Christmas Wrapping Ideas that Pop
Today I am sharing 10 of my favorite Christmas wrapping ideas. Wrapping presents can be so crafty, and the variety is endless. Check out how these bloggers made their gifts standout from the everyday gift wrapping, and I am sure they had fun while doing them.
Brown paper wrapping is always so appealing. These gifts are given extra farmhouse feel with the pretty buffalo check ribbon and one of a kind gift tags.
Every year we give each family a themed evening basket. This printable collection for a Night before Christmas box is absolutely brilliant. It provides everything you need to make Christmas fun for a loved family. Add some pajamas, a book, a new mug and some nibblies, and their set.
These pretty jars with the simple country styled ribbon are perfect for baked goods, or food gifts. Once the treat is gone the memory lasts with the pretty jar.
Pretty boxes can be so expensive, and tiny ones are hard to find. These free printable boxes from the Lolly Jane blog are just perfect for all those little gifts.
Little bits of greenery add both drama and a touch of whimsy to these elegant packages. Look at all the simple variations, they are all fantastic.
These little paper bows are fresh and fun. What teenage girl wouldn’t want a little box like this filled with a pair of earrings, perfume, nail polish or other girlie surprises.
The casual homespun feel of these handmade ribbons is so pretty and perfect for a rustic style Christmas. these ones are for Christmas presents, but they would be so pretty ties to a wreath or for hanging a Christmas sign.
The wool texture of the ribbon, the sparkles of the reindeer, paired with this wood grain printable; the three different textures go together surprisingly well.
This wrapping idea made me laugh. Talk about presenting the world’s biggest present. I could really have lots of fun teasing my grandchildren with how big there present it and they only need one. Such a cute and fun idea.
Mailed Christmas packages are often left very plain so they stay together. In this post, I share several ideas for Christmas wrapping that will actually survive the trip and still look every bit as pretty under the tree as the other gifts do.
I hope this collection has given you some crafty ideas to make your parcels extra special. Writing it has certainly put me in the mood to create some new wrapping ideas. On a practical note, once you have decided what kind of Christmas wrapping supplies you need, organize them into a Christmas Wrapping Station to make it so much more organized and enjoyable.