Best DIY Holiday Gift Wrapping Ideas

Getting a beautifully wrapped gift is a pleasure and a gift in itself. A thoughtfully wrapped gift is a form of art and shows the receiver the love that has gone into it. Here are some best diy beautiful, creative or simple Christmas gift wrapping ideas for the holidays, birthdays or special events. For Christmas, I like to pick a theme for my gift wrapping, such as neutral with bright pops of color.

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These gifts, wrapped with Kraft paper (or sometimes called “butcher” paper) come in brown or white and can be purchased in places like Walmart, The UPS store, Michaels, Target and online. The mini wreaths on top add beautiful pops of interest and color.

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Here is a mini boxwood wreath tutorial to add as a beautiful gift topper.

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Such a fun and creative Christmas present topper!


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Ribbons are inexpensive and take your gift wrapping up a notch. I love the classic color combination here done by clairelynnhome.

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Simple, easy yet elegant.

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A beautiful gift wrapping idea by windblownideas.

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Adding white 3D puff paint makes these gifts pop. If you don’t want to use wrapping paper, using Kraft brown gift boxes makes it super easy.

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Using paint and fingerprints adds a personal and creative touch to these Christmas lights.

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Adding the gift recipient’s photo on top for a gift tag is thoughtfulness that makes it extra special.

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Add a touch of luxury with incorporating pleats and fragrant herbs or foliage for a fragrant Christmas package.

Pretty packages that make gift giving just a little extra special.

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Layer your gift wrapping with different wrapping papers.

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Add seasonally natural gift toppers and then for some extra detailing, draw some Christmas designs on the kraft paper.

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Adding an oversized letter of the first initial of the gift recipient is a creative idea instead of a gift tag.

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