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My "unique" Christmas wrapping :)

My "unique" Christmas wrapping :)

Every year I end up wrapping my Christmas gifts in whatever paper I find lying around the house because it's just easier that way. And while I don't see that changing anytime soon, a girl can dream, can't she? Of Christmases to come when I don't feel like I'm losing my mind with all of the to-dos on my list, when I feel rested and creative, and when I have an entire afternoon to create gorgeous, gorgeous wrapped gifts, like these... Are you into pretty gift wrap? Or just whatever you can…

Every year I end up wrapping my Christmas gifts in whatever paper I find lying around the house because it's just easier that way. And while I don't see that changing anytime soon, a girl can dream, can't she? Of Christmases to come when I don't feel like I'm losing my mind with all of the to-dos on my list, when I feel rested and creative, and when I have an entire afternoon to create gorgeous, gorgeous wrapped gifts, like these... Are you into pretty gift wrap? Or just whatever you can…

. Every year I try to come up with a different and unique idea for wrapping my Christmas gifts.  Last year I was inspired by a Christmas sho...

. Every year I try to come up with a different and unique idea for wrapping my Christmas gifts. Last year I was inspired by a Christmas sho...

Mini Gift bags hand made by Sonya Sanchez Arias There’s a saying in Trinidad: “You may leave the islands, but they never leave you.” It’s so true…regardless of where I live, in a warm or cold climate, I’ll always be an Island Girl and I’ll always recycle tropical things to make and decorate my Christmas trees and to wrap my presents. It’s my way of putting a little warmth into all the presents that I give to my friends and family.

Mini Gift bags hand made by Sonya Sanchez Arias There’s a saying in Trinidad: “You may leave the islands, but they never leave you.” It’s so true…regardless of where I live, in a warm or cold climate, I’ll always be an Island Girl and I’ll always recycle tropical things to make and decorate my Christmas trees and to wrap my presents. It’s my way of putting a little warmth into all the presents that I give to my friends and family.