INSIDE : Learn how simple it really is to elevate your packages with Paper Punch Wrapped Gifts. Use this fun Martha Stewart paper punch along with your favorite scrapbook paper to create a cool 3D gift embellishment.
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“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens.
Brown paper packages tied up with strings.
These are a few of my favorite things…” (Who knows this song?)
But honestly, brown paper packages tied up with strings REALLY is one of my favorite things! When I saw this Doily Punch, I knew I could create great Paper Punch Wrapped Gifts. Read below to see this month’s #12MonthsofMartha project!
What are supplies to make paper punches for presents?
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Martha Stewart Paper Punch
It took me a few times to get the paper punch to work correctly. However, I finally realized it wasn’t the paper punch… it was me.
Once I got the hang of it, I was punching paper like it was no problem. I loved the delicate doily pattern it made!
After the paper was punched, I folded the doily in half and then in half again.
Then, I opened it up and using my hands gently rolled and formed it into a bit of a flower shape.
For each package I wrapped, I created two matching colored doilies. One stayed flat and one I hot glued on top to give extra dimension.
I added a coordinating color pom pom to the center of each punched flower.
I love wrapping gifts with paper as opposed to putting gifts in bags. And this was such an easy way to really elevate the gift wrap without much effort at all!
Looking for other creative wrapping paper ideas? Check out some of these!
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Interested in the other 12 Months of Martha projects I’ve done?
Thank you to Martha Stewart for supplying the craft materials used on this project. From the brushes to the paints, as you can imagine, Martha sells only the highest quality products and I love them!