What can I get my daddy
For this special day?
He needs nothing,
“I have everything”
I always hear him say.
Boy, this is really got me thinking
So I guess, this is what I’ll do…
A big empty box
Put a note in it
“I love you!”
– By D. Alsup
When was the last time you gave a handwritten note to someone? This Father’s Day, pick up a pen, take a piece of stationery and write “I love you dad” on it. Give this to your father.
Sometimes, the simplest gift is the best.
P.S: This year, Father’s Day is on June 17.
Fun and creative gift wrapping ideas
Ever since I started blogging about gifting, I’ve been on the lookout for blogs on a similar or related topic. To my delight, I discovered that there some truly wonderful blogs by amazingly creative and talented people. Some of the posts closely related to my pet topic of gifting have been on gift wrapping.
What’s a gift without wrapping…it’s like a cake without any icing. Besides, it adds to the mystery of what the gift could be. So here we go…presenting some creative, whacky and fun gift wrapping ideas. (Disclaimer: I do not claim credit for any of these wonderful ideas. The true geniuses behind these ideas are mentioned below).
Confessions of a wrapper: I discovered this post on the blog P.S aka Paper Source. Ann, a self-confessed wrapaholic shares all the planning and perfection that go into her wrapping plans each holiday season. Check her drool worthy ideas here.
Wrapping with a theme
Cheap and chic: Looking for some cheap but chic gift wrapping ideas? Well check them out on the papernstitch blog. The simplicity of this one is stunning. Who would’ve thought you could use library cards to wrap gifts!
Wrapping with library cards
Brown and simple: Who said brown paper was boring? It’s the most versatile wrapping paper (other than white of course). The pictures say it all. I found these on the blog Julie Rose.
A simple brown package with an elegant trim and cute little tag
Some rope, a nice big cut out of an initial and it’s done
Brown paper, berries, leaves and ribbon and it's done
A name cut out from good old newspaper and glued on to the brown paper wrapping