Everyone loves gifts. Whether it’s a birthday present or a random one given outside any special occasion, it always feels nice to unwrap a package and get surprised by what it contains. And do you know what can make that even better? These gift wrapping ideas will show you the answer.
Of course, nobody will complain about the presents in boring wrap you give such as by using brown paper and regular wrapping paper. Indeed, they will tear it up anyway. Yet, it is also never wrong to use one of the creative methods in wrapping gifts so that your gift will look more impressive.
Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas
The ideas brought here to you are ones that are quite easy to do yet still fascinating. No need any special skill or material, just work with your creativity and make use of the stuff around you.
Not-so-regular wrapping methods
Firstly, you can go with this idea where you will have to wrap the gift in a basic way using regular wrapping paper, brown paper, or even old newspaper. What makes it special is the ornaments you give on it; whether it’s the gift tags, tiny little bouquet, or anything that will make your gift no longer look ordinary.
Japanese wrapping cloth
The second idea goes to this Japanese method where you will wrap the gift using some cheap fabric such as linen or any old cloth you have. Here you’ll need to wrap the gift in a way you do when using some paper, except that you don’t need the tape but just tie up the excess part of the cloth. Also, slip natural finds like flowers into the knot just to make it prettier.
Paper bag wrap
You actually make use of those brown paper bags to wrap gifts. Use some yarn, ribbons, lace, and other ornaments for decorating.
Tie bags and boxes
Just with a little effort and creativity, you can actually turn boring gifts to these nice ones that look just like shirts. Perfect for a Father’s Day present.
Stitched up gift wrap
If you own a sewing machine at home, then you can try this idea. Must be fun tearing it up both to see some cute gift and also the confetti. A bit reminding of the joy of a pinata.
So, which one’s your favorite?