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D.I.Y. Gift Embellishments



Wrapped presents no longer have to be boring! I like making my presents loud and
exaggerated. This time i am decorating gifts for my daughter. The color
scheme of the party is black and pink. And as you can imagine there is
no pink and black wrapping paper available.

All you need is some simple gift/craft tissue, scrap gift ribbon and
your off! I am a pretty simple gal so i chose to make bows and some
flowers for their gifts.
I used approx 18x20 black gift./craft tissue(3 or 4 stacked). Fold in half and half again and back the other way. I then
drew a simple flower shape and cut out. Punch 2 holes half inch apart in
the middle-Set aside. I took simple black streamer paper used about 20
inch and folded about 1.5 inch segments. Punch holes the same way. I cut
and rounded the edges of the black center.Place a ribbon through each
hole with the black in the center. You can then tape, glue, or your
choice to secure to gift!

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