I love wrapping gifts - it's a sickness!
One of my favorite things to do is to customize my gift wrapping for whoever the 'giftee' is!
So when I wrapped up a gift for my adorable little neice the other day, I thought I'd share a quick and super easy way to make your gift-wrapping fun and unique!
I adore fun tissue paper, but why spend the extra money when you can make some? Whether it's peaking out of a gift bag or a fun surprise when you open the box - this is a simple way to change it up!
Use the opening of a small bottle as a stamp - Just dab it in the ink and stamp away! Use scrap paper underneath so you can "bleed over" the print!
Now you have a fun pattern that's totally unique to your gift!
How about for wrapping boxes? I personally love using kraft paper or butcher paper to wrap gifts (you can even get a decent sized roll of kraft paper from most dollar stores - I found some in the "office" section!). It's incredibly versitile and you can easily change it up for every gift.
For this one I decided to use chip-board letters (I got mine at Wal-Mart, but they have usually have a big variety of different fonts at most craft stores) to change my wrapping up!
I lightly pressed mine into my stamp-pad to give them some color. Then you just peel off the backs (or glue the backs, if yours aren't the peel-kind) and stick on!
What's your favorite way to make a gift extra unique?