than the wrapping, I assure you.

Anonymous said...

Lovely blog, just discovered it tonight on a link from desiretoinspire. Keep up the good work, your posts (especially of interiors) are simply stunning.

Anne-Marie said...

Very cute wrapping - it is so creative and festive. I like that you did separate wrapping for each and every gift - rather than making them all the same uniform wrapping. They look so thoughtful.

The Elegant Thrifter said...

Love your green gifts, and your florals are gorgeous! Stan