jueves, 19 de diciembre de 2013

Gift Guide 2013: Packages, Boxes, and Tins for DIY Gifts

Design*Sponge

About two weeks ago, my fiancé made the rather unfortunate discovery that the entire series of TLCs What Not To Wear is available to watch on Netflix. I say unfortunate, because since then, we have been entirely unable to peel our eyes away from the television, even for important things like eating, showering, or taking the dogs out. Everything, it seems, has taken a backseat to Stacy and Clintons ancient clothing wisdom and witty repartee. One of my favorite parts of the show is when Carmindy, What Not To Wears resident makeup artist, takes the stage to dole out her own brand of knowledge. Were not going to teach you how to hide your true self, she might say. Were going to teach you how to highlight your best features and make the outside you a reflection of who you are on the inside. There is a great deal of truth to this idea?especially, as luck would have it, when it comes to gift giving. We all know that its whats on the inside that counts. But sometimes its nice to make the outside a reflection of that. One of my favorite gifts to give around the holidays is hand-baked cookies. Although these cookies are absolutely scrumptious and taste amazing (if I do say so myself), packaging them presents a little bit of a conundrum. I dont, after all, want to throw them all into a ziplock bag! This is where pretty packages come into play. From glass jars to decorated paper bags, a little bit of nice packaging can go a long way when it comes to presenting your own handmade gifts. Above and below, you will find our own favorite assortment of packages and packaging tools so that you, too, can make your gifts a reflection of what they are on the inside. Thanks What Not To Wear! You always know best. ?Max Above: Paper Loaf Pans ($9.95 for 6) (more)

 

 

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