Ideas to make pretty gift wrapping using Stampin Up Morning Post & Stippled Blossoms stamps

Ever wrapped a present and thought it needed a bit more pizzazz? This week I'm showing you projects using Stampin Up products in other guises - not just in traditional card making.

This project was for one of my daughters god mothers who has reached the grand old age of 21 ;) Inside was an original Shimla crystal pave bracelet - a keepsake for her for the future :)

Shimla Bracelet SH-002

Well such  pretty bracelet couldn't be left in plain packaging - so the parcel got the Vintage Celebrations makeover ... 

The flowers were stamped from Stippled Blossoms stamp set then versamarked and covered in Iridescent Ice embossing powder, set with the Stampin up heat tool. The butterflies are from Papillon potpourri stamp set, punched with the coordinating Elegant Butterfly punch and embossed the same.

The lettering is the Morning Post stamp set stamped in colours to match the pretty Tilda wrapping paper and then again shadow embossed with iridescent ice embossing powder.

The lucky recipient kept the packaging ll neatly folded up so I think she was just as impressed with that as the gift inside, which I have to say looked beautiful on her :)

Morning post stamps w 132042 £41.95, c 126592 £33.95    
Stippled Blossoms stamps w 132076 £23.95, c 126747 £18.95

Papillion potpourri stamps w 132058 £16.95, c 123759 £13.95
Elegant butterfly punch 127526 £14.25
Heat tool 129054 £25.95; Iridescent ice embossing powder 101930 £3.95

Some more tags & packaging ideas for you tomorrow, pop back then!