It is that time again. Time to think about Christmas gift wrap and adding it to all of those gifts under the tree. I have a few out of the box ideas for you today that are quick and easy. The best part? They all have one thing in common….copper! If you are a fan of the metallic trend, these Christmas gift wrap ideas just might be perfect for you. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
Supplies for this Christmas gift wrap:
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- Kraft Paper Boxes
- Copper Accents (see a variety of copper supplies here)
- Copper Leafing Pen
- Kraft Gift Tags
- Burlap Ribbon
- Copper Ribbon
- Jute Twine
I love using these kraft paper boxes to wrap up gifts. They are sturdy and can also be used by your gift recipient after they take the gift home. I chose the kraft paper for a more rustic feel, however, these boxes come in a wide variety of colors. My first Christmas gift wrap idea is to tie on an ornament with your gift tag. Here I used jute twine to tie up the box with a rustic bow and then added a copper ornament. Use this idea for any ornament tied to any gift for a festive touch that is quick and easy.
Don’t love the idea of the jute twine? Try ribbon instead! Here we have tied some festive ribbon with copper accents into a gorgeous bow then added on a fun ornament. Everyone will love this gift wrap and no one will ever guess just how easy it is to do! We didn’t even need tape. Want to continue that copper metallic theme? Be sure to write on your gift tags with the copper leafing pen instead of plain ink. It just adds that extra special touch.
Looking for something a little further outside of the box? Look to the floral department of your local craft store. Here we used a copper colored sprig and tucked it into a burlap bow. Quick, easy, festive, and oh so gorgeous. The perfect way to celebrate the holidays!