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Holiday Packaging Ideas

Holiday Packaging Ideas

After all that holiday shopping, now you have to start wrapping. A lot of people dread the thought of wrapping presents only for the paper to be shredded on Christmas morning. But it doesn't have to be like that, let your gift wrapping be a source of relaxtion this year.

Gift wrapping can be a tedious task at the holidays, especially if you wait til the last mintue. Start wrapping early, but instead of using traditional gift wrap have a little fun with your gift wrapping this year by creating your own! We've gathered a plethora of handmade gift wrap ideas to cover all your gifts big and small. From wrapping paper to bags to boxes, this article will cover some decorative ways to make your gift wrap pop!

Add a personal touch to your wrapping paper by painting custom designs on blank white paper. You can also use stencils for a more elegant look. 


Use household utensils and supplies to create one-of-a-kind patterns!


Add a monogram for extra personalization.


Give your holiday hostess a bottle of wine in this unquie wine caddy.


Cookie exchanges are super popular this time of year. Make sure your delicious cookies have a cute container with this easy craft. 


Add a 3D effect to your gift boxes with this uncoventional gift box design idea.


Color cordinate your gift bags with handmade ornament tags.


Use stencil, spouncers, and chalk paint for a unqiue look to your gift wrap. 


Use painted fabrics as an alternative way to wrap your gifts.


Give your treat bags a pop of color with FolkArt Home Decor Chalk and stencils.


Instead of a big bow on top of your gifts, finish off your present with a handmade bulb ornament. 


Dress up a jar of candy with this simple craft.


Make your tags reusable by painting them with chalk paint.


Give cookies, jewelry, small toys and more in this beautifully hand painted Santa box. 


Happy Crafting!
Posted: 11/25/2019 9:32:57 AM by Brittni Swanson | with 0 comments

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