You will be so happy to learn how to make paper flowers + great gift packaging ideas with the Stampin’ Up! Good Morning Magnolia dies.

Now, today’s project is a bit different for me.  I am usually just a “card maker,” but today I decided to venture out and show you some quick and easy DIY Gift packaging ideas with the Good Morning Magnolia coordinating dies.  The dies to make your own paper flowers are part of the set that comes in this bundle, so I thought it would be perfect to use them as we are getting close to kicking off our August Online Stamping Class using the Good Morning Magnolia.

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Gift packaging is EASY PEASY with these packaging items and these fun dies!  Check out my video to see how easy they were to make.

Paper Flowers You’ll LOVE Making! Hint: Great for DIY Gift Packages


I’ve got several gift ideas to share with you that these paper flowers are perfect for. There are sooo many other ways you can use these flowers in your paper crafting too.

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Here are all the pieces that I cut out with the dies to make a flower.



3 Different Gift Packaging Ideas

This would make the perfect favor for a bridal shower.  Or put a gift card in it for a friend.  The ideas are endless!


For this one I used the KRAFT PILLOW BOXES.  They are a nice study Kraft with fun white polka dots!  The Polka Dot Tulle added the perfect touch!


Mini Pizza Boxes


You could put just about any little gift in these.  They are also coated on the inside so they are perfect for a cookie.  (they are food safe)

I just added a 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ piece of the Magnolia Lane Designer series Paper to the top, then wrapped a 1 1/2″ strip around the box and secured on the bottom.  The “belly band” just slides off to open the box.


Acetate Card Boxes


I use a lot of these to put together a nice little gift.  It’s perfect to package up 3-6 cards (depending on how much layering on them) and give as a gift to anyone. People often ask what I do with all the cards I make?  I often package them up in boxes like this and give to people. Friends, church people, the post office lady, dentist…..and more!  I just love giving a handmade gift like this to someone who can then brighten the day of others by sending them.


What Do You Think? Which project would you put YOUR first Paper Flower on? Let me know!

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