So this season I designed a simple green tree gift wrap and after wrapping a small gift I realized I had extra scraps that I didn't want to go to waste! Here are a few ideas for things to create with extra gift wrap or scrapbook paper.
Here are some helpful tools . . .
You can find the punches on Amazon or at Paper Sources, here is a link to the envelope templates: Paper Source
You can also find envelope templates by just searching online and then print them out and trace them.
Oh! Another tool I almost forgot but is really handy is a bone folder, I use this to smooth down the folds so they are nice and crisp. To seal the edges of the envelopes a glue stick or double sided tape works great.
I love this tag punch, I use it to make tags out of everything. I especially like making tags out of old Christmas cards and then using them later. It works great for kraft paper and my gift wrap (my gift wrap is a little sturdier than most) This might not work on more flimsy gift wrap.
I made these with the small envelope guide, they would be great for cute notes or to put on Christmas presents as well.
I also used the bigger template to make a larger envelope with the bigger spare pieces I had.
Here I used my triangle punch to create a tree card. Super simple and cute!
I used my embosser to create the star cause . . . embossing is fun!
Want to purchase some of my tree gift wrap? Check it out here: Etsy