Wednesday, 23 December 2009

My Christmas wrapping

Christmas ribbon
This year I am wrapping my presents in paper to match my decorations.

Christmas wrapping paper
Above pic from left to right:
Torie Jayne-designed paper for small gifts
Red/white spot paper from M&S
Blue/white spotty paper from Tesco
Shooting star paper from Cath Kidston
Christmas print paper from Cath Kidston

Have a sweet day!


  1. Oooh - I like the Torie Jayne paper the best, by far!! I totally dig your color palette. Merry Christmas!

  2. Lovely paper and ribbons! Merry Christmas to you and a wonderful new year! Thank you for all your kind comments on my blog, I look forward to reading more of your wonderful blog next year! xxoo

  3. Oh Torie it is all So lovely! Just the sort of wrapping I adore. Thanks for being part of my life- I look forward to travelling lifes curvy wonder-filled road with you in 2010. Love and HUGE San Francisco Hugs to you Darling.
    Merry Chritmas.

  4. Gorgeous paper and! And I love the paper you designed yourself....I always like the colours you choose.

    I have really enjoyed your Christmas posts - and have been admiring the reindeer you blogged about earlier this week. I was so impressed - but not surprised! - to see that you had made it is FANTASTIC!! I know that you are a designer....may I ask where you sell your items....or do you design for someone else?

    One last thing, I thought of you yesterday as I went past Anthropologie!! Sadly I was on a bus and not able to near and yet so far! Maybe next week....

    Merry Christmas!

    Simone :)

  5. Gorgeous paper! I match ours to our decorations too!

  6. gorgeous!
    happy Holidays, darling.

  7. I've used the Marks paper myself! I bet your presents are wrapped perfectly

    Victoria xx

  8. Hope you had a very merry Christmas, with lots of blessings--Gypsy Purple--Chamara

  9. Wrapping presents is like getting a handwritten note in the mail, or finding a museum ticket in a jacket pocket from a fantastic voyage. It's one of those incredible tangible experiences we can't get living on-line.


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