We’ve got a new gift wrapper out this summer for you!
Do you like it?
It’s got a colorful, festive feel and it comes out just in time for the Easter Season! It’s designed by Papemelroti artist Calej
We love the saying, “Life began in a Garden”.
Fittingly, this wrapper is called the Garden Wrapper.
You’ll see a bird and a butterfly! The bird signifies our freedom from sin and death won by Jesus, our Savior and Redeemer! We now have the freedom to be the best we can be and to be the people God has made us to be!
The butterfly is a symbol for new life in Christ!
Wrapping paper ISN’T just for wrapping gifts! You can use it for a whole lot of purposes! Read on…
Way #1. Use the pretty wrapper to line your drawers! Keep the dust away and add a delightful scenery surprise every time you open your desk drawer!
Way #2. Cut out the different design elements on the paper and paste onto your scrapbook pages to decorate the pictures. You can make a border around a picture like this —
Way #3. For a change, take out the old design and put this design to your drinking tumbler!
Way #4. Cut a piece of the paper into 8 x 5 inches and set aside. Cut a 8 x 5 inches cardboard piece. Lightly glue the two pieces together. Fold in the middle. Write your greeting inside!
Way #5. To make the Stringtie Notebook, just cut a piece of the Garden Paper into 4 x 5 inches and set aside. Cut a piece of cardboard or Illustration Board into 4 x 5 inches. Lightly glue the 2 pieces together. This will be the front cover of the notebook. Make another piece just like this for the back cover.
Gather blank paper sheets (recycled paper is best!) to be used as inside sheets.
Punch a hole at the top left corner and string together.
Way #6. Get a load of clothespins to use as your base. Cut the Garden Paper into strips with just the same size as the top portion of the clothespin. Lightly glue on and voila you have your brightly colored clothespin clips!
Way #7. Cut the Garden Paper using this Pattern.
Cut several of these and then punch a hole at the top. Hang on your window!
You can also hang them one on top of the other like a mobile!
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