fabric wrapping is my fave

March 22, 2011

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I seem to have this habit of getting stuck on one thing and I really love it (borderline obsession love it) until I tire and move on. Sometimes it manifests itself in the form of a movie, like that one summer when I was nine and watched Mighty Ducks every single day. Sometimes it manifests itself in a food, like the month I put mustard on everything. And right now it manifests itself in the beauty of fabric wrapping. I’m spending my days studyingthese tutorials from Chewing the Cud and thrift shopping for pretty scarves. It’s going to be hard to kick this one.

images: Studio PatroJoseph De Leo for Handmade WeddingsChewing the CudAngela Gaspar styled by You + Me via Brooklyn BrideChewing the Cud

4 Comments »

 
  • On December 5, 2011 , A Paperless Holiday said:

    [...] isn’t your hobby of choice, you can still use fabric to wrap your presents.  Check out this blog round-up of pretty, fabric-wrapped gifts for some [...]

  • On May 9, 2012 , Brooke said:

    I stumbled across your blog on pinterest. Great ideas and you’re like really super funny. I too had a mighty ducks obsession. I would sometimes weave in a little Anne Of Green Gables…just to keep things spicy!!

  • On December 4, 2012 , celesteandpearl.blogspot.com said:

    Love your blog and fabric wrapping!! We even want to publish this on our blog with a link to your site. Thanks for such great inspiration!
    Warmest, Liz and Lo {celesteandpearl.blogspot.com}

  • On November 13, 2013 , Dave Kossmann said:

    I have been wrapping packages in fabric for years. Scares from thrift stores, skirts are a source of largecswatches of fabric. Last year a wedding gown bought at a flea market did the trick for over 100 packages the beading and tucking we’re the bows etc. Beautiful. This year sari material is my theme.

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