Cut 10 strips of foil wrapping paper. Each strip should be 2cm wide. In terms of length, three of the strips should be 7.5cm, three should be 6cm, three should be 5cm and one should be 3cm.
With the white side facing up, mark the halfway point of each strip. Still with the white side facing up, twist and fold either end to the middle point (one end at a time). The gold side should be on top of the white side. The paper should look like a figure of eight. Glue it in place.
Repeat this action for all the strips except the smallest one. Roll the small 3cm strip into a ring instead. Don’t worry if the strips aren’t perfectly alligned at the middle point.
Layer these individual bows on top of each other, starting with the biggest at the bottom (white side up). Rotate them as you go. (Together, layers one and two look like a cross.) Then layer diagonally. Glue each of the layers in place.
Finish off with the small 3cm ring in the middle. Let the bow rosette dry completely before attaching it to the gift.
Using glue or double-sided tape, attach the rosette bow directly to the wrapping paper. Use similar or complementary colours for the best effect.
If you have extra time, try making these fabric labels too.
Cut out a piece of gold paper 6cm by 12cm - or whatever size best suits the gift box. Then cut a piece of metre fabric the same size. We chose this pretty, lacy fabric to suit the feminine style of the gift wrapping.
Wrap the ribbon around the gift. An off-centre arrangement looks really stylish - perfect for a fashionista.
Punch holes in the corners of the gold paper and the fabric. Thread the holes with gold ribbon.