If you've been searching for the perfect way to wrap your favorite foodie's gift but the gingerbread men and candy canes just aren't edgy enough, how about wrapping their gifts with a burger?
Start-up company Gift Couture has come out with a wildly delicious and inventive way to wrap gifts. Wrapping paper comes in five different graphic rolls: bun, burger, cheese, lettuce, and tomato. So... if you wrap six packages (one each for buns), you'll get a perfect burger stack of gifts. We've figured out some additional combinations, like:
Bun, lettuce, tomato, bun = a veggie sandwich for vegan friends.
Bun lettuce, tomato, cheese, bun = for your vegetarian friends.
lettuce, tomato, cheese, burger = for your celiac friends.
Bun, lettuce, tomato, burger, bun = for your kosher friends.
The combinations are endless.
a downside to this awesomeness, though. The company is still trying to
get funding for this project through Kickstarter. So far, it's
raised $1,700 with $7,600 needed by January. If you pledge a
donation of $20, you'll be sent a set of this cool wrapping paper
sometime in February. Use it for Valentine's Day, or put it away from
To pledge to help out gift couture, click here.
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