5 Top gift wrapping hacks!
If you are looking for an eco-friendly and inexpensive way to wrap up this Christmas then look no further! We have trawled the web to find some of the best DIY gift wrapping hacks to add a personal touch to your gifts this festive season.
1. How about washi tape Christmas tree bags:
All it takes to create this cute tree gift wrap is patterned washi tape in festive colours and patterns. Start longer at the bottom, tearing smaller pieces as you work your way up the tree to create your design.
Take a look at the tutorial on Food Crafts and Family
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2. Perhaps try folded kraft paper and simple plant decor:
Make intricate details out of plain brown paper by creating three folds and sticking simple but effective greenery inside the gaps. Then, add tiny christmas themed stickers on top.
We love this look!
For the tutorial check out Kate’s Creative Space
3. Homemade Christmas light paper
This is a great chance for a Christmas ‘crafternoon’ with the kids! Simple but effective string light outline with a black marker pen and using finger paints for the lights in your favourite colours.
You can find more details at Burlap and Blue
4. Berry and Holly Bows
Spruce up economical brown gift boxes with your choice of ribbon and by attaching artificial holly and berries.
Our kraft board boxes are available in 22 sizes.
5. Festive patterned rubber stamps
Create your own patterned paper or gift bags this Christmas by using your favourite stamps in a variety of colours, we love this particular stamp from Skull and Cross buns.
Take a look at the full range of Christmas stamps here, there are so many to choose from!
For a more rustic look try stamping on brown paper bags with twisted handles and layering printed (or stamped) gift labels.
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We hope this helps with some inspiration but as always, we love to see your creations! Please tag us in any online pictures so we can appreciate your handiwork and share with our followers.