Printable Vinyl Gift Wrap and Ornament

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Printable Vinyl Gift Wrapp

Christmas is around the corner. I decided this year to wrap a few Christmas presents in a different and unique way. I also had a new idea for a Christmas ornament. So I took advantage of the printable vinyl that KNKUSA.com sells. For this project the materials I used are:

Klic-N-Kut

Printable Vinyl

Cardstock

Recycled plastic bottle

Poinsettia

Tulle

Ribbon

Instructions: I began by using Photoshop to design the images and saved them as JPG’s. I imported and pixel traced these images in MTC and then printed them on a sheet of Printable Vinyl. Here is the printed ornament image showing the registrations marks:

After printing, I used my TERRIFIC Klic-N-Kut Groove-e for the print and cut. (To perform a print and cut from Make-The-Cut, watch the video “Using Make The Cut to do a Print and Cut to a Klic-N-Kut” by Sandy McCauley). I also cut a piece of cardstock with the same shape as my design. In this case a Christmas ball. Then I applied the vinyl to the cardstock.

After that, I made another design to place in front of my plastic bottle. And I wrapped the bottle cap with ribbon.

And finally, I decorated the top of the bottle cap with a poinsettia, tulle, and my personalized Christmas ball.

The print on the vinyl looks fantastic. Inside the plastic base you can put candies or any special gift that will fit. I know the person who receives this present will be so excited.

 

26 thoughts on “Printable Vinyl Gift Wrap and Ornament

  1. Very cute project. This would be awesome for my grand daughter’s first Christmas this year. TFS

    • This is the first christmas of my granddaughter too. She has been a blessing for our family.

  2. Love this idea! I love anything personalized like this. Thanks for sharing!
    Love hugs and prayers
    Carol

  3. Your project turned out great, Omayra! Love what you did with the printable vinyl! 🙂

    • Chad, the printable vinyl is an awesome product. I really like it. Thank you for your comment.

  4. Love your project, I have some of the printable vinyl from KNK but haven’t been brave enough to try it out yet. You are inspiring me to find a project to put it to use!

  5. What a sweet gift! I have wanted to try printable vinyl, but I’m afraid to waste it–silly me. Thanks for sharing!

  6. What a great idea. I really need to start using my photoshop to do crafting. You are giving just the right inspiration.

  7. What do you think, would it work with shrinky dinks? What did you use for your ornament background design? Its adorable!
    love hugs and prayers
    Carol

  8. Thanks for trying out the printable vinyl, Omayra! It looks great!! I’m thinking there are lots of things that it could be used for. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Great idea using the baby’s picture. Darling baby. Unique gift idea and very creative.
    Thanks for sharing.

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