All wrapped up-
I’m still missing a couple of presents that haven’t been delivered yet. Fingers crossed they will be here tomorrow. My hubby loathes wrapping gifts. But I enjoy it. I love adding bits and bobs to make it extra special. I do keep it simple for the grandchildren though. They have it unwrapped before you can say go. Below is my before photo, there’s a lovely dining room in there somewhere. Wrapping for five grandchildren can be, well, you can see how it can be. But now, chaos controlled and all wrapped up. I use floral picks, ornaments and a little bit of greenery for the children’s gifts. I do add a little bit more ooh la la for gifts for those of us still young at heart.
Did you see my before photo on Instagram? No? You’re following me right? Wink Wink nudge nudge.
I tried numerous times to record how I wrapped some of the presents. I just love those quick video diys don’t you? So fun! I’ll do a bit more research on how to do it on my own. Surely they don’t all have photographers at their beckon call. Instead I just went with photos to show a few different ways you can take a brown paper package and turn it into something lovely. Oops, I did forget to take a photo of the package wrapped in a pretty flour sack towel. Two gifts in one ( wink).
As you all are aware the Season of Giveaways has ended. No sad face needed though, a BIG thank you to all for making it another successful holiday giveaway extrava-ganzaaa. I still have the Canvas Memories giveaway going until January. Wouldn’t your holiday photos be lovely on canvas? Enter for your chance to win. I am excited to share that the winner for the Comfort and Joy Giveaway is Nancy L .
The winner of the Lets Get Cozy giveaway is still pending verification.
I will have all new giveaways coming in 2017 make sure you are a subscriber to the Katherines Corner blog.
Subscribing to the Katherines Corner Shop is separate. This may change in 2017 though, I think it would be easier for everyone.
No blog party this week we will all be unplugged and enjoying our family memory making time.
Are you all wrapped up?