Gift Wrap Inspiration + Printable Gift Wrap = Stunning Packages


Everyone loves to receive pretty packages!  Wrapping with style doesn’t have to cost much and it’s a great way to tell someone you care.  Oh, and don’t pretty gifts under the tree look stunning??  Love that!

This is the first year I’ve thought about printing wrapping paper.  Check out this printable gift wrap  from Creature Comforts.  It’s adorable!


For simply pretty gift wrapping you’ll love these printable gift wrap sheets and tags at Domesticfluff.  Great designs!!!


You can’t go wrong with a sparkling monogram!  To get the exact letters you can use this monogram template.  Fancy!


I found these inspiring gift wrap ideas at Style Me Pretty.  If I get a gift that looks like one of these I’ll need to stop and take a photo before opening it…Ha!


Simple and sweet button gift wrap by Martha Stewart…so fun!


Who knew a simple brown bag could turn into fabulous Christmas gift bags?!  Her Creative Spirit is full of inspiring ideas to try this year.


Ever think about using a jump rope to wrap a child’s gift?  I’m sure it would be a big hit.


Let you package shine with amazing gift toppers!  They’re quick and add easy…that’s my kind of wrapping.


This beautiful flower is so creative!  What an cool way to recycle!


These shabby fabric roses make this gift look like a million bucks…pretty!


There’s a ton of holiday gift wrapping ideas at Design Aglow to keep you wrapping in style.  I seriously love them all!!!

Handmade ornaments {list of 101 tutorials} are always great gift toppers! 

Now you have no excuse for wrapping you presents like 98% of people do…you’re crafty and creative!!! :)

Do you have a favorite way of wrapping gifts? 


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  1. says

    You KNOW I use buttons whenever and wherever I can and have forever on my packages! So wish I had the time to make the paper as well….maybe when I grow up!

  2. says

    Wonderful Kim, I love them all. I like to wrap gifts using things I’ve collected in nature throughout the year. Feathers, drift wood, pressed leaves. I also like to use vintage lace and fabric.

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