Monday, December 21, 2009

Wrappin' Up

In order to stay on theme (Frontier) and maximize use of the 1,346 branches of cotton I now own, this year's Christmas presents are going out wrapped in black or brown packing paper and twine with, of course, touches of that truly versatile plant. 

9 comments:

Modern Traditionalist said...

You must share where you purchased the black wrapping paper. I had the most difficult time locating solid colored paper this year.

Laura [What I Like] said...

How very chic...I agree, that black wrapping paper is beautiful, looks as though it has some purple undertones? Where on earth did you find it?

Hollister H. Hovey said...

It's just some black stuff from Kate's Paperie last year. They generally have lots of solid colors. But in general - it's shockingly hard to find in non-day glo shades!

Karena said...

This is a very cool idea! You are living green my friend! The packages are beautiful!

custardbydesign said...

what a great idea to go green with your wrapping...

Joanna Goddard said...

they look wonderful!! it reminds me of central park in the springtime.

Jen said...

that is such a lovely idea of using the cotton for gift-wrapping :)

Tall Drink said...

These look great. Very frontier chic.

Thing That Can Fly said...

I want to grow cotton!