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The Scotch™ Brand Tape gift wrapping challenge

In my family I'm known for going all out with the Christmas present wrapping - I'll spend hours over it! And then this year something wonderful happened. I received a mail from Scotch™ Brand Tape (Swedish site here) asking if I was up for a present wrapping challenge - who me? ALWAYS!!!!  It seems we share the same sentiment: 'let no gift go miswrapped this holiday'. A box of gift wrapping heaven arrived in the post a few days later, including no fewer than five different tapes: there was magic tape, gift wrap tape, transparent tape , double-sided tape and expressions tape! Oh joy! After careful deliberation I decided to go super natural with brown and white paper, monochrome ribbons, fresh cuts and a sprinkling of pine cones and lots of the wonderful 'magic tape'! I hope you like the results! 








Photography: Niki Brantmark / My Scandinavian Home. 

Any guesses what's inside (apart from the obvious one)?!

Do you know how you'll be wrapping your presents this year?

If you're in need of a little inspiration, you could get some tips from Scotch™ Brand Tape magical elves: Scott.E, Smitty, Zoe, Jack and Emily.

Have fun!

This post was brought to you in collaboration with Scotch™ Brand Tape. All words are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too. Thank you for supporting the brands that help bring fresh content to your inbox each day.



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  1. Fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I also spend a lot of time wrapping my Christmas gifts. They become part of the Christmas decorations. I love using real ribbon and things like jingle bells and pine cones. Many of my gifts are embellished with a pretty ornament. My favorite Scotch brand tape is the double sided. It keeps everything in place without the tape showing...like "Christmas" magic.

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    1. Your gift wrapping sounds so pretty! I love the double-sided tape too, it's so handy!

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