Cotton Canvas Gift Wrap

Cotton Canvas Gift Wrap

Cut Cotton Canvas Gift Wrap | Brittany Sazonoff (BSaz Creates) for Silhouette America

 

Ah, nothing makes my heart single like a perfectly wrapped little package. If I’m being honest, I probably spend more time and energy wrapping gifts, than buying the actual item. Priorities. With wedding season upon us, among the millions of birthdays being celebrated on the daily, using your Silhouette CAMEO or Portrait makes it that much easier to take your package wrapping to the next level.

 

Cut Cotton Canvas Gift Wrap | Brittany Sazonoff (BSaz Creates) for Silhouette America

 

For this little diddy, I cut an ornate decorative border shape out of Silhouette’s Printable Cotton Canvas. I LOVE how the canvas texture looks on the kraft package wrap. I topped it off with a tag shape cut out of patterned paper and tied it around the gift with some twine.

 

Cut Cotton Canvas Gift Wrap | Brittany Sazonoff (BSaz Creates) for Silhouette America

 

Because, while gifts themselves are actually fun… nothing is sweeter than hearing, “It’s too pretty to open!”

 

Happy Celebrating!

Designs Used:

Products Used:

CAMEO Cutting Mat

printable cotton canvas

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10 comments

  1. This is so cool! I never thought to wrap gifts this way, but I LOVE it!

  2. Thanks, Kalyn!!

  3. Awesome idea & a fabulous way to wrap gifts. Plus one can use the negative leftover pieces on other projects also.

    1. They sure can. Good idea!

  4. So pretty! Love this use for the canvas.

  5. What are the design ID numbers for the designs that you used?

    1. They are listed right below my name. If you click on the shape it will bring you right to the Silhouette Online Store. If that doesn’t work, the design IDs are #45587 and #24061

      1. Awesome. Thank you!

  6. This is so cool! I have lots of that canvas and this would be a wonderful way to use it 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Tammy! I’ve been pondering other uses for my canvas now too!

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