Instead of purchasing a roll of wrapping paper at the store, bring your kids around the table to make custom hand stamped paper with potatoes and paint. What a great way to get this children involved in the holiday season.
Looking for a way to add a boyish pop art touch to your gift? Try repurposing pages from comic books. To use them effectively, you’ll need to keep in mind that most standard comic book pages are 10-inches-by-15-inches, making small to medium sized boxes the best fit.
Go the extra mile this holiday season with your gift wrap. Instead of grabbing a roll of seasonal paper, use an old road or travel map. For a personal touch, center the most significant city, country or continent on top of the box as a nod to your loved one's favorite vacation destination or hometown.
Grab a see-through garment bag for this clever storage solution that keeps wrapping paper dust-free and easily accessible. This idea makes you wonder, "Why didn't I think of that?" Good thing The Chic Site with Rachel Hollis did!
Store Wrapping Paper in a Wastebasket
Corral wrapping paper with this easy DIY wastebasket transformation from Crystal Sixta of My Blissful Space. A coat of spray paint gives any design-challenged trash bin a new life as a holiday organizer. Plus, this bin is portable when it's time to wrap gifts.
Gift Wrapping With Paper Only
Use wrapping paper to wrap and embellish your gifts.