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Paper craftWhen the mind is your canvas, imagination becomes your brush. There are no limits to creativity except self imposed mind blocks. When you invest time in making a gift memorable it is even more important to choose the right gift wrap. Besides being unique and personal there is also innovation and exclusivity in making the gift stand out – the gift says loud and clear `it’s from you’!

There is a variety to textures to choose from. Kantha Bhattad of Paperage prefers handcrafted paper. She believes “a good handcrafted paper is made from re-cycled paper”, also they are eco-friendly as well as durable.

Kantha specializes in designer saree bags decorated with stones and laces to give a rich look. These bags can be gifted as it is or used to present a gift. She also makes paper wine bags which are in great demand during Christmas. 

Kantha recommends using plain corrugated boards for gift wrapping and by adding a splash of colours it becomes a myriad coloured wrapper. Also by using glitter paint on sand paper one can arrive at a glazed effect and that can be used on an ad hoc pattern on the board to give an ‘appliqué design’ look.

Kantha feels ‘one needs an eye for detail’ and an aesthetic sense of design and voila! You become a gifted person with Midas touch for packaging.

Kantha gives a few tips on how to make your own gift wrapper:

1.Procure crushed hand crafted paper and block print with a motif in either single colour or contrasting colours (for that enhanced look) and your signature gift wrapper is ready. Besides being economical (especially when you do in large numbers), it also gives a trendy customized feel.

2.Use glitter or satin paper on glazed sheets and make borders and frills on the boxes (could be an ordinary shop box) to make readymade gift wrap boxes.

3.By painting sand paper with metallic colours and later cutting them into shapes them you can paste them on coloured plain sheets for a `sticker book’ effect.

The spotlight is on presentation and an amazing wrapper will make your gift extra special. So, go creative and present gifts with personal style, originality and flair! With a little out of the box thinking you get a wrapper that can also become a gift!

Kantha can be contacted on phone: 9884003667

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