I love wrapping presents! Each one is like a little art project. And I’m a big recycler, so with present wrapping, anything goes for me. I tend to use anything that’s around at the time. This bow was made from ripped up plastic yogurt labels. (I save the cups for paint and other materials when I work with kids.)
Save your brown paper grocery bags! And use whatever you have on hand to decorate them. I used leftover spray paint, paper scraps, yarn, and ripped fabric scraps to make these.
These were wrapped with recycled bubble wrap and plastic wrap. The tags were little white price tags (from Staples, cheap) before I took markers, etc. to them. The silk ribbons come from Nicole Snow at Darn Good Yarn. Nicole sells silk yarns made from the scraps of saris, which she purchases from seamstresses in Nepal and India at a good price, thus helping them to support their families with supplemental income. The colors are gorgeous!