The new Little Branch x Emma Blomfield collection of luxury stationery is inspired by the lifestyle of Interior Stylist, Emma Blomfield and the illustrations of her first interior design book, HOME. Each design is personal to Emma, giving a glimpse into her creative soul.
The beautiful collection features a range of cards, gift tags, wrapping paper, art prints and writing paper sets. The selection of watercolour designs are now available for you to shop online. Made from sustainable paper stock, each design is handcrafted, designed and made in Australia for you to enjoy.
As mothers, sisters, grandmothers and best friends, it’s important for women to support each other and celebrate what makes us special. So this International Women’s Day we would love to invite you to connect, inspire and share the love by hand writing a card to someone who has changed your life for the better. Take the time to tell a woman in your life what makes them special to you and join us in celebrate all the wonderful women making the world a better place.
International Women’s Day is on Wednesday, 8th March so make sure you order your Little Branch card to arrive in time. You can celebrate someone special in your life any day of the year, so maybe grab a few extra cards to spread some happiness to all your loved ones. Plus, the Little Branch collection is on sale until midnight on 1st March 2017.
Choose a hard surface, like a table top to wrap your gift. Wrapping on carpet will cause wrinkles and it’s a little bit more difficult.
Choose a colour theme to ensure your wrapping paper, ribbon and card all compliment each other. If you’ve chosen a neutral wrapping paper then you could work with a more textured twine or metallic ribbon. If you’ve chosen a bright and vibrant wrapping paper, then you may choose to stick with a block colour ribbon and a simple card design.
Cut the right size piece of paper. This sounds simple but even a pro can rush and cut the wrong size piece of paper. Centre your gift first and then check that it’s the right size before cutting. If you need an extra guide you can mark your cutting point with a pencil on the inside of the paper.
When folding the ends of the wrapping paper on either side of the present, create creases at the corner seams to make folding them down easier. If you struggle with folding, try watching this easy tutorial – watch now.
Now it’s the fun part! Wrap your twine or ribbon around the gift to measure it before cutting. Then tie the bow and voila! If you want to add a special touch, try heading into the garden and adding some fresh flowers or greenery that match your colour theme.
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