Gift Packaging with the Rollagraph

Hello! Today I wanted to share a project and video that I created for the Clearsnap blog a few weeks back.

Now that November has begun, the season of gift giving is already upon us and what better way to show your loved ones you care than by translating the gratitude and appreciation you feel for them not only in the gifts you give but also in the way you present them. Have your scrap supplies moonlight as gift wrap so you can take a little time off.

I created this autumn themed gift box to hold homemade treats for some of the people we appreciate having in our lives – the mailman, bus driver, etc – that we are not necessarily on gift-giving terms with but are definetly grateful for the services the provide. Not to detract from the sentiment, but it also means less to do at Christmas time.

This concept can easily translate to a Christmas or birthday theme – and for the smile you’ll put on the recipient’s face, it is worth every bit of effort.

Click on the video link below to see the complete tutorial.

Clearsnap Supplies-
Jumbo Rollagraph Stamp Wheel – Simple Dots
Standard Rollagraph Stamp Wheel – Blocks of Nature, Film Strip
Rollagraph Self-Inking Handle – Standard, Jumbo
Rollagraph Pad-Inking Handle
Rollagraph Ancient Page Ink Cartridge – Chocolate (Jumbo), Pine (Standard)
Colorbox Pigment Ink – Black
Colorbox Decades Ink for Graphic 45 – Dark Cashmere, Venetian Lace (available through Hampton Arts)
Design Adhesives – Orchard Spray
Designer Foils – Lucky Penny
Top Boss Embossing Powder – Black
Clearsnap Glitter – Peridot
Glue Gloss

Other Supplies –
Stamps – Hero Arts (wreath), Basic Grey (sentiment), PTI (leaves)
Cardstock – Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper – Bella Blvd (plaid), Crate Paper (orange)
Score Board – Scor-Pal
Dies – Spellbinders (scallop circle, flower) PTI (leaves)
Embossing Folder – Cuttlebug
Die-Cutting System – Sizzix
Jewels – Making Memories
Ribbon – Joann’s
Twine – The Twinery
Adhesive – Therm-o-Web, Scor-Pal
Other  – stapler, scissors


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