For this one you need a long length of bakers twine. Wrap the twine around and twist the ends a half turn at the back of the gift. Then wrap the twine around the other way. Keep wrapping the twine, twisting half turns, until you reach the end of the twine. Finish off by tying into a knot or making a bow.
I took inspiration from the Sound of Music for this one. First I made a label using PicMonkey. I printed it and cut it out. I cut out a slightly larger square out of scrapbook paper and glued together with dots of glue in each corner. Or you could also use photo splits.
Wrap your gift in brown paper or use a brown paper gift bag. Tie jute or some other kind of string around the package. Attach the label using glue stick or photo splits.
Free printable label. Feel free to save this to your computer, print, and use on your own gift.
This is another one of my sister Bekah's ideas. She created this one but gave me permission to post it as part of my series.
You will need:
gift wrapped in plain paper
scotty dog silhouette image
ribbon or yarn
1. Trace a scotty dog sihouette onto decorative paper. Bekah found a free clip art image to use by doing a google search. Cut out the dog.
2. Glue the scotty dog onto the package.
3. Cut a piece of ribbon or yarn and tie into a bow. With glue, adhere onto the scotty's neck.