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  1. Annemarie says:

    I love this idea! As a kid, seeing all of the department store boxes my mom reused each is one of my favorite memories. And these are a lot cuter!!!

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Aww thanks!!

  2. Wendy McMonigle says:

    I love how you created this box so it can be re-used! Brilliant, my friend. I genuinely love it.
    I am doing a live-on wrapping and will be sharing your great idea if you are good with that.
    Of course, I will be the first to say where I heard all about this great idea.

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      For sure!! Thanks for the share!!

  3. Sustainable and pretty- a great combo! Happy hopping with you!

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Thanks Marie!! Same!!

  4. They turned out so beautiful! What a great project! It has been fun blog hopping with you!

  5. Rosemary Palmer says:

    I should do this. We don’t buy a lot of gifts so sometimes I have fake packages under the tree, and this would work great for that. Especially since I’m using blue for a couple of years.

  6. Great idea! Your wrapped packages are so pretty!!

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Thanks Kim!

  7. This is such a good idea! What a time and money saver! Happy holidays!

  8. What an excellent, thorough tutorial, thank you for sharing it.

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Thanks!! I love detail lol

  9. Jennifer Williams says:

    These are fantastic! Great tutorial. Will definitely be trying this out.

  10. Richella J Parham says:

    What a good tutorial! I appreciate your breaking this down step-by-step. And how nice it would be to have some already wrapped boxes just waiting to be filled–a beautiful alternative to gift bags.

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

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