Evergreen Wreaths Gift Wrap

Gillian Bowen-Johntson aka The Singing Cricket

Evergreen Wreaths wrapping paper

Christmas wreaths began in a bygone era. As far back as the Persian Empire where they symbolized renewal and celebrations of successes. They were once small diadems worn as crowns by the wealthy. Centuries passed but the tradition remained, and Gillian from her Australian workshop is painting the most prodigious botanical wreaths ever. Her cat xx by her side and her palette on the table, she reminds us that mother nature is woven into each and every day, turning each season into a spectacle for the eyes.

Check the best paired ribbons in the Look Evergreen Wreaths and the small size matching Gift bag S.

Match this gift wrap with its sticky gift tags for a total look.


  • 70x100cm
  • 100 g/m²
  • Double-sided printed

Note: Our gift wraps are all shipped rolled in a protective tube.

In stock

WEIGHT                   100 g /m2

DIMENSIONS        70x100cm (maxi large sheet, rolled)

PAPER                       100% recycled

INK                             Offset quadri full color, UV drying process, Double-sided

PANTONE               –

ORIGIN                     From Angers, France


Lovingly designed from all over the world and prepared by hand in the medieval city of Angers, France.

Our IMPRESSION ORIGINALE wrapping papers and ribbons are perfect not only for wrapping but for drawer liners, and craft projects. Be inspired to create the gift you have always dreamed of – that’s the way it should be!

“Love what you do, spread the love…” 

Additional information

Weight 0,10 kg
Dimensions 70 × 6 × 100 cm
Gillian Bowen-Johnston

Gillian Bowen-Johnston

Gillian Bowen-Johnston aka A Singing Cricket is an illustrator from the Otways, a rainforested, southern region in Victoria.  She is fascinated with the natural world and collects plants, insects, fossils and antique natural history books.  She started her career in Japanese ink painting (sumi-e), and developed through to chinoiserie, and nature and botanical illustrations.  Her business “A Singing Cricket” is named from a small cricket in her sumi-e work.

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