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This wrapping paper is more than just a pretty decoration for winter gifts. It can be used as temporary placemats for the dining table, can be cut up to make greeting cards {or valentines!}, or can be used as a pretty table cover for a birthday party or a crafting event. I used a sheet of this winter wrap as a table covering for my crafting classes last week, and the kids were so enamored with the designs, they had a hard time concentrating on our project!

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To make this Winter Wrap you will need:

    • an empty styrofoam egg carton washed and dried
    • scissors
    • a blunt pencil
    • sponge brush
    • white acrylic paint
    • brown kraft paper from the dollar/craft store

Step One 
Cut the lid of your styrofoam egg container to the size you want to make your stamping designs.

Step Two

Draw your designs into the styrofoam {on the flat side} with a blunt pencil. I love owls and thought a little teddy bear would be cute… but you can make any design you wish. A simple heart looks great too!

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Step Three 
Brush a little white paint on your stamping designs. Make sure there’s not too much, or your design will not come out. Think of it like a rubber stamp and an ink pad. Start stamping your designs on a sheet of brown kraft paper.

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Step Four
Keep stamping your designs until you have the number of sheets of wrap that you desire. The designs will dry quickly in ten minutes or so… then have fun decorating with your new winter wrap!

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winter_wrap5Ashley Lucas is an illustrator and crafty girl with her own business, called Lady Lucas, that offers adorable handmade goods and art to the public.

 

Visit her online to see her whimsical artwork, cute characters, and free crafting ideas at https://cupcakesandowls.blogspot.com/

If you have any questions you’d like to ask about her tutorials, she’d love to hear from you at ashley@ladylucas.com!

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