Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

I started wrapping hampers since last September. A few people taught me the basics but I found my own style of wrapping.

Today I wrapped two RM80 hampers and would like to share with you. May be you can wrap your own hampers for your friends.

First, get all the stuff ready.


Next, build the backbone using cellophane tape.


Then, arrange the other stuff all around the backbone which is put in the plastic basket.


Done! For display..



Wishing all Muslim blogger:

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Comments

  1. Got tips to make tall tall ones? Like KLCC, he he he!

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  2. green + red... raya color! so tall and i'm sure the structure is real strong. =)

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  3. Beautiful hampsters! Thanks for the great tips. Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri :)

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  4. hi Wenn, looking at the hampers.. u really own a lot of stock, can see from the backdrop.. hahaha..

    Back to hampers wrapping, i think i wont be able to do that... looks easy hor? but i think i buy if i ever want.. but then doing oneself is more worth it, for rm80, u can wrap up more than buying outside..

    btw, Wenn, my new URL
    www.reanaclaire.com

    just drop the blogspot.ok? thanks wenn..tonite i add back yr url to my bloglist cos it went mission during the transmission last night..
    now i m trying to recall.. hahha..

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  5. You are good at this. Have a nice holiday

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  6. hmm, tht's very nice!
    perhaps i shd pick up d trade too
    mind teachin me? LOL

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  7. Wow!Your very geng chao~

    Me myself dont even know how to arrange them~ Don't mention on wrapping it~ =___="

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  8. War...you have been wrapping since August? Very busy huh! :)

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  9. Raya hamper with liquor -_-"
    Keep until CNY lah...

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  10. don't worry..that's just sparkling juice with the word 'halal'..

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  11. Wow, nice hampers!! Really need lots of cellophane tape to put them in place.

    Have a nice weekend :)

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  12. ya..good quality cellophane tape..otherwise, it won't stay long..might tumble down..

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  13. It does look very simple from your demonstration and very pretty too!

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  14. wah.. so big hamper!!
    i also want!
    hahaha..

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  15. Selamat Hari Raya, Maaf Zahir dan Batin. =)

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  16. Wow! This is so cool! I'll have to remember this in case I have to wrap a basket. Terrific!

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  17. That's lovely! I want to learn how to wrap a hamper too. It would come in handy for Chinese New Year.

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  18. I'm not good at wrapping hampers but am pretty good receiving them. LOL

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  19. So nice of you. Lucky lah who got them. :)

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  20. ya..great gift during festive seasons..

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  21. nice! now everybody can wrap their own hamper! :)

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  22. Oh, thanks for this lesson on wrapping hampers! Now I know how : )

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  23. Thanks for sharing, Wenn. I don't think I can wrap as nice.

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  24. well, practice makes perfect..

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  25. nicely wrapped! happy raya to all muslims out there!

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  26. thx,but definitely been practicing..

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  27. ya..learn to wrap yr own hampers..

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