Gift Packaging Ideas

Hey everyone

I feel a sense of festivity in the air with a long holiday (and my birthday) around the corner! So I decided to do a post on a few simple but beautiful ways to package gifts.

I have a very exciting post coming soon and I can’t wait to share it! Hope you enjoy this post!

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Some basic gift-wrapping and packaging materials and supplies include bags, crepe paper, lace (not photographed: scissors, tapes, tags/cards, wrapping paper, ribbon)
Use matching crepe paper to that of your tags. You can also use contrasting colours as shown below.
Use matching crepe paper to that of your tags. You can also use contrasting colours as shown below.
You can use contrasting colours in your crepe paper to give the gift a festive and colourful look.
You can use contrasting colours in your crepe paper to give the gift a festive and colourful look.
Patterned bags or even plain paper bags are a great way to package smaller gifts.
Patterned bags or even plain paper bags are a great way to package smaller gifts.
Soft parcels like scarves can be wrapped in soft crepe paper and matching ribbon or lace (it doesn't have to match, it can contrast too).
Soft parcels like scarves can be wrapped in soft crepe paper and matching ribbon or lace (it doesn’t have to match, it can contrast too).

Hope this inspires you to give someone a hand-made card instead of a shop-bought one and to wrap presents in fun, stylish and colourful ways.

Miss Artsy-Crafty xxx

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Nabeela Parkar

Blogger, Digital Content Creator, Aspiring Designer, Artist, Minimalist

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