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02/10/2012

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Angela @ The Not So Functional Housewife

Beautiful gift wrapping!

Thanks for sharing!

Mimi

Angela, Glad you liked the Valentines Day gift wrapping ideas. The white boxes with the wide red ribbon are my favorite.

Dana @ Cooking At Cafe D

Wonderful tips.
Pinned em!

~ Dana
Cooking at Cafe D

Mimi

Dana, I'm happy you found the post helpful. Thanks for pinning.

Mary

Hi Mimi,

What lovely wrapping! Hmmm...for Valentine's Day...I guess I am a traditionalist and like to see red and white wrapping, red ribbon, roses, etc.

You have a lovely blog! So glad I visited.

Love,
Mary

Jenny

These are gorgeous! My Grandma was always the Queen of beautifully wrapped presents. Me- not so much! Thanks for the ideas.

Mimi

Mary, My favorite is actually the white box with the red ribbon, so I guess I'm a bit of a traditionalist too. a tiny bit.

Mimi

Jenny, One of my first jobs was as a gift wrapper at a department store. No one trained me. I was just "thrown to the wolves." Thank God gift wrapping is a skill that can be learned.

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