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21 HACKS | Wrap Your Presents Perfectly.. Every Time!
DIY & Crafts
1. To efficiently wrap gifts, get off of the carpet & onto a hard surface. It may be easier to plop in front of the TV on a carpet, but it will take you twice as long to wrap & everything will look worse.
3.No tape? Follow this video tutorial to wrap a gift without any tape.
Orthis one that uses ribbon, but no tape!
4.Or you could use fabric (aka an old shirt).
5. Or a scarf!Wrap it in a new scarf & the gift wrap becomes another gift!
6.You can also repurpose old, itchy sweaters.
7. Wrap a small gift in a yarn ball.
8.If your gift is an odd shape, decorate a paper bag as giftwrap
9.Use newspaper as wrapping paper.It costs you little to nothing if you already have a paper lying around, & it looks craftier than you will probably mean for it to!
10.Reuse paper bags from the grocery store. Most grocery store paper bags will have some sort of holiday design during this season, which will look way better than wrapping your gifts in aluminum foil.
11.Or just use plain brown paper bags or parcel paper. The plain brown looks rustic & festive in its own way, & there are plenty of things you can add to make it look fancier, like letter stamps for the recipient's first name, or doodles
12. Use a DIY stamp roller to create easy wrapping designs. This quick DIY may not be for the lazy, but once you've made it, you can use it over & over again!
13.Print out word searches or puzzles on computer paper and wrap gifts up in those.Tie/tape down a marker to the gift & you've given both a game & a gift!
14.Turn boring, plain paper into cute animal gifts. Yeah, this owl requires you to actually leave part of the gift UNWRAPPED. Mega score.
15.Or make pretty cut-outs to deter the eye from the plain paper. Simple, but appealing to the eye.
16."Make your own wrapping" by drawing ribbons & a bow on a plain gift box. Artsy & quick. 👍🏻
17. No box? No problem.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING CEREAL BOXES | http://www.instructables.com/id/Gift-Box-from-a-Cereal-Box/?ALLSTEPS
18.Don't have gift tags? Use a playing card. Everyone has cards somewhere in their house, & the DIY factor will look intentional, rather than lazy.
19. Or an Instagram photo. Use the A Beautiful Mess app to add the "to" & "from" to an Instagram photo & transform it into a print-ready gift tag, or just print your photos & write directly on them with permanent marker..
20. Or just print some out.
Like these | http://colormemeg.com/2013/12/free-printable-christmas-tags-and-prints.html
Or these | http://www.welivedhappilyeverafter.com/2014/11/free-christmas-gift-tag-printables.html?m=1
21.Or if you have enough paper, designate a color/pattern for each person so that gift tags aren't necessary. Just make sure to jot down who gets what to avoid any on-the-day mix-ups.
22.Tie ribbon around plain, unwrapped boxes for a simple look that still feels elegant.
23.And make a bow that will totally steal all of the recipient's attention.
Check out this link for a step-by-step tutorial by Paper Source |