Fringe Wrapping

"Fringe" cut edges will take your wrapping game from everyday to exceptional!
Try expirementing with paper sizes and wrapping methods to suit your presents.

You will need...

- Materials: -

  • Design Paper (standard A4 size paper)
  • Ribbon or wrapping ties

- Tools -

  • Scissors
  • Glue

- Before you start -

  • Make sure you have your design paper ready in advance.
  • Don't forget, you can print design paper using the smartphone app "Epson Creative Print".

How to

1 1. Lay the design paper vertically, and fold the left and right sides so that the edges overlap by 1cm at the center. This will be the width of the bag.
2. Unfold the paper.
3. Glue along the upper edge, and then fold the upper part over and glue it down. This folded section will become the fringe.
2 4. Fold the paper back in toward the center, and glue the overlapping edges together.
5. Fold up the lower part 2 times, as shown in the image, and glue it down to create the bag.
6. Cut the top portion to the point glued in number 3 to make the fringe.
3 Close up the opening, cinch it with a wrapping tie, and it's finished!
Fringe can be either squeezed closed and fanned like flower petals, or folded over flat.
4 Create a candy shape by making fringe and closing it at both ends.
5 If it's difficult to close the opening, before closing the opposite side: 1. Place a jar or cup inside, 2. Close up the opening, 3. Remove the jar or cup. After that, close up the oposite side for a simple and neat finish.

—Style 1—

The horizontal fold is ideal for wrapping handkerchieves.

Making the bag by starting with the paper placed horizontally will achieve a shape close to a square.

—Style 2—

The candy shape is a cute wrapping for candies and sweets.

Stuff it with an assortment of candies or cookies to hand out as valentine's gifts.

Creator Introduction

Maika Kokubo

Craft Planner. Promotes sales of stationery and other varieties of products, as well as creating craft instructions for books and websites.
Organizes small art classes called "Otona no zuga kosaku" (art lessons for adults), as well as a number of large workshop events at commercial facilities making use of her experiences of working at a theme park for kids. Provides instructions and an experience that everyone can enjoy.
An organizer for the Monozukuri project "Kufu no Tamago".
http://micke.co.jp

Printing Design Paper

You can choose from 20 pre-installed design paper patterns on the printer.

Getting More Bang From the App!

You can choose from 110 pre-installed design paper patterns using the app for smart devices.

Epson Creative Print

You can download the app from the App Store by Apple Inc. or from Google Play by Google Inc.

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