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How to wrap presents creatively,
using fragments of paper and
miscellaneous items from around your house

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WRAP ART

All you need are pieces of paper, tape, glue sticks, hot glue or double sided tape, and these three ideas.

Absorb these 3 ideas

IDEA 1: BITS AND PIECES

You can use small fragments of paper.

You can use odd, non-wrapping materials, such as twigs, bottle caps or even colorful breakfast foods.

IDEA 2: TAKE IT EASY

Focus on the front of the package.

The back of the package is backstage; it's ok to let it be messy.

IDEA 3: CONTRAST

Contrast of color.

Contrast of light and dark.

Contrast of texture or material.

Contrast of line (angled paper on rectangular boxes).


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40 pages, 7"x7", full color, hardcover or paperback.


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