How To Wrap A Present /Creative and Easy DIY Ideas
How to wrap a present this Christmas
It is this time of the year when everyone is on the hunt for the perfect gift… But have you ever wondered how to wrap a present in a festive and fun way? Challenge your creativity skills this Christmas with these DIY ideas… In this post I am sharing some very easy wrapping ideas to inspire you and help you design your cute gifts this festive season.
First af all I would like to show you a quick step by step guide of how to wrap a present in the easiest way possible.
Now let’s jump into the creative wrapping ideas…
The big bow
This might look complicated but it is very easy, guys… All you need to do is cut three different length ribbons and fold up each side (the third one fold in circle). Use a silicone gun to stick them on. After you have folded each side of the ribbons, place them on top of each other and stick them by using the silicone gun.
The candy cane
The candy canes are associated with Christmas time and this is another fun idea of creative wrapping. In this example I have used a craft paper, copper ribbon and christmassy tag. You can always visit your local park and dig into the bushes to find some leaves or red seeds to decorate your gift even more.
The cute button
As you can see, here is another example of wrapping your present with craft paper. In this case I have used wide ribbon and I have wrapped around few red strings. Using the same red string I have created a small bow and decorated it with a cute green button (you can use any type buttons even christmassy themed). And than again…I added some leaves and seeds for extra cuteness 🙂 .
Colourful and plain mixed together
Here I have used christmassy wrapping paper and I placed another layer of craft paper on top. Than I wrapped around white and red string. I have created a bow using red string and sticked some pinecones and leaves using silicone gun.
Most of the bids and bobs mentioned in this post I purchased from Hobbycraft .
Hope you find my easy craft ideas helpful…Merry Christmas!