When I was wrapping up my gift for my friend’s baby shower a few weeks ago, I realized that I didn’t have a baby-appropriate gift bag or any rolls of wrapping paper. In fact, I’m pretty sure the only rolls of wrapping paper in our house right now are leftovers from Christmas. Whoops. Instead, I turned to a roll of plain kraft paper. This, of course, works just fine, but it needed some fancying up. So I came up with this baby shower clothesline gift wrap to dress up my gift for the occasion!
This baby shower clothesline gift wrap was really easy to put together. Here’s what I used:
- patterned paper
- miniature clothespins
- Silhouette Cameo or a template to trace
First, I found the baby clothes shapes online and traced them in Silhouette Studio.
Then I selected some scraps of paper for each item of “clothing” and sent them through my Cameo to cut.
To attach them to my gift, I wrapped twine around the package and secured it with a simple knot. Then I hung the clothes on with the mini clothespins.
And that’s all! A super cute baby shower clothesline gift wrap that only takes a few minutes to put together!
Sharing with: Sweet Inspiration / Lou Lou Girls Fabulous Party
This is the cutest card. I love that it is so simple, but so adorable and can easily be made for a boy or girl! I am going to be stealing your idea for sure with the few baby presents I have coming up. Pinned.
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Thank you Kati! They were simple to make, and I’m sure this won’t be the last time I make them for gifts 😉
This is adorable and I love that you were able to dress up a plain piece of wrapping paper with your own design! Pinned! 🙂
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Thanks so much, Dee!
Emily, this is the cutest idea for a gift shower wrap! I love the little socks, oh my! The pastels look so nice against the package paper as well! Lovely! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Inspiration! Happy Weekend!!
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Thanks so much, Katrin! I’ll definitely be re-using this idea in the future 😉
Emily, this is such a cute way to dress up gift wrapping!! I’m sure the recipient will be just as delighted with the gift wrap as much as the gift!! Thanks for linking up at Sweet Inspirations!! 🙂
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Thank you so much, Keri!