Naturally Simple

Ditch the fancy and pocket heavy character gift wrap this year and go simple. Use brown craft paper to wrap your gifts. Use twine or string of your choice to create a bow. Next, adhere natural materials like dried oranges, greenery, cotton, twigs or small pinecones. Even faux berries would look stunning!

Woodland Creatures

Use brown craft paper to wrap your gifts. Use color appropriate shapes and items to turn your box into creatures. Add felt antlers, a red pom pom nose and bead eyes for example. Create creatures like Rudolf, a bear, rabbit, etc. Get super creative and stack your childs’ gifts to make a bigger version of your woodland creature for them to unwrap!

Written Wrapping Paper

This is unique as they come. Is the gift recipient a musician? Use music sheets to wrap their gifts. Even consider writing out a special message and wrapping your gifts with it. 

Ribbon Wrap

Do you have a small gift that doesn’t need much covering? Wide festive ribbon will do the trick! Wrap the ribbon from top to bottom and left to right. Use hot glue to hold in place and tie an oversized bow on top.

Paper-Free

Avoid buying wrapping paper all together. Use small cuts of fabric to wrap those goodies. Be sure to tuck in place like normal gift wrap to keep the clean aesthetic! 

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