album wrapping tips for photographers

I’m sharing some tips for photographers on how to wrap albums over on the Pixellu blog. That means if you’re a photographer who offers albums to your clients, you should already be reading that blog post.

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professor custom card // ANASTASIA MARIE

This card was custom created to thank a professor. Those who teach us well should always be thanked.

professor custom card // ANASTASIA MARIE

See more of my custom cards here.

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gift wrap: itty flag // by ANASTASIA MARIE

This gift wrap idea is for you glitter lovers. To recreate this look, you’ll need the following supplies:

White wrapping paper
Chunky glitter (shown in iridescent)
Glitter tape (shown in lavender)
Wood pick

Double-sided tape
ModPodge (for paper)
Foam brush
Scissors
X-acto knife

As usual, start by wrapping your gift in the wrapping paper and seal with the double-sided tape. Using your foam brush, spread the glue in a wave like swooshes across the paper. Cover in the glitter, let sit for a bit, and then shake off the excess.

Cut a length of the glitter tape and fold over the wood pick. Trim the edge if you’re like for an extra touch. Take your knife and carefully cut two slits into the top of the wrapped gift. Use the knife’s edge to guide the flag pick through both slits, going under first and then over. And you’re done!

gift wrap: itty flag // by ANASTASIA MARIEgift wrap: itty flag // by ANASTASIA MARIE

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custom card: gone fishing // by ANASTASIA MARIE

This card was custom created by a gal to give to her sister on her wedding day. The card depicts the sister with her then fiancee doing one of their favorite activities together: fishing. How cute is that?

custom card: gone fishing // by ANASTASIA MARIEcustom card: gone fishing // by ANASTASIA MARIEcustom card: gone fishing // by ANASTASIA MARIE

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butterfly gift wrap // by ANASTASIA MARIE

Inspired by my last gift wrap post, the caterpillar, today I have butterflies for you. I wrapped up two baby shower presents for two sisters with this idea. Packaging supplies needed are listed below:

White patterned wrapping paper (the one I used was found at Paper Source)
Glitter twine
Pastel colored cardstock
Puff glue

Double-sided tape
Tacky glue
Scissors

Wrap your boxed gift with the wrapping and secure with the double-sided tape. Wind a few layers of the glitter twine around the package, securing with a knot on the backside of the package. Next, cut out a pretty butterfly silhouette. Bend the wings up to give it a bigger 3D effect. Using the puff glue, dot along the edges of the butterfly wings. Once that dries, use the tacky glue to secure the butterfly onto the package, putting glue only on the body of the butterfly (not the wings!) And you’re done!

butterfly gift wrap // by ANASTASIA MARIE butterfly gift wrap // by ANASTASIA MARIEbutterfly gift wrap // by ANASTASIA MARIE

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