‘Tis the season to be giving! And with that, comes the gift wrapping. Add style and personalize your presents with these decorating ideas. I’m a little last minute with my gift shopping this year so I will be sharing 10 of my favorite gift-wrapping ideas from Pinterest.
I love wrapping gifts. I find it so therapeutic. I take the time to fold the corners real crisp. I take gift wrapping seriously. I used to work at Pier1 Imports and I was the cashier who could wrap any gift, any shape, any size with ease.
I will be sharing my gift wrapping techniques on Instagram so follow along to see what ideas I come up with.
Black, White, & Gold – My favorite glam color scheme. My favorite gifts have the bells hanging from them and of course the big full bows. For more gift wrapping ideas, head over to Boxwood Clippings blog.
Rustic Red and White – Mix craft paper and wrapping paper for a layered look. Mix in Christmas Clippings for a Natural touch and the person’s initial for personalization. You could also add an ornament for a little more sparkle. For the tutorial visit, On Sutton Place blog.
Stamp it – Personalize brown paper with alphabet stampers with each individual’s name for a homemade touch or stamp some holiday cheer with the word “joy”. For more gift wrapping ideas, visit Babble.com
Chalkboard Packaging – Wrap your presents in black craft paper and draw with white pencil or paint pens to give the look and feel of Chalkboard presents. For the tutorial, visit Going Home to Roost blog.
For the Traveler – wrap your gift with a recycled map or Atlas. Bonus points for using a map with a place that actually traveled too. For the tutorial, visit Lime Doodle Design.
Gold Tipped Paper Feathers – No bow? No problem. Create a feather pattern out of colored construction paper or even a newspaper. Add a little glam by spraying your faux feather with gold spray paint. For the full tutorial, please visit Lia Griffith.
Girlie Gifts and Gift Tags – Simple yet adorable. One single ribbon for a pop of color and then black and white string to hold the decorative tag. For free graphic gift tag printables, visit Birds Party blog.
Sticker it! – Cover your package with craft paper, wrap with raffia, and apply holiday stickers of your choice. For the tutorial, check out Midwest Living.
Boxwood Wreath – I love boxwood plants. For a rustic yet holiday gift wrap idea, use boxwood branches and burlap. For the tutorial, visit Craftberry Bush blog.
For the bookworm – Wrap small gifts with bookpages and add a monogram for each of your friends. I would take this gift wrap technique one step further by adding a mini candy cane or fake holly berries for a holiday touch. Tutorial via Erinnish.
Are you behind on your holiday shopping like me? These gift wrapping ideas are simple and will make your friends/family feel special when they open them. Which Holiday gift wrap idea will you choose?
Are you a gift-wrapping fanatic like I am? Tag @byamadesigns on Instagram so I can check out your holiday gifts ! I would love to see them.
Happy Holidays Everyone!