Is there anything better than getting a package that’s beautifully wrapped?! I mean sure, a ton of stuff is. I know it’s Christmas, but let’s not go overboard. But how happy does good packaging make you because it’s often my favorite part about any gift exchange. If you’re looking to add some color to your holiday giving this year, this DIY string of lights gift wrap is the perfect place to start. Here’s how: Continue reading…
It’s that time y’all! As you’re wrapping gifts for Christmas this weekend (OMG THIS WEEKEND) don’t forget about these rad free printables! Not only are they the perfect solution if you want to avoid last minute crowds, but they’re also great to have on hand in case you run out of the paper you might already have on hand. If anything, you’ll want to order more gifts so that you get a chance to try them all!
1. Printable Gift Wrap by Proper
2. Christmas Wrapping Paper by Homey Oh My
3. Marble and Gold Gift Wrap by The Lovely Drawer
4. Pattern Gift Wrap by Almost Makes Perfect
Stock up on scissors and tape (and let’s be honest, wine) because it’s almost time to stay up all night wrapping gifts! If you’re looking to make the presents under your tree really pop this year, then go the extra mile with these ten creative gift wrap ideas. I really can’t decide which one I like best, so it looks like I’ll have to do them all…How are you wrapping your presents this year?
1. Jewelry Gift Wrap by Sarah Hearts
2. Gingerbread Houses by The House Lars Built
3. Spray Painted Gift Wrap by Oh So Beautiful Paper
4. Hand Painted Gift Wrap by Almost Makes Perfect
Okay, so have you ever been on your way to a party and realized you didn’t have any gift wrap on hand (and no time to get to the store). I think we’ve all been there. Here are three last minute gift wrap diy ideas you can make with what you have in your home right now!
Time: 3-15 minutes, depending on design
Materials: paper bag, stamp pad (or acrylic paint) Q-tips Cotton Swabs and Precision Tips, glue gun
Making polka dot wrapping paper is BEYOND easy! Take your Q-tips Cotton Swab, dap it on your ink pad and then dot on your paper. You should be able to get 2-3 dots per ink dip. Continue adding colors until you’ve covered the paper. If you’re a super perfectionist, it helps to then wrap the gift and then go back in to add a few more dots (so you can be specific about the placement). Continue reading…