Below are 10 wrapping paper ideas that I found on different websites and blogs for you to enjoy. The ideas are all amazing alternatives to buying wrapping paper for gifts this holiday season. I hope you see an idea you love and want to try out for yourself! I know I do!
An idea of using small cardboard boxes and adding a winter detail on the lid. Then you can give the gift of jewelery in a festive box. Found on Pinterest, made by Espieglerie.
This brown paper bag with a festive photo attached is a great way to dress up a present without buying wrapping paper. The idea was found on Fox on the Run’s Tumblr account.
Wrapping gifts in fabric is a fun way to play around with patterns and colors by le papier studio.
I love this idea from DIY network to buy old vintage cookie tins and use them for gifting. I like the added touch of the red ribbon to give it a more festive touch.
Putting gifts in a jar and topping it off with a bow and tag is a lovely way to display a gift for a loved one. Design Sponge showed us a sweet way to give the gift of a traditional hot chocolate.
The Berry had a neat idea to wrap your gift in brown paper and then stamp the gift receiver’s name directly onto the package. It is such a nice idea, and no fuss with tags!
Fadedplains showed us that using a burlap sack is another great alternative to wrapping gifts. It can look beautiful with a ribbon and a flower tied on top.
Decorating a wooden basket like Santas red suit and adding a belt is a very fun and festive way to deliver your gifts. Idea by KindredLive.
Wrapping a gift in a map for any travel lovers on your list by Design Sponge
What about wrapping your gift in newspaper and topping it off with a big festive ornament? Looks amazing! Found on Pinterest.
I bought two Christmas cookie tins and a cardboard box from Value Village tonight for $4. I’m going to work on the vintage cookie tin idea for my own Christmas gifts. I’ll post an entry when I’m done adding the ribbons. I will definitely be trying out a bunch of these ideas! My family will be impressed this year by the variety!