fabric wrapping tutorial #5
My son was invited to a birthday this past weekend at a fire station. It was so fun! They got to tour the fire station, see where the firemen sleep (which was the kids’ favorite part for some reason), eat, hang out and work out. By the way, they sleep in bunk beds 🙂 The firemen were so friendly…and so cute, ahem. They also got to play on the fire trucks which was my son’s favorite part. I got to look at the cute firemen which was my favorite part. What is it with men in uniform? Okay, okay, back to the topic. Where was I? Oh yeah, he got to pretend drive, speak into the walkie-talkie, and pretend to put out fires, of course. It was a blast all around.
So we picked out legos as a gift. It’s a simple rectangular box so I thought a simple wrapping in a cute fabric will work great.
So here we go.
Fabric, I cut to about 21″ square and did a quick hem
Start with your box placed in the middle of the fabric.
You can stop here and be done! But…I prefer cleaner edges so I use my scorer to tuck in all the loose corners and tighten up everything.And now you’re all done! How simple was that? You can add any embellishments to make it more your own.
Happy wrapping, everyone!