15 Beautiful + Easy Wrapping Ideas

My house is a disaster and filled to the brim with wrapping paper, tape and other pretty supplies for wrapping up all of these gifts. Here are 15 beautiful and easy wrapping ideas that could come in handy!

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  • Mini Banner 1 of 15
    Mini Banner
    I love a great banner. Try making these mini ones to add to your gifts.
    See more here on You Are My Fave.
  • Chalkboard 2 of 15
    Chalkboard
    I never get sick of chalkboard! Fun and chic and easily personalized!
    See more here on iVillage.
  • Confetti 3 of 15
    Confetti
    Who says Christmas can't be like a party? Add some confetti to some plain paper for a fun twist.
    See more here on 3 at 12.
  • Wooden Bow 4 of 15
    Wooden Bow
    Such a gorgeous bow. The best part? It goes with every paper!
    See more here on You Are My Fave.
  • Watercolor 5 of 15
    Watercolor
    So pretty and so much fun to make!
    See more here on You Are My Fave.
  • Stamped 6 of 15
    Stamped
    I love making my own stamps. Make a stamp specifically for someone and stamp the paper with it, then gift it to them!
    See more here on Blog 2 Modern.
  • Gold Accents 7 of 15
    Gold Accents
    Pretty gold accents on simple paper can make such a statement.
    See more here on 100 Layer Cake.
  • Embroidered 8 of 15
    Embroidered
    Grab some pretty threads and go to town! Embroider names, shapes or holiday words.
    See more here on A Subtle Revelry.
  • Pom Poms 9 of 15
    Pom Poms
    Make some mini pom poms and add them as toppers to add some fun and color to your gifts.
    See more here on Ardor.
  • Monograms 10 of 15
    Monograms
    Make a stamp or buy some stickers, but monograms are always a hit.
    See more here on Good Housekeeping.
  • Creative Bows 11 of 15
    Creative Bows
    Use some not so typical supplies to make some pretty bows. I love the duct tape one!
    See more here on The Sweetest Occasion.
  • Names 12 of 15
    Names
    Just to make things clear, add their name in bold print on a contrasting paper and add it to the gift.
    See more here on I Village.
  • Candy Dots 13 of 15
    Candy Dots
    This one is great for kids! Good luck getting them to actually open the presents.
    See more here on I Village.
  • Bling 14 of 15
    Bling
    Make a type of bow around a pretty brooch to give to that girl on your list who loves her bling.
    See more here on Forever 21 Blog.
  • Doilies 15 of 15
    Doilies
    Simple and really inexpensive. You could also paint some of the doilies to add some color!
    See more here on The Wonder Forest.

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Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Other posts of mine you may have missed:

10 Ways To Help Your Holiday Party Go Off Without A Hitch

Sure To Please Gifts For Under $25

10 Fun Holiday Accessories For Kids 

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