What a week! Two days were taken up with a yucky medical procedure and recovery which I totally put a brave face on but may well be scarred with the painful memory swimming around in my head for life. The week then wrapped up with my phone being stolen, not ideal in any way shape or form and now kind of feeling like I’ve lost a leg (probably unhealthy). The only redeeming part is that we literally got contents insurance two weeks ago for the very first time! Such madness.
I hope you guys had a better week than me but to pick myself up and spread some Christmas cheer I’m here to shower you in freebies. Instead of a free desktop wallpapers, this month I thought I’d give you something a bit more handy for the festive period. I’m not a fan of red and green or tinsel and glitz so I’ve come up with some fresher patterns to make your wrapping that little bit different. You can download all of these patterned wrapping papers as well as the gift tags for free right here.
The wrap is in A3 sheets but if you don’t have an A3 printed you could always scale them down to A4 for your smaller gifts. Pair them with some coloured string and gold mini baubles to make up a very handsome package. Sometimes I find the process of wrapping quite therapeutic but I don’t usually get a look in anymore. My husband discovered that I’m not the neatest of wrappers and so promptly ‘shooed’ me away to make way for his army precision. He’s actually made box nets with wrapping paper in the past. That’s the kind of precision I’m talking about people! I now keep out the way, sat on the sidelines with a glass of mulled wine. Whoever the wrapper is in your home, enjoy!
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