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Printable Holiday Gift Wrap: Winter Woodland

PrintableWoodlandGiftWrap For my next round of gift wrap, I designed Winter Wonderland featuring my woodland buddies that were here for Easter, for summer bookmarks, and now here for Christmas! The collection also includes a chalkboard garland, a birch faux bois and a wooly dot pattern. Of course these coordinate with the chalkboard set as well. For these gift wrap printables, just download and print onto 11×17 text weight paper. You can print on smaller paper for your little gifts too. I do recommend a laser printer since there is a lot of ink coverage, so if you don’t happen to have access to one, just run down to your office supply store, like FedEx Office. The paper in their printers is perfect for these wraps. More designs coming. . . I just could not stop. And I will be posting some Winter Woodland gift tags to match so stay tuned! ~ Lia

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  1. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I
    have really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I
    will be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope
    you write again soon!

  2. I was finally able to download the papers. Yeahoo.
    I saw comments above about a reader that can’t use the bigger (11×17) paper in her printer. I don’t know of too many home printers that have capability of printing out the bigger paper
    . My printer will ask me if I want to have it printed at FedEx. She’d need to have a special office printer to be able to print out larger paper. They’re pretty pricey. That or print two copies, try to match them up, tape together. I’m no expert so saying what I think may not be correct. Hope I’m right for your reader’s sake. Thanks again for the gorgeous papers. Was worth waiting for.
    Hope you’re having a fantastic time in Amsterdam. Happy days

    • Yes, most home printers are 8.5 x 11. That is why I suggest an office supply store or a FedEx office. It is very affordable to print there and the laser printer is a nice finish.

  3. Do not want to bother anyone! But all of your other admirers, Quick ?, do u get these printed out for u , the gift wrap ? If not, could u share how u do yours ? Lia, you’ve been great at answering my comments, truly but i have the printer u suggested n looked for paper at target n hobby lobby but just didn’t know what to get the larger size besides card stock will not fit in my printer :( and I want to print these so bad I love love love them :) thanks for all of your time and Lia, yours too n for everything U do!!!!

    • The best suggestion I have is to take the PDF on a thumb drive to your local office supply store or a FedEx Office where they have the large laser printers. They can easily print up sheets for you on 11X17 just using the paper in the machine, nothing fancy needed. Let me know if that works. :-)

  4. Thank you for sharing these lovely papers

  5. You are so generous with your time and talents. We all appreciate the beautiful things you share – they make my life much prettier and enhance the gifts and cards I make – so for people who might never see your website (my elderly aunt) they can still see your art. Thank you.

  6. Oh! Lia, that nice all your gift-packages are so beautiful that almost no matter what you have inside, hehehehe.

    Moltes grĂ cies per oferir-nos-els tan generosament.

  7. thank you so much for these lovely papers !!!

  8. I’m kinda lost as to what paper to use at home? Scrapbook paper colored? Or white card stock? Idt neither is the size you mentioned but a bigger size won’t fit in my printer :( help plz! These r too cute!!! Going to Hobby Lobby tomorrow so if u have time please help! :) thanks !!!

    • If you are using these as gift wrap, then a lighter paper works best. You will need to print onto white paper or it will get muddy. The best printer for these is the laser which you can have your office supply store print for you for around $1 for the larger sheet. Does that help?

  9. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful creations with us!! You r very very artistic!!!! :)

  10. Love the Wooly Dots! You always have everything in just my style. Thank you.

  11. EVERYTHING you make is utterly awesome.
    keep ’em comin…please :)

  12. I especially love the woodland creatures paper, awesome Lia. Thx again so much

  13. Every day and every post just keeps getting better and better. I went over to see the book marks which I absolutely love, so darned cute. I’ll be making a few of those for gifts to my book reading friends and family. Thank you so much for sharing everything you do, you are so generous. I’ll need a set of ink cartridges just to print out all the downloads you give us. I can hardly wait to get to print everything out. Happy days

  14. Thankyou so much, I love your webpage. You are so talented and very kind sharing so much with us all.

  15. Thank you so much for the lovely papers. I enjoy your posts and love your style.

  16. Awesame – and supercute!!! Thanks so much, LOVE it!!!

  17. Just beautiful!

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