How to Be a Gift Wrapping Guru This Holiday Season
By Abigail Matheson| December 14, 2016 |
Who's the best elf in Boston? You are.
Artistic gift wrapping at Paper Source.
This season, add a little of your style DNA to your gift-giving. Calligraphy, creative gift wrapping, and handmade cards are fabulous ways to make your friends and family feel even more special.
DIY GIFT WRAP Learn how to give your gift-wrapping your own personal touch at Paper Source’s Holiday Gift Wrap Workshop. Ribbons, wrapping paper, and festive accents will be provided to help you dress up your presents perfectly. December 8, 6–8 pm, 338 Boylston St., 617-536-3444
SCROLL DOWN There’s nothing like a handwritten card, but when it’s in calligraphy, it’s even more of a keeper. “I just think it’s such a beautiful, personal, artistic manifestation of thoughts and caring and gifts and ideas,” says Liz Roessler, of Lettering by Liz, who teaches the art of calligraphy at her Leather District studio. 118 South St., 617-697-3011
GET CARDED Artist Jamel Saliba credits her printer for creating her beautiful designs, but we know better—it’s her talent. Saliba, whose clients include Chanel and Bloomingdale’s, is the mastermind behind the Boston-based Melsy’s Illustrations, a custom card-making and illustration service.