I went holiday shopping for over six hours this past weekend and was only able to check off one person off my list. However, those six hours weren't a total loss, I was able to find myself a winter coat and some cute flats. And while I might not know what I'm getting everyone for Christmas, I do know how I'll wrap the gifts.
The small box measures 4 x 4 inches and the larger box measures 8 x 8 inches.
Materials used: 12x12 Kraft paper or any thick card stock (8x8 for smaller box), Martha Stewart Scoring Board, Holiday paper, Washi Tape, Adhesive, Twine, and your preferred sentiments. For these sentiments, I used the Papertrey Ink Holiday Spirit Sentiments and Countdown Details Stamp Set.
Instructions for the different size boxes should come with your scoring board, but for a clearer explanation, here is a video tutorial. The rest is up to your creative self!
Using washi tape around the sides of the box will give it a more decorative and secure hold. For the embellishment, I used the pine cones I had left over from Thanksgiving. (Michaels and Target has a lot of cute ones for cheap).
Since these boxes are made of card stock, they should only be used for lightweight gifts such as jewelry, gift cards, homemade caramels, etc.
Do I dare go on another shopping expedition? Or should I turn to online shopping?