Six On Saturday: New Uses for Wrapping Paper
We all know that wrapping paper can add
a very special touch to a gift for a loved one.
But did you know that it can do more
than just cover your presents in style?
Unwrap six new uses for wrapping paper
that will leave you ‘present’ly surprised!
1) Create pretty napkin rings. Cut even strips of leftover paper, then wrap around your napkin and affix with tape. Now that’s a pretty easy–and cheap way to dress up your place settings.
2) Line your tray with pizzazz. Turn an old tray into a special serving piece with a single sheet of pretty wrapping paper. Just use some double-sided tape to hold it in place.
3) Give your walls a new look. Have you ever tried wallpapering your walls with wrapping paper? This great tutorial will show you how to change your room from drab to fab!
4) Wrap your table in style. Simply cut your wrapping paper with pinking shears to craft a runner. (You may want to use a little double sided tape to stick the runner to the table cloth.)
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5) Make a unique piece of art. Buy an inexpensive frame and mat set and use it to showcase a neat print or abstract design.
6) Prepare a pretty placemat. Turn rectangles of wrapping paper into placemats that you don’t mind getting messy. You can even write guests’ names on the edge to assign seats.
Do you know any other great new uses for wrapping paper?
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Love your blog. I have also made runners out of wrapping paper. I decorate for various events at our church. I’m usually working with a budget so I have to come up with inexpensive ways to decorate.For a Friends and Family Day I used red tablecloths and cut black and white damask paper in to runners. Made a point at the end of each runner, turned out really nice