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Ten Fun Ways to Wrap a Gift



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recycled gift wrappingHere you have it. Ten fun ways to wrap a gift—nine of which don't involve any wrapping paper!

For more creative ideas and tutorials, check out our Gift Wrap Ideas Pinterest board where you'll find out how to use a potato chip bag turned inside-out, cookie tins, and more to make your gift look so great, they'll forget to look inside!

  1. Old-fashioned: Brown paper and twine 
  2. Crafty: Craft paper decorated with ink stamps or stickers
  3. Retro: Mason Jar with a handmade label
  4. Recycled: Newspaper and ribbons made from plastic bag strips
  5. Practical: Repurposed children’s artwork
  6. Nautical: Old sailing maps tied with a sailors knot
  7. Dotty: Solid color wrapping paper decorated with bingo marker polka dots
  8. Handy: Fabric wrap from a new cloth dish towel, or even a shirt
  9. Musical: Sheet music and jingle bells
  10. Natural: Burlap topped with pinecones, holly, or mistletoe 

Please share your own gift wrapping ideas with us!

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