Make your own DIY Christmas wrapping paper with these pretty ideas.
There are so many fun things happening right now. The Holidays really are my favorite time of year, as busy as they are. My daughter is coming home for Thanksgiving so that makes me really happy!
Like so many of you, I am always looking for inexpensive ways to decorate especially at Christmas.
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Today I am showing you 5 Easy and inexpensive Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas using kraft paper from the Dollar Store. Kraft paper is great to use for wrapping, because not only is it inexpensive, but it is so versatile.
You can completely change the look just by changing the embellishments. Here is what I started with:
DIY Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas
- Roll of Kraft Paper – Dollar Store
- 4 Rolls of Ribbon
- 5 Different Christmas Picks
The craft store had an early Black Friday sale on Saturday with all the Christmas ribbon 70% off! I only paid $3 for this gorgeous ribbon!
All of the stems were 70% off as well so this Christmas Gift Wrap is very inexpensive. This is a great time to stock up on wrapping paper and ribbon if you like to plan ahead.
Rose gold is everywhere and it is my daughter’s favorite so her gifts will be wrapped with rose gold embellishments. You can never go wrong with glitter and sparkle!
We have a new addition in our family this year, my great niece Maggie Rose. She is just under 2 months old and just precious! She joins big sister Lori. A nice way to wrap a gift is to include an ornament as part of the present. Look at this pretty Faux fur ribbon:
It is perfect for Little Maggie topped with a Baby’s First Christmas Ornament and snowy white stems.
Next up is a playful kids wrap with colorful candy print ribbon perfect for my 2 yo niece. The whimsical stem completes this playful look! It kind of reminds me of The Grinch’s Whoville for some reason.
Now for a more masculine look I went with a black, white and red ribbon topped off with white berry stems.
For the final look I went with a simple, but classic style with real pine stems, pine cones and twine. This is more of a natural rustic look and works for both guys or girls.
So there you have it-5 completely different looks all using kraft paper. Definitely keep an eye out on the Black Friday sales for ribbon. I wouldn’t pay $10 a roll, but $3 is very reasonable especially when the paper only costs a Dollar!
How do you decorate your Christmas gifts? I would love to hear if you’ve used kraft paper. For even more gift wrapping ideas, hop on over to the other bloggers linked up below.
There are so many great ideas! Thank you to Nancy from Slightly Coastal for organizing this blog hop.
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