The Little Things… Gift (un)wrapping!

I love gift giving — there is something so wonderful about planning the perfect gift for someone special, wrapping it in the nicest possible way, the actual excitement of giving it, and finally seeing the joy on the face of the receiver…

This week for The Little Things, we’ve created simple holiday wrapping paper by stamping triangles on craft paper. It makes such a happy house to pile some presents in a corner of your house… And Casper and his little friend Mees had a ball opening the presents and playing with the awesome toys inside (all kindly lent to us by A Day with Kate).

It’s easy to create this simple holiday wrapping paper. Just make a triangular stamp by cutting a corner of a regular eraser. We made one bigger and one smaller stamp. The kids can help to stamp the paper!

Sara Musch made wonderful matching gift tags (just download for free here), and the ‘Pretty Things Inside‘ tape is also from A Day with Kate.

xxx Esther

PS –  This is the fifth post in a series which is called ‘The Little Things’. Thank you again Maud Fontein for taking beautiful photos in your awesome house, and Sara Musch for the cool download. All the toys are from Janod via wonderful webshop A Day with Kate, and the boys’ outfits are from Gray Label, also via A Day with Kate.

7 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Sofia | December 13, 2013 | Reply

How inspiring is this? Thank you for sharing with us!
And I love seeing Gaspar, he’s soooo cute!

2. Esther in Amsterdam | December 16, 2013

Thank you!! And yes, he’s a little cutie… ;) x

3. danielle downey | December 15, 2013 | Reply

I love this and am planning to do so when school lets out.
I imagine it would be a nice activity for those christmas party get togethers.

4. Mariana | December 16, 2013 | Reply

so cute! I am in love with this personalized gift wrap. Such a great idea!

5. Ruth | January 3, 2014 | Reply

Economical and beautiful! Ours were wrapped in the same way this Christmas!

6. Helena | December 8, 2014 | Reply

That wooden circus is so sweet. Who makes it, please?

7. Helena | December 8, 2014 | Reply

Oh don’t worry, I see it’s Janod! so beautiful.