Monday Moments with Wrapping Gift Ideas

My mother was the Queen to wrapping the most beautiful gifts and what do I do?  I use gift bags all the time.  No creativity at all.  I really needed some inspiration this year for wrapping gift ideas and would like to share them with you.

Monday Moments with Wrapping Gift Ideas

I love giving “food” treats to neighbors and other people I work with and I love this box idea by No Biggie using washi tape and a circle cutter for decorations.

Do you have a pile of magazines you don’t know what to do with? Make gift bows with them and Whole Living has the perfect tutorial on how to do this.

I absolutely love this idea for a gardening gift and the way to present it by No Biggie.  A plant in a reused can with simple decorations.  The perfect house warming gift for a new neighbor during the holidays.

I love this idea of monogramming a gift and In My Own Style says this DIY can be done in a minute.  After reading the tutorial, I do believe it can be done that quickly.

Since my son is a music teacher I am always looking for music inspired anything for him for Christmas.  I love how Maison de Pax shows how to add a bit of music to gifts.

I adore water color graphics and when I came up on these tags by Hello Bee, I knew these would be on my packages this year.  So beautiful and love the look.  Just print out and I’m done!!

Want the kids to help when it comes to wrapping.  Here is a cute idea called Holiday Lights gift wrap made with your child’s thumb prints.  Burlap and Blue shows you how easy it is to make this wrapping paper.

Have you ever had that gift that’s an odd shape and can’t figure out how to wrap it?  The Idea Room will show you how to do just that.

Simple gift wrapping ideas is exactly what I need.  Clean & Sensible shows you those easy and basic ways to wrap a gift beautifully but in a simple way.

I use craft paper in so many projects and ideas and why not wrap gifts with it.  Craftberry Bush uses boxwood and craft paper to make beautiful gifts.

I can’t show wrapping paper without showing a chalkboard example and this one is no exception.  Going Home to Roost shows you how to take black craft paper and chalk pens to make beautiful chalkboard wrapped gifts.

And one more easy printable tags for your gifts.  Classy and will go with any wrapping by I Heart Nap Time.  I love the font.



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