At my age and even as young as my oldest daughter who is 21 and im 36, it seems like we are constantly having to go to baby showers. I have a really bad habit of not liking to use the same roll of wrapping paper so I buy new every time we buy a new gift. My husband hates it because I have like 20 rolls of christmas, birthday, graduation, and baby wrapping in my closet. When Fox Chapel Publishing said they were partnering with Vera Bradley on her new line of Wrapping Paper books, I knew that this was the perfect solution for people like me!
The brands colorful patterns come in a 5 book set. Each book includes 20 pages of your favorite Vera Bradley patterns specifically for baby showers, and also has included color your own gift tags for a little personal added touch. The pages are perforated so that you can tear them out easily without damaging the sheets. Each page is 18×24 inches which is large enough to wrap a shirt box or smaller.
I think that these are the perfect idea because wrapping paper rolls can get wrinkled easily, and in the book with the harder cover will keep it protected. File away your 5 set nice and neat. If you don’t think that you will use all the scraps, don’t throw them away, use them in your crafts or scrap booking!
The series includes:
- Baby Bump Wrapping Paper
- Birthday Bash Wrapping Paper
- Happy Holidays Wrapping Paper
- Oh Happy Day Wrapping Paper
- Wedding Belles Wrapping Paper
I never really got into Vera Bradley’s products or patterns, but in the last year I really started to love it. I am excited to start using the Baby Bump Wrapping Paper Book and even purchase a few of the others from the series!
About (from the website): Fox Chapel Publishing publishes books, magazines, patterns, and videos for do-it-yourself enthusiasts. We inspire and inform readers who enjoy a variety of crafts and hobbies, including woodworking, jewelry making, scrapbooking, sewing, boating, back-yard farming, wine & beer-making, and much more. Our greatest joy comes from working with talented craftspeople to make their designs and techniques available for everyone who shares the love of creating things by hand.
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