We are now in my hometown of Marinduque in the Philippines. I wish my husband was here with me and the kids now, to enjoy the beautiful island and be together on Valentine’s Day. I’m excited to see him when he arrives in the next few days. Anyways, here’s a new style post for the girls who would like to try an off-shoulder dress. Product details below!
Shoulder bag @thesatcheldiva
Another Valentines is coming! Brent and I are actually will not be together on Valentines since I’m in the Philippines for visit. I think this will be our first time that won’t be together after we married. Anyway, I thought to share with you a cute Valentine’s gift wrap that was inspired from Pinterest. As you know, I love kraft wrapping paper which you can see from my old gift wrap tutorials like “How to create a bow using ribbon”, and Christmas gift wrapping paper like here / here. So here’s how I made this Valentines gift wrap:
Materials to use:
Kraft wrapping paper
Small piece of cardboard
Step 1 Sprinkle glitter on a flat surface and use invisible tape (measured how long needs to use for the gift wrap box) and let glitter stick all the sticky side of invisible tape.
Step 2 Wrap your box with kraft paper as you normally do and start to wrap the first strip and secure it with invisible tape.
Step 3 Finish the other glittered tape on the opposite direction and sealed again with tape at the back.
Step 4 Use twine to wrap as how the glittered tape shows in the photo. Leave 5 inches on both end of the twine.
Step 5 To create the paper heart shape, I sketch it on a piece of cardstock and use it to trace six (6) heart shapes. Cut the heart drawing and punch a hole on lower part using a puncher.
Step 6 Insert 3 heart shapes on each end of twine and secured the end by knotting it.
And that’s it! Here’s a simple yet cute gift wrap you can try for Valentines whether for your boyfriend, husband, family or even to your friends!:-) I hope you enjoy this tutorial!
Have a great week everyone! Follow my Philippine trip journey at Snapchat and Instastories