Happy Holidays!

For any other last-minuters like me, I figured out a way to wrap two related presents. Tulle is the answer. I was inordinately pleased with myself. However, for better ideas, go to A Gift-Wrapped Life right now. Have fun wrapping. The holidays of light and gift-giving can be so happy.

And to all a good night.

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  • I’m not that fancy about wrapping gifts, but even if I were, it would not come out looking like that.

    Thanks for all the greats posts this year.
    Happy Holidays, Road to Parnassus

  • Happy, Happy Holidays Lisa.

    Thanks for a wonderful year of posts.


  • Merry Christmas sweetpea. xx

  • Beautifully wrapped packages are so special. Happy holidays Lisa.

  • Merry Christmas!

  • Happy holidays!

  • Wow. That was a last minute wrapping job?! Beautiful wrapping job and I love the tule idea.

    Happy Holidays!

  • Tulle. Brilliant. I will remember. A happy Christmas to you too! Have missed your posts in the last couple of weeks–hope you are well and very busy and enjoying the joyous chaos of the season. :)

  • Very nice touch with the tulle Lisa. Happy Christmas to you and your loved ones!

  • It’s true – Sande is the best wrapper! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  • Merry, merry Christmas, Lisa. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us this year, and see you in the new year!

  • Lisa, a beautiful solution!! Very elegant. Wishing you and yours the very best as we prepare for our Traditional Celebration…


    Art by Karena

  • Happy Merry Lisa!

  • Lovely! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  • Sending special holiday wishes to you Lisa.
    Hope that you relax and enjoy the festivities of the season.

    Merry Christmas,


  • Merry Christmas!


  • Have a great Christmas, and looking forward to having you back posting.
    Thank you for a wonderful year on your blog.

  • Happy Christmas, Lisa!

  • Everything can be fixed with tulle…it’s the fashionable woman’s ducktape!
    Merry Christmas Lisa!!! Many blessings in the New Year!!!
    xo J~

    3:12 pm
    marylu2 said...

    I agree! I have spools and spools of tulle(endless color choices) and use it year ’round to wrap gifts. It’s a fabulous choice for sending wrapped gifts…the bows can take a crushing and fluff up as good or better!

  • Wishing you a very Happy Christmas time : )!

  • Merry, merry lovely Lisa.

    Off to spread some cheer!

    xo Jane

  • Merry Christmas, Chica!

  • Tulle can handle a multitude of issues, admirably. Sending you Merry Christmas wishes, you make our days so much brighter.

    H3 at you,

  • Best wishes for a joyous Christmas and a very happy new year.

  • Happy holidays! Your gift looks lovely! tulle is a great idea!

  • I am afraid that my gift wrapping left a lot to be desired this year!! Yours looks lovely. Happy Holidays dear LPC and hope your cold is abating… XX

  • Slightly late trust your Christmas day was full of laughter,love and fun. Ida

  • Happy Holidays, Lisa!

  • Wishing you a very happy and healthy New Year, dear Lisa. xoxo

  • Dear Lisa, hoping that you had a wonderful Christmas–from the photos I saw on your twitter it looks like it was ever so beautiful and relaxing! Wishing you all happiness and bright/sparkly goodness in the coming year!

    xoxo Mary Jo

    3:00 pm
    Paula said...

    Happy New Year!

  • Beautiful wrappings. Happy New Year. Looking
    forward to another year of great posts.
    Best wishes,

  • The tulle was a great idea. In recent years, I’ve taken to using wired ribbon because it gives me better control over the bows and gives them a whimsical quality. Hope your holidays have been happy ones.

  • So funny because I am obsessed with tulle. It makes every gift look amazing! My best wrapping job was bronze/goldish damask paper with chocolate brown tulle and a pink card. Looked amazing!

  • I was very glad to see your giftwrapping style! I like and trust your taste and it sort of puts one of my old insecurities to rest. Here’s the story:

    Several years ago, my daughter was friends with the daughter of a woman that is an internationally famous for her great style. (She is not a celebrity – more of a hard working WASP socialite.)

    Anyway, my daughter came home very relieved that we had wrapped our small gift to her daughter in simple red paper. Apparently this woman nodded and said that gifts of any sort should only be wrapped in plain white, red, gold, or silver and that the ribbon, etc. should finish the rest of the story!

    I don’t quite agree with that – it was just a fluke that we used the red paper vs. a more themed Christmas wrapping paper. Now that my children are older – I can’t say that I will miss the cartoonish prints very much though!