Monday, December 12, 2011

Wishing . . .

Wishing I could print my own wrapping paper. Wouldn't that be great:)

19 comments:

akissfromthepast said...

how cool! i love all your design :)

pilgrim said...

so gorgeous! i love the birds

i looked into getting some wrapping paper printed for this christmas but it was going to be soooooo expensive :( gah! all my best ideas are uneconomical

Flora said...

That would really be great. I can't believe wrapping paper companies aren't knocking at your door already!

littletree... said...

Sigh I would love to print my own too but it was pricy enough to get xmas cards done!x

v a l e r i a c i s said...

Yes, that would be great! specially with tose lovely patterns!! good job, Hellen!

Hello Olive said...

You should - your designs are fabulous!

Alexandra P. said...

Oooh, these would look so good on fabric too!

Britt said...

I have always wanted to do the same! I did, find this company but I didn't bother getting a quote. Maaaaaybe next year, siigh

Julie said...

Oh no, don't print it! Shipping it to Europe would be so expensive I couldn't buy it! That would be so sad! ;)

Ruzu said...

yeah!! Love it ^_^

Marlena said...

it is the loveliest. If you just wanted it for your own gifts, maybe Kinko's could do it in a large format.

Jenn Ski said...

wow!

Samanthaliz said...

Beautiful! You've totally inspired me to google around and I found this place: http://giftskins.com/ProductCats.asp?c=any-occasion-personalized-gift-wrap&cid=807 seems completely doable!

lizzie said...

wrapping paper is so pricey! I like to use kraft paper b/c it's on a nice big roll and less then five bucks and it's SUPER sturdy!! I have an 18 month old and he likes to chew on the prezzies! hahahaaa

Carolyn Gavin said...

Such Gorgeousness! LOVE it all!

bowie style said...

we need someone to set up a "spoonflower" type company for the wrapping paper world.

reub-envision said...

it is pretty great
(I do believe that you can get an image printed in quite large sizes at a place like Cosco or Sam's Club) it wouldn't be in rolls ans rolls but it would be fun to wrap a couple of gifts in your swell designs !

Skinny laMinx said...

Oh yes, wouldn't that be fab! You'd make a fortune, I bet. I'd buy lots, that's for sure. x

Anonymous said...

You can print your own gift paper at Spoonflower.com it's not super-economical ($15/ 6 foot roll of matte or glossy), but it's pretty!