Have you ever been worried about lack of nice gift wrapping ideas on many occasions? I believe most people do. This article gathers some creative yet pocket-friendly wrapping ideas. Hope you find them helpful!
1. Personalized gift wrapping with confetti
All you need is confetti and transparent double-sided tape to create a truly festive gift package.
2. Felt Roses
Stack you two shades of felt, and take a marker and trace a round object onto the top layer of felt. Cut through both layers so that you have two circles starting at the edge, cut a spiral in each circle. Using adhesive, secure the center of the rose and start wrapping, gluing...
3. Fringed GoodnessAfter wrapping the gift in colorful paper, cut a variety of colored paper strips (we also used metallic cellophane) and then cut slits in each strip to make a fringe.
4. Gift with A Fabric Flower
5. Heart Cut Out Gift Wrapping
Cut out a simple shape -- like a heart or even a Christmas tree -- to add a little glitz to your gift.
6. Typography Gift Wrap
The gifts don’t have to be lavish to be extraordinary. The more simple it is, the more it leaves a lasting impression, especially when you create it with great gift...
7. Make The Wrap Part Of The Gift
Thoughtfully chosen recycled materials create elegant or creatively wrapped presents...Use a colourful tea towel and smart ribbon – the tea towel could even be part of the gift.
8. Gift Wrapping Idea with Maps
Maps continue to be a trendy decorating theme and, better still, many are large enough to wrap several small gifts or one large one. To make the wrap more personal, select a map that shows the recipient's birthplace or a favorite travel destination.
9. Lovely Japanese gift wrapping ideas
You can use some colored clothing to use as gift-wrapping and make the present very special and artistic. The fact is there are many ways of wrapping cloths like tying a bundle or creating a flower like effect or a bow to make the gift wrapping special...
10. Newspaper and Garden String
Just old newspaper and garden string! Wrap & tie it up .. that's it!
11. Paper Basket To Hold Treats
DIY paper basket to hold treats simply with used kraft paper, scissors and glue...A unique small candy gift basket is done!
I had been looking for some cutesy polka dot wrapping paper for a couple of photoshoots and couldn’t find it so I made it myself. ... White stamp pads are ordered online...
Wrap your present with a word search wrapping paper for the puzzle lover of your life. It will be like two gifts in one. Be assured that wrapping paper will be saved to play with later and your ingenious creativity will be applauded too. This is one of the most creative gifts packing ideas.
14. Re-purposed Sweater Gift Wrap
Use some dated wooly sweaters on some of the packages...Simply cut off the arm and slid the cardboard gift box thru so it was nice and snug. I tied the remaining wool into a bow, and in the second picture just used a panel of the fabric for a different look.
Simply studded on the textured paper, then tied with string. Simple DIY creates a luxurious touch!
16. Tag for a Throw Gift
Cozy throw blankets holiday gifts.
Decorated with reindeer antlers and a red nose, it easily transforms into Rudolph. The faithful companion of Santa Claus will delight children as well as older children. A good introduction before discovering the gift ...
18. Valentine Tag & Box
19. Wax Paper Bow
Stick with basic, neutral wrapping paper choosing to dress up the package with fun design elements. Wrap the boxes with a basic brown paper using the Elmer's double stick tape…You'll get an eco-friendly gift boxes!
20. Bright Baubles
Pom poms are easy to make, especially with a handy pom pom maker (craft stores stock many of these). Again, start by wrapping the present in colorful paper. Then use a hot glue gun to affix a selection of little pom poms to the top of your present. You could also attach looped string to each pom pom and tie them to ribbon wrapped around the present so that the lucky present recipient can use them as Christmas ornaments afterwards.
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