When it comes gift giving, putting a unique spin on the wrapping goes a long way to delight the receiver with that extra effort put into making them realise they are special to you. Below are some fabulous examples and links to help you achieve this goal. These techniques are not only suitable for Christmas time… learning some of these tricks will ensure you never have to run out to grab last minute, expensive wrap.
TIP: Start a little collection of things you find, or may normally just thrown away so you are prepared for any gift giving occasion. ( Ribbon, patterned and colourful paper, felt, fabric, wool, an assortment of left over paint, interesting seeds, spices and beads etc.
A little imagination can go a long way – save some money, have fun, get the kids involved and make your gifts the ones to be remembered.
BROWN PAPER AND TOUCHES FROM NATURE – a rustic, organic feel, using sprigs, leaves, pine cones and even cinnamon sticks to decorate your packages. https://www.apieceofrainbow.com/christmas-gift-wrapping-ideas/
BUILD A SNOWMAN – https://www.smartschoolhouse.com/holidays/cardboard-box-snowman
SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR THOSE EMOJI LOVERS – https://studiodiy.com/diy-emoji-gift-wrap
INTERACTIVE – These are some novel ideas – provided the kids can appreciate the wrap before eagerly wanting to explore the contents… http://www.linesacross.com/2012/12/interactive-gift-wrap-for-kids.html/
We hope that some of these ideas will make your gift wrapping less tedious this year. Remember some of these ideas can work for creating christmas tree or table decorations and is a great idea to keep the kids busy during the next couple of weeks.
Another link for you:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbSbdkkfFIU