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Harvest Gift Wrap for Small Boxes and Wine Bottles

Heading to a party this fall? Deck out your presents to the hostess with this beautiful autumnal gift wrap.

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Photography by: Aaron Dyer

Looking for a way to help a holiday hostess gift stand out? We’ve got you covered. These pretty vintage harvest designs give any offering seasonal appeal. Download our clip art below; print and cut out. Use our specially sized designs for wine bottles, pairs of taper candles, and matchbooks. Or use a patterned sheet to wrap chocolate bars and other small items. The finishing touch: Punch a hole in each tag and secure it with twine.

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Now put it all together! If you are looking to offer a more substantial gift, try putting a few of the items on this page in a gift box lined with this harvest gift wrap. Some other gift ideas to throw in the mix:

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Photography by: Helen Norman

Holiday Harvest Hurricanes

These are perfect clustered as a centerpiece, bookended on a mantle, or sprinkled around the house as reminders of the season. They are much simpler than they look. And the results are simply magnificent. 

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Harvest Napkin Ties

For something that will really set the mood (or at least the table), all you need are some acorns and satin ribbon. For a really stunning presentation, make a full set of these ties and put them in a harvest gift-wrapped box.

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Maple Leaf Cookies

There are very few people who would say no to a homemade sugar cookie. These buttery, delicate, crumbly morsels of pure-maple goodness are the perfect treat for a sweet hostess.

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Herb Wreath

Each herb in this wreath carries a symbolic meaning -- oregano for joy of the mountain, rosemary for remembrance, bay leaves for victory, etc. In Victorian times, an herb bouquet was actually recognized as a nonverbal expression of sentiment. The best part: Your hostess can hang this up right by the stove and use the herbs for cooking. Watch as Martha demonstrates how to make this wreath in the video below.