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15 Unique Ways To Fashion Your Christmas Gift Wrap

After all of the shopping is done and the lists are checked, you have an entirely new chore to take hold off. The wrapping, the taping, the labeling, and then placing all of the goodies under the tree until the big morning arrives. Well, why not add a bit of fashion and style to those presents? Here are 15 unique ways to fashion your Christmas gift wrap this year, and make you Christmas tree look even more festive and beautiful come December 25th.

1. Deer-Stamped

Deer stamped christmas wrapping paper

Poppy talk will show you how to make some of your own deer stamps right at home. Start out with some Kraft paper, grab your stamp and dip it in paint! It’s really that easy. White paint looks great – but we bet silver and gold would be beautiful too!

2. Washi Tape

Washi tape christmas wrapping

Washi tape can really be used for so much. And that includes creating fun and festive designs on our wrapping paper. Brit + Co will provide you with lots of tips and lots of inspiration as well.

3. Blue, Green & A Folded Tree

Blue and green christmas wrapping

We’re swooning for all of these gorgeous wrapping paper ideas from HGTV. Not only are we loving the colors but the combination of textures and add-ons are so fun. The folded tee, the pom poms, the shredded paper, it’s all so much fun!

4. Festive Confetti

Confetti christmas wrap

Mod Podge Rocks turned some tissue paper into festive confetti. Do this for your most special of presents for your most special of people this year. Add a ribbon to top the design off right!

5. Rudolph Faces

Rudolph reindeer gift wrap

Pink Lover created Rudolph faces on her presents. The kiddos may even want to help you with this one – assuming the gifts are for them! Draw it right on with some markers or

6. Ornament Accented

Gifts with ornaments as toppers diy

You could always use some ornaments to accent your gifts. Shelterness provided us with lots and lots of inspiration. From classic glass balls to faux metallic florals, they can be the prettiest piece to the package.

7. All Glitter

Diy glitter gift wrapping

Moccasin went with an all-glitter design that we love. Why not make your loved one feel extra-extra special with not only a present that’s just for them but with packaging that went the extra mile as well? Take a peek after the jump!

8. Using Old Clothes

Diy old clothes gift wrapping

Do you have some old clothes lying around just itching to get cut up? C.R.A.F.T. uses some past styles as inspiration in her Christmas wrapping and we love the innovation! It’s the perfect way to top off your dad’s gift this year, don’t you thin?

9. Star Garland

Star garland gift wrap

We’re swooning for this star garland from PB Teen. It’s simple, it’s festive, and it works for all kinds of packages. Hop on over now and check out the easy details.

10. Mini Boxwood Wreaths

Diy mini boxwood wreath tutorial

A Burst of Beautiful went with a green spree and we’re in love with the lush, organic beauty. These mini boxwood wreaths are stunning, they could easily be used as decor around the house. But, we’re just gushing over how gorgeous the packages are with their accent.

11. Santa’s Suit

Diy santa's suit gift wrap

Truly, what better way to design your packages this year than to turn them into Santa’s suit? eHow will help you transform that dull and boring box into something extra special. And check out those buttons – they have tiny bells on top!

12. Holly Topped

Holly topped christmas gift diy

You could aways top off your gifts with some handmade holly. The tutorial is found over at Urban Comfort. And we have a sneaking suspicious that you’ll continue to make these cuties over and over again throughout the holiday – especially for any of your DIY presents.

13. Crafting with Kraft

Kraft paper gift wrap

Just using some Kraft paper could be really all you need to make something special this year. Wit & Whistle proves us with lots of inspiration concerning design. Use crayons, markers, metallics, paints and more!

14. Old Maps

Map diy christmas wrapping

Yes, you can even use old maps as your wrapping paper. This innovative idea was found over at Mashable. It’s just like using newspaper but with lots more color and personality!

15. Grab A Sharpie

Diy sharpie christmas wrapping paper

Walk in love. just used some Sharpies to make some special designs. Hop on over and check out all of the fun possibilities. You’ll probably grab some of your own ideas by just taking a peek!

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