5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap with Therm-O-Web
My crafty bestie, Laura of Laura Kelly Designs created a creative line of clear stamps, toner sheets, and transfer foils this year with Therm-O-Web, and I have loved creating all types of projects with them. Especially a trio of 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap ideas with Laura Kelly Designs Therm-O-Web Collection. These quick creations can be easily made with limited supplies, and just in time for the Holidays.
Therm-O-Web 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap
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Here's what you need to make 5 Minute Gift Wrap:
- Laura Kelly Clear Stamp Set, Me and My Peeps from Therm-O-Web
- Laura Kelly Sprinkle Kindness Clear Stamp Set from Therm-O-Web
- Muslin Drawstring Bags
- Plain White Paper Roll – Dollar Tree
- Plain White or Kraft Gift Bag – Dollar Tree
- Archival Ink – Jet Black
- Acrylic Stamp Block
- Painter's Tape or Washi Tape – Dollar Tree
- Scrap Paper – four pieces
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
Here's how to create Easy Wrapping Ideas:
FABRIC GIFT BAGS
To begin 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap, gather all supplies. Place a scrap of paper inside the muslin bag. Select the Laura Kelly Clear Stamps of your choice and place them on an acrylic stamp block. Ink with archival ink and stamp onto the muslin bag. Fill with candy, gift cards, or small gifts, and ENJOY!
Measure and cut a section of white paper from the roll with scissors. Place a variety of Laura Kelly Clear Stamps on a large acrylic stamp block. Ink with archival ink and stamp onto the white paper. Re-ink the stamp, pivot in a different direction, and stamp again. Repeat in a random pattern until the paper is full. Since the stamp block is 5″ by 7″ and the plain white paper roll is larger, stamp as many full-size images as possible. Then mask off the smaller areas with scraps of paper and add sections of the stamp to the blank paper. Use the 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap to wrap the package and top with colorful ribbons.
PAPER GIFT BAGS
Fold a paper gift bag flat. Place Laura Kelly Clear Stamps of choice on an acrylic stamp block. I love lining up all the Me and My Peeps in a row. Ink with archival ink and stamp onto the front of the paper gift bag. Place additional horizontal stripes of stamps on the front of the gift bag. To finish, 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap, add colorful tissue paper.
Holiday Gift Wrap in 5 Minutes with Therm-O-Web
Which 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap is YOUR favorite? Leave a message in the comments below and let me know. I love the simple stamped gift wrap ideas with pops of red. Personalizing is totally easy with Laura Kelly Designs Collection from Therm-O-Web. Pick the Me and My Peeps Stamps that speak to you and create a special gift wrap for everyone on your list.
Laura Kelly and Therm O Web have put their creative minds together! They created a whole new line of stamps, transfer foils, toner sheets, and more! Laura Kelly is the amazing artist behind Doodle Licensing, where her bright, energetic, and creative designs reflect her personality and style. She likes to keep things simple and fun, sharing ideas that allow anyone to say, “I can make that!” My 5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap certainly lives up to that quick and easy spirit!
My crafty besties created some adorable holiday ideas with Therm-O-Web, too! Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing Easy DIY Envelope Liners with Foil plus cute note cards. Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama created sweet mini Hand-Stamped Foil Notebooks for gift giving over the Holidays.
Too busy to make this right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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2 thoughts on “5 Minute Holiday Gift Wrap with Therm-O-Web”
I Love it all but I think the wrapping paper is just adorable, perfect for any child’s gift and an activity, can’t beat that one!!
Thanks a bunch, Cindy! I love to think outside the box 🙂