It’s just a few days before Christmas. Are you feeling the Christmas rush?
We do! I’m sure all your presents are ready for this year’s celebration. But have you wrapped them?
Not yet? Oh no! You’re in a wrapping emergency!
With Christmas getting close, you should have wrapped all your presents by now. But we understand your busy schedule gets in the way, and we’re here to the rescue.
We have browsed through Pinterest for some inspirations. We have carefully chosen some designs whose materials can easily be found in your home.
In this post, we will be teaching you some last-minute Christmas wrapping that can make your gift look extra special. These gift-wrapping techniques are easy to follow and can be done in just a few minutes.
The DIY Christmas Tree Wrap
Green Washi Tape
Yellow Construction Paper
How to do it:
Wrap your gift with a brown paper
Cut your green washi tape. Each cut must be shorter than the previous one so you can create an image of a Christmas Tree
With your yellow construction paper, create a star. You can watch some Youtube Videos about the instructions on how to do it. It is very simple, and you can get it accomplished within a minute. After making your star, paste it on top of the Christmas Tree.
Viola! You have your DIY Christmas Tree Gift Wrap. It is very easy to do and you will only need a few materials to get it done. This is good for gifts with a flat surface.
Draw a hat and Santa’s nose using the red construction paper.
Draw a cloud-like shape and a circle using your bond paper. You will use this to accentuate Santa’s hat.
Paste Santa’s hat on the top portion of your gift.
Paste the cloud-like shape at the end of Santa’s hat and paste the circle on the tip of the hat.
Cut Santa’s beard.
Draw his mount and tongue using your ball pen.
Paste it below the beard. Make sure there will be space for his eyes.
Paste Santa’s nose.
Draw his eyes.
Draw the shape of his face.
This one is simple but very creative. This is good for gifts with boxes and with a rectangular shape. With this creative gift-wrapping idea, the receiver will surely have second thoughts in opening it.
Yellow construction paper
How to do it:
Wrap your gift using the bond paper.
Cut a triangular shape in your yellow construction paper. You can also use orange.
Draw the eyes and eye brows of your snowman.
Paste his nose
Draw his smile.
Place the ribbon and tie it accordingly
Draw his buttons
Yes, it’s that simple! You are just a few steps away from making a boring design into something really marvelous *wink*
Watch a Youtube instructional video on how to do an envelope.
Follow the instructions using your dark brown paper.
Cut two circles using your bond paper. This will serve as Rudolf’s eyes
Draw his eyes using the black ball pen. You can just follow the circle and leave space.
Cut a red circle using your construction paper.
Paste it on the tip of the envelope.
Why use an ordinary envelope when you can make an extraordinary one in just a few minutes? Transform your envelope into something fit for Christmas with the six easy steps mentioned above. This will be perfect for Christmas letters.