DIY Stamped Gift Wrap Ribbon

Are you ready for gift giving? I’m sharing DIY Stamped Gift Wrap Ribbon featuring the November 2019 subscription box. It only takes a few minutes to add that extra special homemade touch to your holiday gift wrapping.

DIY Stamped Gift Wrap Ribbon

DIY stamped ribbon is such a simple craft that adds an element of fun and excitement to gift-giving. Choose your favorite ribbon.

I purchased this 1.5″ wired burlap ribbon at Michael’s. I’ve linked an alternative below, though I can’t vouch for how well it takes ink.

Stamp Ribbon

Stamp your ribbon

I left the ribbon on the spool and stamped out a bunch for several gifts. Alternatively, you could also measure and cut what you need. I choose the reindeer stamp from The Hedgehog Hollow + Laura Kelly Designs November 2019 subscription box.

Black pigment ink stamped beautifully. For best results, test your inks on a scrap of ribbon.

Tie Stamped Ribbon

Wrap your gift and tie a bow with your new ribbon

The ink dried almost instantly. Once dry, I tied the ribbon around a gift-wrapped package and fluffed the bow. I didn’t have hot pink wrapping paper, so I wrapped the gift with cardstock. I reinforced the folds with a bone folder and a scoring board.

Stamp Sentiment Tag

Die cut tag for sentiment

I die-cut a tag from the same cardstock and stamped reindeer antlers first, then the joy sentiment under the antlers.

Stamp sentiment tag

Lastly, I tied the tag to the ribbon with twine. That’s a wrap, ba-dum-bump. Thanks so much for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed this DIY Stamped Gift Wrap Ribbon project and will try it. I’ll see you soon with more inspiration.

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For more inspiration using The Hedgehog Hollow November 2019 box visit these posts: Netflix Stranger Things in My Craft Room, Naughty Santa at Copic Beach, and Best Technique to Emboss with Stencils.


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  1. A great idea. Thanks!