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Creative Ways to Wrap Your Gifts
Of course, the holidays also mean that a season of merry gift-giving is before us. And while a lot of folks are fine going the traditional wrapping paper route, many others are seeking more creative alternatives.
Perhaps you want to save some trees so you’re looking for a more sustainable option, or... maybe you’re simply tired of the same ol’-same ol’ and want to spice things up a bit this year. Either way, the below alternatives to traditional wrapping paper are sure to inspire you to approach your gift-wrapping game from a whole new angle this year.Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Have Fun with Fanciful Fabric
This idea couldn’t be easier to execute or look prettier under the tree as shown by the Merriment blog. All you need are a few fabric swatches that fit your fancy and you’ll have some of the most attractive (and innovative) gifts around.Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Get Ultra Creative with Crayons
Who knew that melted crayons could make such stunning gift wrap? Fortunately for us all, the design folks at Sisters What were well aware of the magic that can be made with this idea and are sharing it with the world. A paper bag, a few crayons featuring your favorite colors, and a free afternoon will leave you with the most creative presents out there.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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Play with Potato Chips
Turns out, your empty potato chip bags are bursting with gift-wrapping goodness and this blog is making it really easy to take advantage of. Next time you indulge in a bag of your favorite chips, save the bag and hit up this tutorial to apply this fresh idea.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Get Glitzy with Glitter BoxesContinue to 7 of 11 below.
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Customize Your Presents with Chalkboard Paper
If you’re in the mood to get creative and customized with your gift wrapping this season, then check out this printable chalkboard paper from Lia Griffith. Simply print and decorate with your favorite designs, and you’re good to go!Continue to 8 of 11 below.
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Repurpose Scrap Paper with a Few StampsContinue to 10 of 11 below.
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Get Colorful with Duct TapeContinue to 11 of 11 below.
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