Christmas is around the corner and, with it, a long list of things to do. Planning everything for the Christmas dinner, setting last-minute decorations, sending the family cards or even taking the photo for the family card, and of course getting all the Christmas presents.
No matter how organized we think we are, there’s always something missing, and 99.99% of the time, it is regarding presents. Whether it’s a last-minute guest you didn’t consider, your cousin’s girlfriend, or simply someone you forgot, it’s common to find ourselves looking for a Christmas present right at the last moment.
If you’re looking for an easy and simple way to wrap those last-minute gifts or even if you’re just looking for something cute and fast, these ideas will be perfect for you. The best part, you won’t be needing to get expensive materials!
Simple but Christmassy
A nice piece of kraft paper, some red thread, and a couple of cute buttons are all you need to make a very cute wrapping and make that person feel important.
Wrap it with a gift!
This one’s perfect if you want to give a nice shirt or sweater along with another gift. Use the garment to wrap the other present and add some Christmassy embellishments to make it look more put together.
Something for the kids
Children love gifts, and if they come in a cute wrapping they’ll love it even more. With a piece of kraft paper, a nice ribbon, and some colored paper scraps you can assemble this adorable teddy bear wrapping. You could also try making a reindeer!
Have you heard that saying that goes “less is more”? We’ll, we don’t need to say more.
Again, kraft paper will be your life-saver! Add some natural embellishments like twigs, flowers, leaves, or even some dehydrated fruit, and you’ll have a unique style your beloved ones will love.
If you have some nice and monochromatic wrapping paper, you’ll love this idea. Wrap your present as you’d normally do and add a nice flower with some rope.
Take one cute ornament no one will miss and add it to the wrapping along with some leaves or twigs; everybody will love the fantastic and original result.
Zero-waste Christmas wrapping!
If you have a piece of nice cloth you’re not using anymore and some Christmas embellishments you have enough for a great, original, and more importantly, eco-friendly wrapping.
Simple bond paper wrapping
If you don’t even have any leftover wrapping paper or kraft paper, you can always resort to plain white sheets of paper. Add a nice simplistic note and attach it with a colorful thread, and you’re good to go!
Newspaper wrapping paper
Also, a great idea if you don’t have anything left to wrap your presents, you can always use some newspaper to give it a unique style. Add a bright vibrant ribbon, and you’ll have an original present!
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