10 DIY Christmas Wrapping Ideas
CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP IDEAS TO MAKE YOUR TREE MORE JOLLY
It’s that time of year again. Time to start thinking about shopping lists, holiday parties, and wrapping. Oh, all that wrapping! It can be a tough thing. I mean, the wrapping papers you find in stores aren’t always the best. And for your loved ones, you have to have the best, right? So if you are having a hard time finding the perfect wrapping paper, or if you just want to make your wrapping paper a little more special this holiday season, try out some of these awesome DIY ideas! (My favorites are the ones involving confetti. Lots and lots of confetti.) Enjoy, and happy wrapping!
1. Painted Pretty
This would be a great one to do with the kids. Pick a few colors, grab a brush, and go to town!
2. Sports Ball Simply Stamped
3. Add Household Twinkling Trinkets
This wrapping paper is so cool and perfect for the sewing crafting recipient. Gotta love the black, white and gold combo.
4. Confetti Shimmer & Shake
Who wouldn’t love to receive a gift wrapped up with some confetti under an over wrap of cellophane? Kids will go crazy for it! They can shake these presents and watch the confetti move.
5. Stamped Stupendous
How rad is this idea? I love the polar bears. So cool!
6. Eraser Polka Dots Dappled
This is a classic. Grab a regular old number 2 pencils and stamp away! Try adding some color with different colored ink pads too!
7. Rubber Band Burst
Who knew rubber bands would make a perfect gift topper? It would be fun to watch someone get frustrated having to take all of these all off!
8. Confetti Coated
More confetti, please! A few different ways to make your gifts a little more festive and a whole lot more fun!
9. Pom Poms Popping
How fun is this? I have to give this a try. Not only is it pretty and fun, the pom poms add some fun texture.
I love this idea; there are so many ways to make it and have it work for different people. It’s all about customization, people!
Hope these Christmas gift wrapping ideas have inspired you! Feel free to visit my shops to find a little something to wrap up –