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Reindeer and Santa Claus wrapping paper = snoozefest!
Switch things up this year with your very own DIY photographic wrapping paper.
It’s a gift in and of itself — especially if it’s got your beautiful mug on it.
Your friends and family will def want to save your crafty wrapping. Maybe they’ll even regift it!
p.s. The Photojojo Store is still shipping for Christmas! Orders placed today over $100 get free UPS 2-day delivery just in time for Santa. So come on over!
Why it’s cool:
Plus, it’s cheap, easy, and fun to make and receive. Your packages will be the envy of even the most experienced bow makers.
Step 1 – Print your photos
Step 2 – Trim the edges of your photo
Step 3 – Measure your package
Make sure you have enough paper to cover the entire box. Your neighborhood photocopy place will allow you to print 11” x17” or larger from a USB. TIP- print multiples of the same image for larger packages (see step 7). They can be tiled together or overlapped.
Step 4 – Place the photo
Step 5 – Tape into place:
Step 6 – Finishing touches:
Step 7 – Bigger Packages?
No problem! Tile your image (you can do this in a photo editor by repeating an image in a tile pattern) and print multiple sheets to fit your desired size. Trim the edges and tape the sheets together on the backside before you start to wrap.
Step 8 – Repeat for all your gifts!
Wrap it up!
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