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How to Make Wrapping Paper Part 2
First, gather items that you would like to make a print of on your wrapping paper. You can use just about anything. To make a unique print, draw a design on a sponge and then cut it out with a pair of scissors. Hot glue a piece of cardboard on to the sponge so that it is easier to stamp.
You can use a fun shaped bead or button such as a star to make a stamper. Hot glue a small piece of wood to the bead for a handle. Next lay a piece of tissue paper on your table, choose your pink colors and pour some on to a paper plate.
Dip the stamp into the paint making sure that your stamp is covered but not dripping. Stamp your paper choosing a pattern that you like, make sure that it will appear in your stamp in the paint before each print.