Yesterday’s post was all about Bows so today I thought it was fitting to have a post on creative gift wrapping.
Neutrals seem to be the name of the game this season in Holiday décor.
With a neutral scheme it is fun to coordinate our wrappings with what is going on with the rest of the room.
Kraft paper is the perfect neutral gift wrap, so today we will be visiting some clever ways to use Kraft paper….
It doesn’t get any more simple than natural greens and bakers twine on top of Kraft paper.
For the man in your life a little tuxedo dressing on his gift!
I had to show you this. It is technically faux bois paper, but could be easily applied to Kraft paper. I just love the laced up wrapping.
These lovely Kraft paper boxes are from William Sonoma. I purchased these in white and red a couple of years ago, and had them monogrammed.
For those of you who enjoy a vintage feel!
Adding a little corrugated paper to this Kraft paper a winter scene emerges.
Simple stenciling adds some character to Kraft paper.
Mixing it up a little bit!
Love the pom-pom!!
What a clever use of newsprint!
A little hand stitching and a button!! How about Ho-Ho-Ho for Christmas in red stitching?!
Add a picture of the recipient instead of the traditional gift tag!
Not a package, but a fun embellishment. I can just see these on white paper!!
A lovely scented package!
Did you ever think there could be so many looks for Kraft paper wrapping?