Unwrapping a fabulous new idea for gift paper

personalised wrapping paper

I’m always on the look out for new and creative things to do with my photography.
So how about if you could use your photos when you send a gift?
How about if you could create unique personalised wrapping paper?
How about if you could really jazz up Christmas and say goodbye to Santa and holly-strewn paper?!
How about if you could make ‘social’ wrapping paper?

wrap.me paper

I was sent these sheets of paper from Wrap.Me a new site which uses your Instagram and/or Facebook photos to create fabulous bespoke wrapping paper.
I absolutely love it. The paper quality is really good and a gift wrapped in it is going to say ‘I love you so much, I made you my own special wrapping paper’.

It’s the perfect addition to a special gift such as baby’s first birthday, a wedding present or an 18th (think of all those embarrassing toddler photos you could include on there!)
All you do is choose your favourite photos from Instagram and Facebook and upload them onto the site. And suddenly the wrapping becomes a big talking point – imagine it sat on the gift table at a wedding!

You can upload a maximum of 30 photos, change the colour of the borders, choose from a single sheet of paper (£4.99), a small roll (£9.99) or a large roll (£14.99) and see a preview of what your finished paper will look like.

Wrap.me website

I think it’s a cracking idea for those special gifts you want to create an impression with. You can visit the Wrap.Me website and start creating and if you have any questions you can also chat with the team on Facebook and on Twitter.
You can also check out their sites for ideas on photos and themes you could use (loving the snowy themed ones above).

This post is written in collaboration with Wrap.Me. 

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5 Responses to Unwrapping a fabulous new idea for gift paper

  1. plutoniumsox says:

    This is lovely, fab idea, definitely something special 🙂

  2. Melanie Brammer says:

    Great idea! You're right, a wedding or special occasion gift wrapped in photos of the recipient would be awesome.
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  3. Mirka Moore says:

    Absolutely loves this idea!
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