11 DIY Creative Wraps That Are Too Beautiful To Tear Open. . .

A gift is as good as it is wrapped. A creatively packed gift never fails to make a major first yet lasting impression and raises the cuteness bar. What is on the outside does count when it comes to giving gifts to your loved ones. Especially DIY gift wrap adds a nice touch of personalization to what’s inside. Let us see 11 awesome ways to make DIY gift wraps and make gifting little more fun –

  1. Origami Mouse gift wrap
    If you love to do origami, then this gift wrap mouse will make for an adorable treat to your loved one. It is incredibly easy to make and you can learn to make it with step by step instructions with the help of this easy video tutorial here.
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  1. Pom Pom wrap
    Adding pom-pom to a gift wrap is by far the easiest thing to do for a fancy looking gift wrap. You can use felt wool or cotton pom-pom for this.
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  1. Potato Stamped wrap
    Remember how we used to carve designs on potato and dip it into color to use it as a stamp on paper. That’s what you have to do. Absolutely no drawing skills needed!
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  1. Cut Out Hearts wrap
    Wrap the gift with any gift-wrap as usual and simply cut out an easy shape like a heart. It will look irresistibly cute.
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  1. Ticket gift wrap
    Want to add a special touch to the gift wrap for your loved one? You can use a fresh ticket or the ones you watched together (if you have a collection) and glue them to the wrapping paper to make this easy gift wrap.
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  1. Black Chalkboard Paper Wrap
    A black chalkboard paper is easily available in the market and can be used as a gift wrap. You can draw whatever comes to your mind on it.
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  1. Pixel Weave wrap
    A woven wrap design is such a delight to look at. Simply wrap the gift and use some fine strips of colorful paper to weave a design in the middle.
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  1. Maps gift wrap
    Take wrapping to the next level with a map used as a gift wrap. It will look unique and add a fancy twist to your gift.
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  1. Colorful Washi tape gift wrap
    Washi tapes or glitter tapes add a pop of color to any plain gift wrapping paper. If you are in a hurry, simply make random washi tape designs to make your gift wrap look unique.
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  1. Photo accented gift wrap
    Add a touch of personalization with a printed picture of your family member and express your love.
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  1. Cross-stitch tags
    Tags can enhance the look of your gift and add little glamor. For a simple and easy homemade look, simply stitch a basic cross stitch on a cardboard tag and voila! You are done.
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