3 Tips on How to Wrap Your Presents Beautifully Without Spending a Fortune on Supplies

by Sarah Scoop

Wrapping Christmas presents can sometimes be a nightmare.  There’s tape everywhere, tissue paper all over the floor, and don’t even get me started on paper cuts.  This task can be such a hassle, but I do indeed have some ideas that can definitely help with the process.  Here are 3 tips on how to wrap your presents beautifully without spending a fortune on supplies.


1. DIY Wrapping Paper

A great way to spice up some of the supplies you already own is to DIY them.  For example, instead of buying expensive wrapping paper, try picking out a solid color instead.  You can easily use stencils and markers to create your own patterns on the paper.  Or, you could even write some fun phrases on it, like “Happy Holidays”, or “Merry Christmas”.  This is a great way to save money and you’ll have unique wrapping paper that will be envied by all.

2. Glitter Tags

This is another DIY idea that can really rejuvenate your plain gift tags.  Start off by choosing a plain gift tag.  Next, apply a thin layer of glue to a section or corner of the tag. Then, gently sprinkle your favorite color of glitter over that specific section and ta-da!  You now have personalized gift tags that will add lots of pizzazz and flare to the gift.

paper-933661_19203. Reuse Tissue Paper

This tip is great for people who like to put gifts in bags with tissue paper.  The next time that you receive a gift, don’t just throw away the tissue paper once you’re done opening the present.  As long as the paper isn’t ripped or destroyed, it can easily be reused for the next time that you decide to wrap a present.  This tip will save you a fortune on tissue paper and it’s good for the environment too.

These three ideas will be extremely helpful for saving money during the holiday season.  For the next time that you and your wallet dread this season, just remember these tips and you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the holidays with one less thing to worry about!

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