Have you ever wanted to make everyone you know a handmade gift?
If so, you know this can be seriously rewarding, and even more time consuming. This year, you’ll be able to at least wrap gifts in warm hand knit and crocheted inspired wrapping paper from Lion Brand Yarns.
You can imagine that these fabulous wrapping papers were a huge hit in the office. We loved that each design was bright, vibrant and realistic looking. It is almost as if the package was wrapped in an actual blanket or sweater!
The quality of the paper is amazing. It’s just the right weight to neatly wrap your gifts without tearing. The only thing we were missing would be grid lines on the back of the paper to make cutting straight lines easier, but because the designs were so great, it wasn’t that important.
There are 6 different designs in the line, and each was taken directly from a featured Lion Brand pattern like the New Slant Afghan shown here.
Once you are done wrapping all your gifts, show your love of all things yarn even further with some wonderful embellishments. We like the idea of assigning a yarn color to each gift recipient and making a pom pom to adorn your packages. How cute!
Would you like to win a 6-pack of Lion Brand Artisan Gift Wrap?
Prize consists of:
Six rolls of Lion Brand Artisan Gift Wrap.
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What’s one gift you have always wanted to make someone but haven’t had the chance yet?
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