Being told you’re appreciated is one of the simplest and most uplifting things. —Sue Fitzmaurice
Hello my dear ones. This is my final post of 2017. The kitchen is busier than ever at the moment but no recipe this time, just some gift wrapping inspiration. Nothing complicated, as always, paper, ribbon, string and a touch of flora.
Even what has died is beautiful. —Seyi
It’s autumn, and here in Montréal, even if you decide to pay no heed, you will find it hard not to see a beautiful transformation taking place. Stealthily and quietly, nature is at work as the Earth continues its journey to complete yet another trip around the Sun and though there may not be any fresh garden flowers to pick, there is still great beauty to be found.
Today’s post shows two examples of autumn-inspired gift wrapping. As well, down below, I show you how to make your own beautiful, hand-torn ribbon, as the one used in the photo below.
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I love wrapping up gifts! I could do this all day, every day. And it was just a matter of time before this obsession made its way to the blog.