Wrapping Paper for Sewing Patterns

Here's my favorite tip for left over "Xmas Print" wrapping paper: I sew and like to alter or make my own patterns so, my favorite "Christmas Left Over Tip" is to use left over Christmas wrapping paper for making patterns with. I just use the back side which is white to draw and cut out my patterns. The white back side of left over Christmas paper also works great for Kids to draw and color on.


By Cyinda from Near Seattle

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December 24, 20070 found this helpful

Other ideas: glue paper to card stock to create holiday cards for next year; use paper for decoupage projects, like jars, boxes, etc., to put gifts in next year, or over plain ornament balls for ornaments with a hand-made flair.

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By Thrifty Me (Guest Post)
December 26, 20070 found this helpful

That is a great idea! I also like the ideas added by Ree 127. My daughter has used wrapping paper for origami, also.

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