Look at all those Inky Co. presents! Our wrapping papers are featured in the December issue of MARIE CLAIRE (page167 - 172) with Katie Perry on the front. And doesn't the spread look amazing!
Unfortunately, as luck would have it, Marie Claire considered our wrapping papers, ribbons and accessories (which we donated to the shoot) to be props so we didn't get page credits. But! The amazingly lovely PIA ANDERSEN (from VINTAGE ALLSORTS), who wrapped each and every one of these lovely presents, kindly sent through the pictures so I could show you guys. She also sent through some behind the scenes photos showing off her fantastic wrapping skills. PIA used a combination of LARGE WHITE DOT and LARGE BLACK DOT ON KRAFT wrapping paper in the picture above. She also added presents wrapped in BLACK GINGHAM paper with our GROSGRAIN BLACK AND CREAM RIBBON, SPOTTED BLACK RIBBON and splashes of GOLD and PEARL WHITE.
The Island Princess shoot features bold pops of colour. PIA has used our LARGE PINK DOT wrapping paper and GINGHAM PINK with a hint of TESSELLATE PINK. Disco Dive is all about our bold TESSELLATE BLACK (gorgeous!).
This Girl Scout has caught our LARGE BLACK DOT and LARGE WHITE DOT with some BLACK GINGHAM and splashes of AVOCADO that just pops off the page. PIA has used our GROSGRAIN BLACK AND CREAM again to make some fantastic over-the-top bows. Now, as promised, here are some behind the scenes shots from PIA...
All the presents just look amazing, I can't fathom how long it would have taken her to wrap each of them. The bike stack definitely steals the show though! A massive thank you to PIA ANDERSEN who was so incredibly helpful and lovely. I can't thank her enough. Hope you all love what she has done as much as we do - Chloe
Marie Claire Your Go-To Gift Guide: Special Delivery - Photographed by HAROLD DAVID and TODD SUTHERLAND. Props styled by PIA ANDERSEN.
Behind the scenes photos by PIA ANDERSEN.
It's not very often that we get to see what you are doing with our products. So, when we do get an email like Rachel Myers' we get pretty excited. Rachel was lovely enough to send through these stunning pictures of her sister's 21st birthday party, the theme was a Downton Abbey Garden Luncheon. I don't know about you but I am more than a bit jealous! The cutest thing (for us) is that Rachel has used our LARGE WHITE DOTS ON KRAFT wrapping paper as table runners and don't they look amazing! Rachel has written a fabulous description of the Luncheon's look...
My sister's 21st Birthday Party was a Downton Abbey Garden Luncheon held at our family home in regional Victoria. I borrowed the trestle tables from the local hall (as we had about 80+ to sit) and aimed to create a "country village fete" look for the Luncheon, trying to incorporate as many vintage elements as possible. I used paper doily's as placemats and tied cream ribbon, mini ric rac & twine around glass jars filled with mixed posies of flowers to created beautiful table centres along the Inky Co. paper table runners. I was lucky enough to have permission to raid my neighbours extensive garden for flowers, my favourite included brightly coloured ranunculus and pale pink sweet william. Inky Co.'s beautiful cream spot craft wrap fitted perfectly with the vintage pastel colour scheme and sat back beautifully with the floral bunting hanging overhead. It was a perfectly simple, yet effect way to decorate the tables. My sisters' 21st was a very memorable day and highly enjoyed by all! Thank you Inky Co. for such beautiful paper!