DIY Christmas Gift Wrapping Paper

3 Materials
$10
30 Minutes
Easy

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Learn how to make your own easy DIY wrapping paper for Christmas with either a simple marker or custom stamps for a fun, modern look! You’re going to love these Christmas gift wrap ideas.


Making your own DIY wrapping paper is so simple! This stuff is so unique and memorable.

Step 1: First you want to cut your piece of kraft paper down to size that is appropriate for the gift you’re wrapping.


Step 2: For some of the paper, I stamped it with custom stamps of a tree and snowman that I made with my Silhouette Mint. It was SO easy to make these stamps and you even have to worry about a stamp pad because they are self inking and good for up to 50 stamps before you need to add more ink!



For other pieces of DIY wrapping paper, I just used a simple Sharpie!


Step 3: To finish things up, you just simply wrap your present!

Making your own DIY wrapping paper is so simple! This stuff is so unique and memorable.

I love that it can be customized to whatever decor suits your Christmas decor style. It’s so easy, you can even have the little ones help.

Here's another simple design using a Sharpie.


If you love this Christmas gift wrapping idea and want to learn more like it, be sure to check out all of my DIY tutorials in the archives here!

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  • Flipturn Flipturn on Dec 21, 2020

    I can see this project being a fun (with a practical outcome!) activity on a wet, cold fall day, especially for bored tweener-age kids stuck in the house.

    Happy Christmas.

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