Mi-Pac are back with Portlebay!

In summer we were very excited to have teamed up with the very marvellous Mi-Pac, who make brilliant and unique accessories! We launched a competition in August offering a gorgeous Mi-Pac bag and a box of Portlebay Popcorn to 3 lucky winners, and we are delighted to announce that we are teaming up with them again for Day 23 of our Christmas Advent Competition (launching at 5pm tonight).

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A snap from the last time we teamed up with Mi-Pac

A little bit about Mi-Pac…

At Mi-Pac they like to mix it up and work with a whole collective of talented designers, and team up with like-minded brands to create unique and exclusive products! They travel the world gathering materials and sourcing inspiration from every corner of the globe (how cool, can we come?).

They strive for their accessories to be both functional and fashionable, but refuse to compromise on quality. Available in an array of block colours, Mi-Pac have oodles of signature prints and premium finishes – there really is a Mi-Pac for everyone!

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A range Mi-Pac Bags that we LOVE

To be in with a chance of winning some Mi-Pac accessories and a box of our Portlebay Popcorn, don’t forget to check out our social media page (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) and follow the instructions! (The competition launches at 5pm tonight!).

Portlebay’s Pimped Christmas Wrapping

Gift giving at Christmas is one of the many delightful parts of the festive period! We love the joy that it brings and all the prep that comes with it! However, a gift wouldn’t be as enchanting without the decorative wrap and accessories! So we have come up with four simple but chic looks for you to pimp your Christmas wrapping (these looks work best wrapped around boxes.)

You will need:

  • Brown wrapping paper (parcel paper)
  • Some pretty/festive twine
  • Some festive accessories to tie onto the parcel (these can be purchased at any shops that sell crafty things!)
  • Cello tape
  • Scissors
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You will need

Step 1: Measure up and cut accordingly the amount of brown paper that is required to cover your present. Carefully wrap the gift, but do be attentive as brown paper does crease easily and so any folds that you may need to re-do could leave crinkles.

Step 2: Take the twine and tie it around the gift (not to tightly else the paper will crinkle). Once you have brought the twine back to the front side, tie it into a simple knot making sure that you still have quite a lot twine left for fastening your accessory.

Step 3: Place your festive accessory on top of the twine knot and then carefully tie a tight knot to keep the decoration secure. To finish off the look tie a bow on top of the knot and trim any extra twine. TA- DAH!

We would love to see how you’ve pimped your Christmas wrapping, do send us some snaps!