Confession: I probably spent WAY too long designing this wrapping paper. This is my first wrapping paper design, and I grossly underestimated how long it would take to get where I was envisioning it. Anyone else ever fall into this trap? 🙋
It can be a problem because I have a habit of losing steam halfway and abandoning projects.
(Yes, our laundry room is a graveyard for half-finished projects.) However, I was very excited about this project, so it definitely made it to fruition, and now I’m stoked to share it with you! ☺️
In this day and age of preselected Amazon wish lists (which I am a fan of, btw 😉), I felt like my Christmas gifts were losing an element of thoughtfulness. I didn’t want them to just be a “yes, I clicked on that link you sent me.”
I feel like a cute wrapping paper or card can make a gift feel extra special. So that was my thought process in creating this paper. And I wanted it to be gender neutral, since it can kind of difficult to find paper my hubby likes as well.
All to say, I hope you can use this wrapping paper to make your gifts feel extra special. Enjoy!
The wrapping paper you see here is actually a color engineering print that I got done at Staples. (It’s a pretty cool and inexpensive way to get large prints.)
In the download, I included two sizes, so that you would be able to print on regular 8.5×11 paper at home or go get your own color engineering print. The engineering print size is 36 x 48 inches 😉.