Cute & Crafty Ways to Wrap Holiday Gifts in Style

Posted on Dec 18, 2014

Cute & Crafty Ways to Wrap Holiday Gifts in Style

So you’re not the vanilla ice cream kinda gal. You like to make an impact. And you like to do it through creativity. We’ve got some holiday gift wrapping ideas that are going to light you (and your gift recipients)  up like a Christmas tree!

For the gift-wrapping basics, check out Cherished Bliss. She covers everything from the simple how-to to how to make those jar gifts we talked about look impressive. Now that you’ve got the basics down, head over to elli.com where you can find out how to do it cheap. Their dollar store materials guide is essential.

If you’re ready to step it up a notch, Silvia Raga has some gorgeous chic ideas that will make your gifts stand out above the rest. Let’s not forget the accessories – ribbons and tags! The Inspired Bedroom has a detailed idea and how to list for not just Christmas, but gift tags for all occasions. You can find even more great tag ideas (like these tree bark gift tags) at Houzz.

Giving the gift of wine this season? Or maybe even bubble bath in a bottle? Reader’s Digest has a cute way to wrap that in denim! The Happy Home blog has some great ideas not just for unusual gift wrapping but decorating as well.

If you’re eco-minded, Justina Blakeney has what you need to wrap with style while keeping your footprint to a minimum.

Finally, who can outdo the queen of all things handmade, Martha Stewart? NO ONE. That’s why you should check out her list of elegant and easy holiday wrapping how-to’s.

Did this list help spark your creativity? If so, share it with your friends and spark theirs!

You’ve still got time to shop our online store and have it delivered by Christmas. Did you know we sell more than just clothing? Check out our selection of unique decor.

 

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