Wrap It – Gift Wrapping Ideas and My New Line of Wrapping Paper!

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I realize that I tend to share all about my new products on social media, but always tend to forget to share them here! So that is going to change now! I recently released a collection of holiday wrapping papers and I could not be more excited with how they turned out. My favorite is my bottle brush trees and elf quote patterns. You can see all of the designs below as well as a few ideas on how to wrap and decorate your gifts.


This was by far my favorite way to wrap a gift. Pom pom holly! To make your own pom pom holly gift topper, you will need green card stock, red yarn, and a small pom pom maker. Begin by wrapping your pom pom maker with the red yarn, cut down the middle of the pom pom maker, tie a piece of yarn around the cut line and remove your completed pom pom. Then just trim off any extra yarn. Next, cut out two holly leaf shapes from your card stock. I folded the paper in half and cut three curves out to create the leaf shape. Once you have your leaves and pom pom, hot glue them onto your wrapped gift for the cutest little pom pom holly topper. 


For the paper bows I used a combo of patterned paper, solid card stock, and glitter card stock to create matching and coordinating bows for each gift. Just print out this template to create your bows. Fold the ends of the long piece in and tape then glue the loops to the back piece and wrap with the center piece and secure with glue or tape in the back. Then your bows are ready to add to your gifts. 


For the ornament gift wrap I wrapped the gift with yarn and tied on a few mini ornaments. Easy and so cute!



For this one I used pink jute cording and used my vinyl cutter to cut out initials from card stock that I then tied on to each recipients gift.

A bunch of coordinating pom poms in various sizes also make a cute topper!


And of course my Elf wrapping paper is perfectly paired with a simple candy cane tied on with red and white bakers twine. Because an elves’ favorite food is candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup!







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