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Welcome to Beyond The Grommets: the wonders, wanders and what-nots from The Gift Wrap Company Design Studio. Catchy huh?! We are a diverse group of eight cheeky young ladies who design all the products found in The Gift Wrap Company’s range (lovingly referred to here on out as TGWC, I hope you can appreciate the short and sweet!).

Referred around the company as “The Boston Studio” in actuality we are not in Boston proper but rather about 40 miles west in a town called Hudson. Day in and day out we work together (and quite well I happily report) to keep the product line fresh, be innovative and most importantly to create fun designs you all will love to see adorning our products.

So please check in and enjoy our ramblings while we attempt to inspire, educate and maybe even enlighten about the little bits and bites that happen
beyond the grommets.


Product Spotlight
December 16, 2016


We are thrilled to introduce our newest licensing partner, Little Cube. Illustrated by German born, turned Parisian artist Sarah Betz.tgwc_little-cube-birthday-animals

“Birthday Animals” by Little Cube is an adorable collection featuring recycled gift wrap and 3 recycled white kraft gift bags that will charm youthful birthday boys and girls of all ages. I absolutely love the snake in this design, because, who doesn’t love a cute birthday snake!




“Bird Song” by Little Cube features a sweet springtime design on recycled gift wrap and 2 recycled white kraft gift bags. This cute bird print with pink and blue flowers will make a perfect gender neutral offering for baby gifts.


Pair Birthday Animals playful pastel collection with our soft twill ribbons or a contrasting spotted jute ribbon. Try tissue in yellow, pewter, pink, and light blue. Compliment Bird Song gift wrap with our in stitches Grosgrain ribbon and keepsake polka posies bow.


Coming soon… Little Cube Stationery!


Shop All Little Cube here or Contact Customer Service for more details!

As the Creative Coordinator at The Gift Wrap Company, I spend my days planning our trade shows, styling theme shots for our catalogs and a number of oddball things in between. I love experimenting with new ways to use paper and ribbon because the possibilities are endless! By the end of a good day I am usually covered in glitter and have tape stuck somewhere to my body.