How-to: wrap your gifts to stand out this holiday season

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With Christmas right around the corner it is time to start wrapping all the gifts you have bought for your family and friends. Gift wrapping may be one of the most undesirable tasks during the holiday season. However, there are so many wonderful and festive ways to look forward to wrapping each one of your gifts. So today, we are here to help you out with one of them, finding the perfect gift wrapping. 

A Christmas tree surrounded by an array of wrapped gifts is one of the most magical sights of the season. While throwing something in a bag with some tissue paper is quick and easy, there’s something special about spending a little extra time to wrap your gifts the old-fashioned way. Whether you love big and fun prints or more traditional trappings with plaids and bows, there’s something for everyone on this list.

 Keep scrolling to see how you can give a little extra joy to everyone on your list this holiday season.

This year stand out with classic plaids and fun accents. I love the Hearth and Magnolia Plaid Gift Wrap from Target. It looks perfect paired with a unique ribbon such as the Cream and Black Hearth and Magnolia for just $6. Another plaid option is the Plaid Embossed Gift Wrap from Pier One. This wrapping is festive and bright and will stand out wherever you go. Place the Jingle Bell Gift Tag over the wrapping for a festive and fun touch. 

Another fun idea, especially if you are creative, is to try the Plaid Brown Kraft Wrapping Paper. The possibilities for prettying up a brown paper package are nearly endless. Ribbons, wreaths, tags, and more are just a few examples of how to make these packages unique. I love Red Yarn on this paper too. 

If you’re not great at wrapping but still want your present to look presentable and neat, a decorative box is perfect for you. The Target Gray Marble Square Gift Box is very trendy and just $5. The Foil Square Ornament Box is elegant and chic.  Lastly, the Gold Big Boom Boxes are designed with metallic gold paper that looks like you wrapped it yourself. This is also a great box to keep after the holidays to hold accessories or small items. 

How do you wrap your presents? Let me know in the comments below. 

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