10 Amazing Gift Wrap Ideas for This Christmas
When I was about 7 years old, I remember getting a letter from Santa, along with my other cousins, that his elves were sick and he needed our help to wrap all of the presents. We even got thank you letters from Santa when our presents were delivered.
Now that I'm a little older, I realize my grandparents just didn't want to have to wrap all of our presents by themselves and they enlisted our help. I can't really blame them. :)
I've gathered 10 adorable ways to wrap your Christmas gifts this year. And if it seems like a lot of work, don't worry, I'm sure there are a few little ones who would love to be a Santa's helper this year, I won't tell. ;)
1. Printable Gift Tags from Dreams Factory
Diana's tags + some bakers twine and kraft paper and you're set.
2. More Printable Tags from Almost Makes Perfect
And isn't this all white look just amaaazing?? Anyone else dreaming of a white Christmas? :)
3. Printable Gift Wrap from Homey Oh My
This pattern is available to download from the link above, but if you're crafty, you can always make and print your own cute pattern. Who woulda thought!
4. Grocery Bag Paper from A Creative Mint
I would have NEVER thought of this, but isn't it just darling? Add some bakers twine, washi tape, and some cute tags and you've got the cutest little gifts.
5. Specked Christmas Gifts from Emmy Coletti
If you go see her post, Emmy even shows you how she did it. Plus she used a label maker for her labels and it's the cutest touch.
6. Washi Tape Tree's from Food Crafts and Family
You could do this on a treat bag like this photo or even a fully wrapped gift!
7. Paper Straw Art from Splash of Something
Have you figured out yet that you seriously need to invest in some bakers twine for gift wrapping this year??
8. Twig Tree Gift Toppers from Fellow Fellows
These twig tree's are so cute and they look so fun to make!
9. Star Garland from Homey Oh My
You may have noticed, but this is the second roundup from Homey Oh My. She has the best ideas.
10. Parcel Gift Wrapping from Lmnop
These would be cute if sent through the mail or even given in person with stickers instead of stamps!
I hope you found a little inspiration for your gift wrapping this year. I know I sure did!
Happy gift wrapping!