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Cookie Cute Gift Wrap Ideas

photo by Lucy Spiers

Lucy shared these photos on Facebook showing off the super cute gift wrap she made using my Cookie Cute polymer stamp. This is such a fun and easy idea – all you need is a stamp, some ink pads in festive colours and a roll of paper – the kraft paper Lucy used is a great choice. She’s just stamped each cookie in a row with every other line moved a half step for a perfect pattern.

Gingerbread Cookie Polymer Stamp

You could also use the stamp to make matching tags. I made this with small rectangles of card – just cut off the corners at one end, punch a hole and add some striped twine.

Cookie Cute tags

Don’t have time to order a stamp? Use my free mini cards printable to make these cute tags. Just print the cookie file on to kraft or brown paper, cut out and glue on to tags – easy!

gift tags

Still too much work? Print off my free gift tags on to sticker paper!

5 A Day gift wrap is up for sale in my shop now and you can pick and mix from all my designs.

If you fancy picking up a cookie stamp or some readymade gift wrap and tags, some of you still have time. UK folks have until Monday to order, while those of you in Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia and Switzerland need to get your orders in today!

And if you do wrap your gifts using any of my designs, I would love to see. You can share photos with me on social media or send me an email.


Hello! I’m Marceline Smith, the designer and owner of Asking For Trouble. I create illustrated stationery, accessories and gifts using my cute characters inspired by Japanese kawaii. This is my business and personal blog where I write about my creative doings, inspirations, travels, Japan trips and daily life. Read more »

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