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15 Totally Do-Able Gift Wrapping Ideas

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If you’re looking for creative ways to snazz up your gift wrapping this year, look no further. Here are 15 ideas for making the outside of the package just as fun as the inside. And most of them use items you already have lying around the house!


  • Printable Wrap 1 of 15
    Printable Wrap
    These wrap sheets are free to print.
    From Domestifluff
  • White + Glitter 2 of 15
    White + Glitter
    Simple wrapping with pretty embellishments.
    From Style Me Pretty
  • Pasta Bows 3 of 15
    Pasta Bows
    Open your kitchen cupboard for pasta bows.
    <From Real Simple
  • Sweater Wine Wrap 4 of 15
    Sweater Wine Wrap
    Great for wrapping wine of sparkling cider.
    From Grey Likes Weddings
  • Poms 5 of 15
    Poms
    These are easy to make and so festive.
    From Bugs and Fishes
  • Yarn 6 of 15
    Yarn
    An inexpensive alternative to store bought bows.
    From Martha Stewart
  • Newspaper Flower 7 of 15
    Newspaper Flower
    Who says newspaper wrapping looks cheap?
    From Country Living
  • Yarn Stripes 8 of 15
    Yarn Stripes
    This one might be a bit of a hassle to open.
    From M Stetson Design
  • Feather 9 of 15
    Feather
    Feathers can be found at craft stores.
    From In Haus Press
  • Gold 10 of 15
    Gold
    Head to your fabric store for embellishments.
    From Mae Mae Paperie
  • Paper Garland 11 of 15
    Paper Garland
    Sew paper circles together for this effect.
    From House of Design
  • Fabric 12 of 15
    Fabric
    Grab some fabric scraps to wrap pretty packages.
    From Martha Stewart
  • Printed Paper 13 of 15
    Printed Paper
    Anthropologie has some great patterned papers available right now.
    From Anthropologie
  • Wooden Tags 14 of 15
    Wooden Tags
    Want, need, wear and read.
    From Dandee Designs
  • Glitter Ribbon 15 of 15
    Glitter Ribbon
    Pretty sparkle.
    From Besotted

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