25+ The Most Creative Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas- 2022
Here are some creative DIY Christmas gift wrapping ideas. Making your own wrapping paper will not only help you save money this holiday season, but it is also a great way to personalize and make your gifts unique.
Many of the supplies needed for these DIY projects can be found at Dollar Tree. Some examples include:
Twine (jute, cotton, red and green twine)
Ribbons (There is a great variety of Christmas ribbons!)
Christmas wrapping paper
Gift boxes and bags (all shapes and sizes)
Christmas Pom Poms
Paper Straw Stars
Last day of wrapping Week 2021! Do your gifts still look elegant? I love this final wrap idea because you don’t need any glue or tape to make it happen, just string and straws and some crazy cool folding skills.
Christmas Tree Model Package Wrapping
• plain craft wrapping paper
• black marker
• yarn or twine
• teeny tiny trees
Santa Gift Tag Printables
I am excited to share my personalized Christmas gift wrapping idea. These Santa Claus gift tag printables straight from Arctic Express delivery service! Just download and add.
Mini Wooden Bead Wreaths
wooden beads (12 mm)
wooden beads (10 mm)
floral wire (1/4 lb weight)
wood skewer (optional)
needle nose pliers
paper name tags (optional)
baker’s twine (optional)
Gift Bow Die Santa
I saw this Santa Claus in Pintrest and I knew I had to! Claire Dean is known for designing it. She had no instructions or BOM on how she did it (she doesn’t have a blog), so I came up with my own design.
Christmas Light Wrapping Paper
White Card Stock
Kraft Paper (I love using a roll of butcher paper – it lasts much longer than wrapping paper!)
Tape & Scissors
Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags
Have fun and get creative with these free Christmas prints as you decorate for Christmas this year, there are so many great ideas!
Creative Reindeer Gift Wrapping
Dark brown cardstock
Red card stock
Cricut white vinyl
Black card stock
Festive Wreath Gift Bags
mini boxwood garland – the star of the show! It’s available through Amazon in a pack of three mini garlands. At first, I thought this would be too much. Wrong. I’ve used two spools already and I’m worried that I’m going to run out!
a glue gun – I use this one
2.5″ paper circles. I punch mine out using THIS paper punch. You’ll want to stamp the circles with your choice of holiday greeting. You can also handwrite something or use a monogram sticker. Get creative!
Christmas Shirt Gift Wrap
Christmas Tree Button: We fold a piece of brown kraft paper and cut it into a Christmas tree. Using a bag of red and green buttons (your local craft store), we hot glued the buttons that cover the entire tree. Then we add some snowflake buttons on top to decorate the tree. We then wrapped the box in red foil, making a neater wrap, making sure the paper snapped the corners. Next, we cut a piece of tape that is wrapped once from top to bottom, securing it from the back. Then we glue the “button tree” to the front of the package.
Rustic Gift Wrap
I’m excited to partner with Neiman Marcus this holiday season and share some of my favorite gift picks ~ I’m usually the one to put off the longest, but this year I got a huge boost from taking advantage of the promotions! There is currently a gift card promotion for Cyber Monday, plus free daily shipping, returns, and gift wrapping. This year I’m giving away one of my favorite Christmas Book gifts … read below for more details!
Beautiful DIY Gift Wrapping Ideas for $1 or less
Today’s DIY gift wrapping ideas are about a line from this beloved song: “Brown paper packages tied with string, these are some of my favorite things.”
Very sure. Who needs fancy gift wrapping items when you have something so timeless? Humble brown paper and a few things collected from nature can give us endless possibilities when it comes to wrapping Christmas presents and more!
Festive Wrapping Inspiration
I don’t know about you, but I love wrapping Christmas presents. Putting aside a weekend afternoon, I play holiday songs, pour myself a glass of wine, and cover the entire living room floor with paper, duct tape, and labels. In fact, it has become a seasonal ritual.
