favorite wrapping paper
Wrapping paper frustrates me sometimes. Actually … a lot of the time. You know when you’re cutting a big piece and you go to slide your scissors through the paper and then … snag. And … another snag. Ugh. Yes – sharper scissors help. I know. But I also have discovered that all wrapping paper is not created equally.
Today I’m sharing a wrapping paper that I can safely say is my absolute favorite. It’s probably been a couple years since I accidentally discovered it. I picked it up at Home Goods because it was cute. And then when I went to actually use it … dreamy.
The brand is Loft|213. I’m not really familiar with anything else they do. I just know I’m in love with their wrapping paper (no, this is not a sponsored post). I think they have material options like traditional paper and 100% recycled kraft paper … but I’m talking specifically about their “compostable limestone based paper.”
Say what? Wrapping paper made from stone instead of tree? I totally don’t get it, but it sounds awesome. And it FEELS awesome. And it CUTS awesome. Plus … hello, cute patterns.
I’m not sure how to explain how it cuts so beautifully, but you can’t tear this stuff very easily. It doesn’t snag. It cuts just as easily as putting a butter knife through … well, softened butter!
It’s a beautiful thing, my friends. I love to give gifts, but the very specific component of cutting wrapping paper was a frustration for years. And now I know which paper doesn’t give me those hassles. I’m such a fan and that’s why I wanted to share it with you today.
I wish I knew where else to tell you that you can find this besides Home Goods. I’m not seeing much information on their site. Certainly, if anyone knows more or has tips on where else to find this fantastic wrapping paper, chime in with your comments.
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