Christmas Wrapping Ideas
Posted on 24 July 2015
First you should shop for your packaging material - the paper that will wrap the gift. When going for an earthy look, try simple brown or recycled paper. This can often be bought in roll for multiple gifts. In our example, we have chosen a simple paper bag.
Next you want to dress your wrapping paper up! This is the creative part where you can add anything you like. You might want to get the kids involved and have them glue glitter and drawings to your gift. Family and friends will love this and the kids will have fun (and entertainment for an hour or two).
If you're going for a more 'high end' feel, try some ribbon wrapped around the outside. There's lots of festive reds and greens available at your local store. Add a sprig of holly or red berries to the outside. These often come with a twisty end so that you can secure around the ribbon by bending. If you have access to a home computer, think about printing off your own cards and attaching these to the ribbon or holly with a personalised message.
Happy gift wrapping!