Earlier this week, we shared some of our favorite printable gift tags for the holidays. But gifts need more than just tags! So, we've rounded up 30 awesome and totally free wrapping paper and gift box printables for you to enjoy. Happy gift giving!
It's time to ditch the store-bought bag! We've rounded up 40 unique and stylish gift wrap ideas that will bring your present-giving game up a notch -- without breaking the bank!
I like to wrap my Christmas presents in kraft paper, which means that I need lots of colorful gift tags to offset its stark look. Thankfully, there are tons of free printable tags available on the internet this time of year... and many of them are prettier than anything you could buy in the stores. Click through for my favorites.
My name is Capree and I am a wrapping paper hoarder. (Phew! It feels good to get that off my chest!) I have an entire closet full of wrapping paper and several drawers of a giant, Mid-Century dresser are dedicated to all manner of colorful ribbon. It's... a problem. Fortunately, there is a simple, budget-friendly solution that I can't wait to implement!
Yesterday, I shared a few of my favorite DIY gift wrap ideas. Well, you can't leave those gifts undressed and naked! Here are 35 gift tag and gift topper ideas that are sure to offer the perfect finishing touch to your holiday gifts this year. Enjoy!
If store-bought wrapping paper just isn't doing it for you this year, here are over 30 DIY gift wrap ideas to inspire and delight! Happy crafting!
10. Tinsel Bow...
This free black and white gift wrap, while created for Halloween, could definitely be used year-round! On top of that, you can even print it out to use as a poster or wall art! That's a whole lot of awesome, people.
I know, I know. Rolling pins?? That sounds like a bunch of malarkey, but trust me when I tell you that this idea is genius!
While brown paper packages tied up with string are classic and timeless, we love this modernized, hand-crafted approach!
Kate Lilley of Mini-Eco created these stunning and simple gift wrap designs using silver pens and, well, her imagination! The metallic ink and brown paper combo keeps things looking classy, while the faceted designs keep everything up-to-the-minute fresh. Check out more over on Mini-Eco!
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It's no secret that I'm obsessed with wrapping paper and ribbon (Remember my closet? And yes, it still looks the same, only now it has even more wrapping paper... and about three times as much ribbon!). One of my favorite go-to, wrap-it-in-a-pinch, easy peasy gift wrapping strategies is the no-fail "brown paper package tied up with string" approach. The best string to use in such a case? Baker's twine. It's got just enough pizazz to keep things looking pulled together and charming. There's only one problem: it can get pretty dang expensive. So, what's a crafty gift wrapping fiend to do? Make her own!
Somehow, the closet in our guest room was bestowed the unique honor of being the gift wrap storage center. It's perfectly suitable for the job but, let's face it, my perpetually sliding stack of paper could use some help. And don't even get me started on the ribbons which, as a girl barely pushing 5'4", are annoyingly out-of-reach.
I know I'm not the only one with A) a wrapping paper hoarding problem and B) a wrapping paper storage...