Try this easy necktie idea for dressing up a gift for Father’s Day (or any other occasion that calls for a masculine gift). It works best on a rectangular or tall gift. You may already be a pro at tying a necktie; if not, the videos below show two different ways to do it. I used the method in the second one for the ties in the photo above. I recommend waiting to trim the ends in a “V” shape until you’re done tying – that way the edges won’t fray – and using some sharp scissors meant for fabric. [read more…]
Nashville Wraps employees are quick to roll up their sleeves and pitch in to help a neighbor. When Greg Nickell heard that his church was collecting donations to help Oklahoma tornado victims, he knew the rest of Nashville Wraps would want to get involved. [read more…]
A timeless elegance is created in the classic style of antique wedding gowns and floral arrangements. This vintage look was created with the beautiful Lace Cutworks gift wrap and light and airy cream Satin Sheer Ribbon. Silk flowers in matching tones are added to accent this stunning gift decoration. [read more…]
Not many of you know this, but as well as being active at Nashville Wraps I am also a pilot. I fly a 1956 model Cessna 172. While it sounds somewhat antiquated, it flies very well. If you look a little closer inside, it has more technology in its avionics than many of the commercial jets flying today. That little plane has the best of both worlds: the old school design and the latest tech. [read more…]
Today’s blog is by crafting designer and gift wrap expert Gina Tepper. Gina’s designs have appeared on ABC, NBC & FOX affiliates in Washington DC. She has also served as a judge for Scotch Brand’s Most Gifted Wrapper Contest. Please visit Gina’s website at www.giftdecorating.com and her blog www.ginatepper.com.
With Spring now in full swing and Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, the idea of using fresh flowers and twine to dress up a gift seems just about perfect to me. This combination provides major impact in no time at all. [read more…]
Just in time for the start of wedding season and Mother’s Day, here’s an easy how-to for beautiful tissue paper roses. They might look time-consuming to make, but reading these directions will probably take you more time than it does to make them! [read more…]
Nashville Wraps specializes in custom printed labels. Labels can be one of the best ways to advertise your business or promote your product. They are very economical, easy to create and shipped fast. After final art approval, ink print labels ship in 48 hours and hot stamp labels in 72 hours.
Our customer The Beach Nut in Virginia Beach, Virginia uses them on their bags and jewelry boxes, as shown here. This quaint boutique full of beach treasures is located inside Waterman’s Surfside Grill. Shop owner Mariah Standing makes sure her packaging stands out from the other beach shops using Nashville Wraps packaging and her own unique labels. [read more…]
Nestled in a little house near East Nashville’s 5 Points, The Green Wagon has a big mission: To make living sustainably convenient for their customers. Owner Jennifer Casale’s dream of creating a green general store, stocked only with natural and organic products sustainably made in the USA and locally produced whenever possible, was funded with her own savings and a lot of hard work. [read more…]
Sometimes less really is more when it comes to packaging. Plain bags or boxes embellished with a combination of black, white and kraft make for a clean, modern style. It’s a bit like a black and white photo: classic, timeless, even a little sophisticated. It also happens to be a very budget-friendly and earth-friendly option, using inexpensive materials like recycled kraft paper and twine. [read more…]