Hello everyone, Anna here. I’m sharing a few gift-wrapping ideas that are simple and will be relatively quick to whip up (crossing my fingers). When it comes to wrapping presents I am the queen of procrastination. Every year I tell myself I’m going to make a better effort to make time but here we are and not one present wrapped!
I love a good DIY wreath. Adding in a touch of greenery is so lovely and adds a nice scent. I’m also a huge fan of craft paper, it’s so easy to personalize with pretty accessories. Plus, you can’t beat the price tag.
I’m a sucker for white-on-white anything. This wrapping job would ALMOST make me not want to tear it open, almost. Again, great sprig of greenery.
Hello TEXTURE! This has such great layering, it would be easy to switch it up on each gift using the same materials. Gotta love that origami-like star.
This chalkboard effect would be great for kid’s gifts. It adds a little playfulness and is probably the easiest to make on the list! All you need is black craft paper and a white pen.
The minimalist in me says to just skip the wrapping paper altogether and go for some cute boxes and twine. Check out those adorable buttons.
These burlap bags would be perfect for keeping my foodie gifts safe. Eep! I better not say anymore – I’m terrible at keeping surprises secret! I’ve almost blurted out Bria’s gift a million times today!
Aren’t these tags adorable? They are available here.