27 Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas For Christmas

I think we can all agree that the most important part about Christmas is represented by the gifts. Most likely, you’ll have to pack some gifts this year because how can you expect to receive something if you don’t give anything in return? So let’s take a look at some gift wrapping ideas you could use. They range from simple to more complex, from cozy to elegant, from cute to stylish. You can definitely find something you love in there examples.

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In the spirit of the holiday, you could make a tiny wreath using conifer clippings you can find either in your yard or at the store. Place the wreath on top of the wrapped gift and secure it with ribbon. It’s simple and perfect for this holiday.{found on desireempire}.

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I really like the idea of using brown paper for gift wrapping. It’s simple and lets you personalize it. So you can either draw something on the paper or you can add accent details such as a jingle bell or an ornament made of paper or fabric.{found on relovedrubbish}.

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Suitable for Christmas, this paper straw snowflake decoration can be used in numerous different ways, including for wrapping gifts. You can use any color combination you want.{found on centsationalgirl}.

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A simple idea can also be to make little pom-poms with which to decorate the gifts. You need colored yarn and scissors. They’re actually easy to make and it’s not a messy project either.{found on apairofpears}.

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How about something simple but that still has a strong impact? We’re talking about using feathers. Two or three should be enough.{found on copycatchic}.

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Seal your gifts the old fashioned way. First wrap the gifts but instead of thick ribbon use thin string or yarn. Then, to keep everything tight and in place, take a candle and let it drip where all the lines intersect.{found on liebesbotschaft}.

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I love using colored yarn in all sorts of projects. Here’s how you can use it for gift wrapping. You can either create an interesting pattern, make pom-poms or you can make little yarn decorations to add when the gift is nice and wrapped.{found on lionbrand}.

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How about using bunting to decorate your gifts. All you need is yarn and tape. You fold a piece of tape on the yarn and then you cut it so you make a triangle. Repeat until you get the right length.{found on annixen}.

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If you like embroidery, then you could use a similar technique to decorate the wrapping paper. The key is to choose simple designs because paper is fragile.{found on littleemptyroom}.

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Wrapping a gift is actually pretty simple. It’s the little things that make this difficult. But here’s an idea that requires little time and effort. You can wrap the gift, pull out a snowflake ornament from your Christmas tree and then use white spray paint to decorate the gift.{found on thelilypadcottage}.

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Gold accents are classy and elegant so why not use them when wrapping gifts? You can just slip a few gold fringes into the design as you go.{found on 100layercake}.

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A way in which you can personalize the gifts, besides using name tags, is with initials. An interesting idea is to take pages out of old books and cut out letters which you then glue onto the wrapped gifts.{found on site}.

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Choose a design that keeps the spirit of Christmas alive. For example, make ornaments tags for the gifts and use twine to attach them to the actual gifts.{found on fellowfellow}.

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These Christmas tree gift toppers are very lovely. They’re made using twigs and yarn. There are numerous ways in which you can combine the two materials.{found on fellowfellow}.

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The tags are usually the element that makes a gift look special. But the colors you use are also important. Here’s an example of beautiful gold, beige and white gift wrapping designs with star-shaped tags.{found on papersome}.

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Here’s how you can make a monogrammed gift topper. You need yarn, wire, scissors, craft glue and wire snips. You make a wire letter, wrap it in yarn and then add the finishing touches.{found on hgtv}.

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Try something a little more rustic. For example, you can use brown wrapping paper, twine and olive branches. It’s very simple but it’s also elegant and beautiful.{found on lefork}.

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Then there’s the washi tape which is so versatile and so fun to work with. You can use it to create all sorts of ingenious and original designs and make your gifts stand out.{found on teaforjoy}.

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How about using wrapping paper that has a unique design, such as this one. You can circle the words that best describe the person you’re offering the gift to.{found on fancy}.

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Because it’s Christmas gifts we’re talking about, it would be nice to decorate them using seasonal items such as berries, tree clippings, tiny pine cones and jingle bells.{found on theidearoom}.

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Decorate your gifts with mistletoe. You can make something out of green felt and then add a red pearl or bead. Don’t forget the tag.

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And speaking of tags, another nice idea can be to print some cute or funny images on a piece of paper or cardboard and then cut out several pieces to make tags for your gifts.{found on bubbyandbean}.

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You could also make stitched gift tags. You can use any kind of tags you want. The key here is the stitching. Make sure you’re gentle so you don’t ruin the paper.{found on shimtokk}.

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You can make all sorts of beautiful things suing felt scraps, including these lovely flowers. They’re made with different colors of felt and with a button in the center. You don’t even need a sewing machine for this project.{found on aspoonfulofsugardesigns}.

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You could also make pennant bunting using similar shades of the same color or different bold colors. It’s cute and not difficult to make either. Also, you can use the pieces to create all sorts of interesting designs.{found on twoshadesofpink}.

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This is one of my favorite ideas: a woven paper gift topper idea. Cut some strips of colored paper, line up the vertical strips and weave the horizontal ones into the vertical strips. Secure the paper to your gift using tape.

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And here’s another wonderful idea. Make a cozy gift wrap. Use an old sweater or any fabric scrap you can find in the house.{found on boxwood}.