New Stone Wrap Treeless Gift Wrap is Literally Made from Rock!

November 8, 2013

in eco-friendly packaging, gift & gourmet business, How Tos, Offering a Gift Wrapping Service, Packaging, USA

StoneRemember playing Rock – Paper – Scissors? That is truly what our newest gift wraps are made from: rock. So it’s rock paper.

Stone Wrap® Treeless Paper is like no other wrapping paper you’ve tried. It is made from 75% limestone and 25% polyethylene. This environmentally responsible wrap is a reclaimed byproduct of the mining industry that would have been discarded. The paper is made without water or bleach and is recyclable. It’s made in the USA from imported material.

Stone Wrap has a vinyl feel with a luxurious matte finish and it cuts and wraps beautifully with no jagged edges like regular paper. It’s also waterproof, so packages won’t get ruined in the snow or rain. Best of all are the beautiful designs it comes in, including Chevron, Polka Dot, Tiles and super fun Christmas designs like Mad for Plaid, Whoo-lidays (Owls) and Deerly Holiday. New designs will be added for Spring 2014.

Stone Wrap Gift TowerStone Wrap is available in 417′ counter rolls and 85′ convenience rolls, all 30″ wide, which is great for extra-large gifts. We also offer resale rolls for your store so you can provide gift wrap for sale to your customers. You get 24 assorted rolls (4 rolls each of 6 designs) for $54 per case ($2.25 each). They are shrink-wrapped, barcoded and pre-priced for resale at $4.95 each. Current designs include: Holiday Classic, Winter Fun, Chevron Mix and Patterns Galore. This is a good profit-making opportunity for your shop this season.

Watch the video below to see how easily Stone Wrap cuts. I also show how to wrap a gift, how to make a gift tower and how to make a “hair bow” gift bow:

Buffie Baril

Buffie Baril helps with online advertising, social media marketing, content creation, and search engine optimization for Nashville Wraps. She loves learning, interior design, Apples to Apples and most of all her fabulous husband and her three brilliant and very funny children.

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