Monday, December 1, 2014

GIFT WRAPPING IDEAS AND SPECIAL OFFERS

Aah .. don't you love Christmas time!

One of the things I love about Christmas is wrapping gifts for families and friends.
You can get as creative as you want and use any materials you probably already have around the house.

SOME CREATIVE GIFT WRAPPING IDEAS:





SEE THE COMPLETE HOW-TO HERE:


1. Paper straw snowflake - Centsational Girl

2. Crossword - Babyology

3. Fabric wrap - Crafty Crafty TV

4. Interactive gift wrap for kids - Lines Across

5. Tree Gift Toppers - Fellow Fellow


Also, don't forget ... MossyJojo and some of my handmaker friends are offering these special offers on Kids Nation magazine. I thought I'm just sharing them here again with you.

Mossyjojo
20% off all prints
Code: KIDSNATION20
Expiry: December 31, 2014

Love Joy Create
15% off all items
Code: KIDS15
Expiry: December 31, 2014

Spring Originals
25% off all items
Min. purchase: EUR25
Code: KIDSNATION2014
Expiry: January 1, 2015

Babee and Me
10% off all items
Code: 10OFFKIDS
Expiry: January 1, 2015

Mujoyas
10% off all items
Code: KIDSNATION
Expiry: December 31, 2014

Shlomit Ofir
20% off all items
Min. purchase: US$50
Free shipping
Code: KidsNationmag20
Expiry: January 1, 2015

Toco oco
10% off all items
Code: KN10TO
Expiry: January 1, 2015

Little Sapling Toys
10% off all items
Code: KIDSNATION10
Expiry: December 31, 2014

Enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. The crossword gift wrap is fabulous! Love it :)

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  2. I love that crossword wrapping paper! And the interactive wrapping is so smart. It's kind of like two gifts in one. :-)

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    1. Yes it is isn't it! and Double fun :)

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  3. Love the crossword paper, and for kids is the racecar packaging super awesome!

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  4. Great ideas here! I love the crayons taped down to "blank canvas"!

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  5. The fabric wrap reminds me of furoshiki, it's one of my favorite ways to wrap anything ever. All gorgeous examples :)

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    1. Hi Van yes I believe it is furoshiki technique! I've never tried it myself. But it's a lovely way to wrap a gift especially those that are hard to wrap :)

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  6. Great gift wrapping ideas. And lots of great coupon codes. Thank you for sharing. =0)

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