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How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

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How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

Is your phone full of photos? Mine is, and so is my computer. ALL THE PHOTOS. You probably know that I’m obsessed with photography, so I decided to show a few ways how you can use your photos in your wrapping. I’m pretty stoked with these and I know it’s something I’d love to receive. So, here’s how to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos…

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

This is the simplest option ever. This is a photo that I had printed using Picture Postie {the photos are on the smaller side, so they work with various size parcels}. I grabbed a striped box from my local junk {bargain} shop and some pom-pom string from Inky Co.

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

Ta-da! I love this so much. I actually gifted this to my mum, as a thank you gift, and she thought it was beautiful… which is spot on, because it is. So simple, but special.


 

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

This is another easy idea. I printed this photo from my trip in San Francisco using Artifact Uprising. The photo is actually thick card and is perfect for this gift tag idea. I used this tag cutter from Spotlight. The brown paper was $3 for a roll from the local newsagency and the ribbon is from Inky Co.

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

It’s such a fun idea. You could use photos of the people you’re gifting, or do a Christmas shoot and use themed photos. The possibilities are endless!


How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

I’m super crazy about this idea. Love JK has this cool option to customise your wrapping paper. There are loads of designs, and the process is simple. Upload your photos, Love JK turns it into awesome wrapping paper, and they send it out to you. I bought a roll which cost me about $10.

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

See how pretty it is? There are loads of designs to choose from.


 

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

And lastly, but not least… the beloved photostrip. I printed out some photostrips from Social Print Studio, and then grabbed some sparkly washi tape. This happened…

How to wrap your gifts using your awesome photos

I’m loving wrapping with photos, and hope you do too!

@Fatmumslim