Wrapping Paper as Art

comments (6) August 11th, 2008     

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Snow & Graham wrapping paper framed on left. Mati Rose print on right.

Snow & Graham wrapping paper framed on left. Mati Rose print on right.

Photo: by me

Looking for some inexpensive art? Try framing a piece of beautiful wrapping paper. Many stores, like Paper Source, now sell single sheets of high-end wrapping paper, or you can simply cut a piece from your favorite roll.

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Comments (6)

ktlovescupcakes writes: verry nice idea!
Posted: 8:11 pm on September 9th
ndraime writes: Truly a cute idea, one could also use scrapbooking sheets

ndraime/Yesterday/Todays Market
Posted: 1:30 am on August 31st
Sherryle writes: That is a really good idea, makes great pictures, especially on a tight budget. Thanks for the idea. Anymore I'm open for alot of ideas.
Posted: 12:36 am on August 24th
GIFTBASKETS writes: You can also use wrapping and packing for your gifts.Giftbasket wrapped in different style in various designed baskets gives the gift an excellent look. A simple and delight look which fills everyone hearts with happiness and joys. Happiness like, when we see the RAINBOW IN THE SKY, when a little baby put up his first step. Similarly Giftbasket spreads happiness all around you and your dear & near one.

http://www.giftbasketsdelights.com/
Posted: 3:20 am on August 12th
rachelpink writes: You've inspired me, and I did it. Found really sweet (and cheap ) paper at Kate's Paperie. I've always wondered what to do with gorgeous wrapping paper that's too pretty for presents--now I'll just frame it (which could be a present in itself).
Posted: 7:10 pm on August 11th
LolasMama writes: That's a really good idea! Here is another similar idea: You can buy pretty single sheets of paper and fold them over a canvas, layering so that you see different amount of each paper, and then use a staple gun to adhere to the back of the canvas. I have these hanging all over my house! It also looks cool to cover the seams of the paper with ribbons in different widths, colors, and textures.
Posted: 2:39 pm on August 11th
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