Holiday Inspiration {Gift Wrapping}

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Now that the tree has been put up, and the apartment has been trimmed {how to post soon to come} and most of my Christmas gifts already bought, it’s time to get inspired with some gift wrapping ideas. I’ve put some extra thought into the gifts I got my loved ones this year, and it’s only fitting that I put some tender loving care into wrapping them. It’s always so much more special when you put the effort in making something look beautiful, even if it is meant to be ripped open. It’s all about presentation! I find myself drawn to rustic nature touches, one that remind you of Christmas’ long long ago, when it wasn’t such a commercialized holiday. I love the idea of using items right outside your doorway to create this pine cone topper or leaf wreath. Create handmade rustic wreaths or natural toppers from old decorations you may have lying around the house. PicMonkey Collage

I also can’t help but love a vintage snowflake or elegant and white wrapping as pretty as fresh fallen snow. This versatile kraft paper is perfect for creating a silver and gold look. PicMonkey Collage

Of course not all our loved ones prefer an elegant or rustic holiday look, which makes these lovely bowsgold dots and chevron pattern, and pop of fuchsia festive for all ages.


These bags will be the perfect carrier for all the baked goods I plan to share this holiday.

PicMonkey CollageThe final touch on your beautifully wrapped gifts are labels. Say it with cheerfun rustic colors, or go traditional with these wood type labels.

Happy Wrapping!

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