Lint Roller Christmas Tree Stamp
Ink pad, green
Card or gift paper
Craft paper and boxwood wreath gift wrap
1. Make a circle with a green craft wire
2. Cut some boxwood branches
3. Glue the boxwood to the wreath shape with floral wire; go all the way
4. If you want, you can add other types of winter vegetables until they look nice and full.
5. Cut a piece of cardboard a little longer than the width of the crown.
6. Write the word or message you want.
7. Cut a triangle from both ends
8. Bend both ends as shown.
9. Fold the paper to form a dome.
10. Wind it through the wire on one side of the string
11. Connect the box already wrapped
12. Hot glue banner for crown
Creative Christmas Gift Wrap
For the Lowes Creator contest in December, we had several different guideline contests to choose from. I decided to create a creative gift wrap.
That’s a Wrap!
Honestly, who isn’t? And when I think of this balance, I always think of my wedding. It was like something out of a fairy tale: a huge garden courtyard with a fountain, a stone pillar, a pool with floating candles, a roof terrace … an impressive Spanish-style house surrounded by forests, all adorned With millions of flashing lights . The celebration started shortly after dark and the countless bright lights were magical.
Chalkboard Christmas Gift Tags
What you will need for these labels are Alex Brush, Weston Light, and Landliebe. Once personalized, you can print it on a deck of cards or a full sheet of labels. These tags go well with my printable wrapping paper. You may notice some new shawl designs in these photos.
Pinecone Christmas Gift Wrap
I always reserve a night to finish while watching cheesy movies and eating holiday food! It’s BETTER to give presents on Christmas Day, so I love to enjoy the process from start to finish .
Free Printable Gift Paper and Tags
I love Christmas and I usually start receiving gifts months in advance. I like to buy the things I find, instead of shopping for everyone at once. I feel like my gifts are more personal that way … but my only problem is that sometimes I lose them or can’t remember where I hid them! For me, wrapping them as soon as possible is a must! So I don’t have to hide them and if they are found it won’t ruin the surprise!
Cardboard Box Snowman
Here comes Amazon, here comes Amazon, down my driveway! If you love shopping for Christmas gifts online like I do, you might have a lot of stacked Amazon boxes. We have a fun Christmas decorating idea for all these boxes: Build a cardboard box snowman!
Holly Berry Christmas Gift Wrap
Why am I doing this? Why do spices simmer juniper, nutmeg, cinnamon, rosemary, and dark red apple slices in a copper pot? Why cookies, little cookie army? It is not just festive. They are symbols. And now I remember why I brought a whole tree home, with the bare branches dug deep into the sky, when the nights were longer but slowly diminishing. I remember that everything always died and something green remained. The year is a wheel, not a line. And in the heart of winter, humanity celebrated rebirth and life as far as we could see. Winter can still mean anything. We just need to remember.
DIY Gift Wrap
postal wrapping paper
tallow berries or any dried berries
spun cotton mushrooms
Brown Paper Bag Christmas Gift
Four Paint Brush Gift Ideas
Make yourself a half acrylic paint / half water paint mix, mix until it looks like melted ice cream (add more paint or more water depending on how well you mix). Take your wrapping paper outside and place it on a safe surface to get dirty. Saturate your brush with paint and hit the paper with the brush! let it dry outside.
Easy Gift Wrap and Gift Tag Stickers
Here’s one last pre-Christmas gift wrapping idea (with free downloads), because I know most of us will make last minute gift wrapping. Every year I try to do better to keep going and not have to queue to give and wrap presents, but somehow some always leak out and keep me busy to the max. In the end, I think maybe this is my style and how I do things. You too?
Washi Tape Gift Wrap
The 2021 post before we say goodbye to Christmas for a bit, and then we’ll head to Hawaii next week! I’ll be back after the new year, but I didn’t want to leave you without a really easy idea of coloring your plain wrapping paper.