Our attention is often focused on the presentation of our thoughtfully selected gifts, but the fact that we are low on wrapping paper is overlooked while we are busy cutting, taping, and decorating. Wrapping gifts is an effortless task if you have items around the house that can be reused. In addition, handmade presents are more personal and beautiful than those wrapped with store-bought paper. Christmas Eve is almost here, so you might want to make a change in the way you wrap gifts for your loved ones. The following ideas are some creative gifts packaging ideas for Christmas. If you’re not sure what to do with your gifts, try these out-of-the-box ideas.
Washi tape and plain paper as a gift wrap combo can make a striking statement. Once the paper is applied, cut a shape out or arrange the washi tape on your item, or use the tape in a random manner for a fun pattern.
Handmade Christmas Present Toppers
Adding some creativity and fun to your Christmas gifts is easy with these handmade holiday present toppers. Simple to make and take only minutes to create, these DIY gift toppers add a special touch to any gift.
Couture Paper Bow Ties
Sending gift items with this adorable and inexpensive origami bow is a wonderful way to add a touch of charm. Using recycled paper or old magazines is a fun and easy way to make these.
Keep It Natural
The natural look is one of our favorite gift wrapping ideas. The perfect combination of neutral colors and elements you’d find in the great outdoors is always a wise choice this time of year. Wrap your gifts first with kraft paper. Aside from being made of 100% recycled paper, this paper has a neutral background. A simple, but thoughtful, touch is to pick up some greenery or botanicals from your local grocery store or flower shop and then attach it to your wrapped gift. You may be tempted to leave the gift-wrapped for a few minutes if you present this creative gift wrapping idea.
Printable Pillow Gift Boxes
One of these cute pillow boxes would be a great way to send jewelry to a friend. It can be used as a template to create your own pattern paper or as a free printable.
What are the fastest and easiest ways to wrap something? They can be printed at home on this adorable gift tag and eye-dotted paper. If you want the tags to look best, use glossy photo paper, and if you want the wrapping to look best, use card stock.