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Spring Gift Wrap

Spring Gift Wrap

I’ve got a fun way to add a little sweetness to your spring wrapping! I wrapped a gift, using May Arts 3/8” satin to tie a simple bow.

Spring Gift Wrap

The satin alone makes a pretty presentation, but why not make it even more special? By simply adding a few pink frayed flowers and satin leaves it becomes nearly too pretty to open!

Spring Gift Wrap

I’ve used Tombow power adhesive tabs on the back of the flowers and tucked the satin leaves around them.

Spring Gift Wrap

I love how fancy it looks with only a few extra steps!

Spring Gift Wrap

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you’ve been inspired!

Blog post by: Jen Shears


May Arts Ribbon Used:

May Arts Satin Ribbon


May Arts Frayed Flowers


May Arts Ribbon Leaves


Partners in Craft:


Other Supplies:

  • Gift wrap, unknown source


  1. kathy/NorthCarolina

    This is so pretty! 

  2. Kristie Maynard

    Now isn't that just beautiful!  TFS.

  3. ~amy~

    gorgeous packaging!

  4. Renee VanEpps

    This is sooooo pretty,and I love the frayed flowers cut up for this!!

  5. Sue D

    Very pretty!

  6. Ava Gavloski

    wow, that is spectacular!!!  well done

  7. erin

    Oh the leaves are a perfect touch.

  8. Jennifer Scull

    what a fabulous idea, and gorgeous, too! 🙂

  9. Tanya Hulbert

    Such a pretty spring flair!  

  10. Virginia Fynes

    So soft and pretty!

  11. Natasha Poteraj

    I've wondered what to do with those flowers–I love them, but just haven't known. Until now. THANKS>


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