Try out these ten creative ways to wrap a gift that are sure to impress.
While it's true we'd never turn down a present (no matter how haphazard its packaging), can you blame us when our eyes dart to the gift that's wrapped the prettiest? You know — the colorful one with loving, homemade details, the one with hand-stamped polka dots and baker's twine, or the one you debate leaving unopened just to save its careful presentation.
Make an extra special impression with your next gift by using one of these inventive ways to wrap gifts, all of which show that it's not just what's inside that counts.
Even without extra craft materials, there's always room to be creative when wrapping a gift. Pleated wrapping paper
will add a sophisticated touch to gifts without costing a dime.
Perfect for the knitters and crocheters with spare bits of yarn, this yarn ball gift wrap
looks even cuter with the addition of an illustrated kitten's paw.
The best ideas are often the simplest, and this hand-drawn animal gift wrap
is no exception.
Furoshiki, featured in this beautifully-wrapped gift
, refers to the large wrapping cloth used in Japanese culture to carry personal effects without creating waste. Wrap with caution, however; this eco-friendly gift wrapping might just outshine the very gift it carries!
If you'll be giving out Easter gifts this Spring, try using some whimsical chick gift wrapping
; all you'll need is some yellow and black paper.
With just a bit of elastic or a spare hair tie, you can put those old T-shirts and tank tops to good use by repurposing their collars into DIY ruffled gift toppers