Christmas Wrapping Inspiration

This look, as my Dad would say,¬†is all a bit ‘high end and classy’ (that’s ‘classy’ with a hard Yorkshire ‘a’ ūüėČ ) It’s not the kind of thing you’d wrap up your Children’s Play-Doh in.

Gift wrap wise, this year I’m thinking bright colour is needed what with all this November grey.

First up I stumbled upon Tuppence Collective as I was scrolling through Etsy recently. I’m loving their ‘Glenn’ paper and if you like that vibe there’s a lot more where it came from. My other favourite paper is Botanical Blue Leaf, a navy and green print which reminds me of Madeleine Castings’ interior style.

Speaking of high end and classy, it doesn’t get much more so than Scribble & Daub’s gift tags.¬†Letterpress printed and individually hand painted, I’m obsessed with the bright red and clashing pink of this set.

Lastly, one of my all time favourite shops in London is Shepherd’s Book Binders. My picks this year are The Cambridge Imprint Collection, but frankly it’s hard to choose just one.

If Father Christmas could just bring me the entire contents of the shop please…

Tuppence Collective ‘Glenn’ Wrapping Paper, ¬£3

Shepherds Neon Edged Ribbon, £1 per metre

Pack of 6 Scribble & Daub Gift Tags, £8.95

Cambridge Imprint ‘Smocking Jade & Forest’ Wrapping Paper, ¬£3.50

Red Velvet Ribbon, £1.25 per metre

Background: Cambridge Imprint ‘Crimson Seaweed Paisley’ Wrapping Paper, ¬£3.50

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