Wrapped with: Polka dot wrapping paper
Tied with: Garden twine
Topped with: Pressed leaf and paper leaf tag
You can find this exact paper at Paper Source.
Check your garage, shed, or even your kitchen junk drawer to see if you already have a spool of garden twine. If not, head on down to your favorite home improvement store.
Here in California, we still have a few green leaves on the trees. I find them on the ground and place them in books until they are pressed flat and dry. You can also cut simple leaf shapes out of paper and attach them with double-sided tape. Consider other natural objects to attach to packages, such as sticks, stones, pine branches, and flowers.
See all twelve wrap ideas for 2011 here.