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Use Dried Flowers For Gift Wrapping

by Roxanne's Dried Flowers
Order by December 13 to receive standard shipping before Christmas.
This holiday season, use dried flowers combined with simple papers to make ordinary gifts extraordinary! Try these combinations, or mix and match your favorite choices to make a lasting impression.
For The Lady Who Loves Nature, But Make It Fashion
Take a stylish underdressed ribbon like this raw silk plaid, and finish your simple knot with glued pinecones for a touch of forest glamour.
For The Snow Queen
Make a bundle of something white and magical to tie into your bow. We chose Lunaria to mimic the sparkle and glisten of the first snow fall.
For The Trendy Gal
Today it’s all about washed out, stick of butter hues. Use the December flower of the month: Areca Palm, under a simple ribbon finished with dried fruits.
For The Environmentalist
Instead of a ribbon, this year try binding packages with a natural vine like creeping Cedar or Fountain Vine. The preserved material is both flexible and easy to manipulate.
For The Flower Girl
Match your simple paper with some vibrant blooms to create a pattern that is totally unique. After tying a velvet shoe string bow, we glued the heads of Strawflowers for a remarkable presentation.
For The Woman Who Loves A Twist
It’s not brown paper packages tied up with string anymore. Try festive red rafia for a pop of color, and finish your tassels by knotting classic Winter spices and fruits, for both fragrance and color!
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Strobus Cone

Add a woodsy touch to gifts with Strobus Cone. Perfect for your larger parcels.

Lunaria

Create a whimsical design using Lunaria for all of your winter solstice gifting.

Areca Palm

Enjoy 20% off all month long! Our flower of the month will make for a trendy tropical vibe.

Fountain Vine

Use the long stems of Fountain Vine for trailing touches to holiday packages.

Strawflower

Gather into mini bundles to tuck into knots and bows of your favorite ribbon.

Fruit Assortment

String along twine, interspersing the varied fruit to create a handmade garland for gift wrapping.