Stitch Up Some Gift Wrap

Stitch Up Some Gift Wrap

[Editor's Note: I'm not one for sewing, but I do have a soft spot for all those fun decorative stitch options on my machine. Why would you straight stitch when you could zig zag or make little flowers. These stitches may not be so practical when it comes to sewing fabric, but they work great when adorning custom wrapping paper. Pop over to Reese Dixon for oodles of different DIY wrapping paper ideas. Are you doing anything special with your gift wrapping this year? - Jen]

 

 

[Editor's Note: I'm not one for sewing, but I do have a soft spot for all those fun decorative stitch options on my machine. Why would you straight stitch when you could zig zag or make little flowers. These stitches may not be so practical when it comes to sewing fabric, but they work great when adorning custom wrapping paper. Pop over to Reese Dixon for oodles of different DIY wrapping paper ideas. Are you doing anything special with your gift wrapping this year? - Jen]

Gift Wrapping Ideas: Stitched Gift Wrap

When you mail gifts they never arrive looking like when you sent them, Resse has a clever solution to this problem: "By using your sewing machine to decorate some plain paper – even a recycled grocery bag – you can lean into the challenge and create something that will arrive just as beautiful as when it left.”

Gift Wrapping Ideas: Stitched Gift Wrap

 

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