9 Eco-Friendly Gift Wrapping Ideas
I was wrapping gifts the other day and realized that I have published some fun eco-friendly gift wrapping ideas here on DIY Inspired and on Inheriting Our Planet as well. Since the holidays are just around the corner, I thought I’d share nine easy ideas from both sites. Make sure you check out the links for all the pictures and full step by step tutorials! Here we go!
I made these for my Twin God Daughter’s on their first birthday. Recycled food boxes worked out perfectly because their clothes were so small!
These are a bright mix of fun neon colors mixed with the simplicity of the brown paper bag. This wrapping is perfect for stocking stuffers and small gifts.
I used good old newspaper to wrap this present but gave it a colorful kick with some dyed water colored book page roses. Check out the full tutorial.
I loved making these!!! And they were quite a hit with the recipient. All you need is boxes, scrapbook paper, ribbon, and decorative tape.
On Inheriting Our Planet, I made similar ones for a Hello Kitty themed gift for my daughter’s best friend’s birthday.
These were the result of a challenge from one of my friends who works at a bank and handed me several rolls of coin wrappers. These cute little flowers are perfect for embellishing gifts, especially at this time of the year.
This one was a quickie! I drink so much coffee that I always have these little buckets handy. They are perfect as gift boxes. You can paint and decorate them any which way you wish!
I made these on Inheriting Our Planet recently. These are perfect for an upcoming Christmas party for favors. So ask your friends with little ones to save those jars for you!
Last but not least! Another one from Inheriting Our Planet; these fun gift kits are great for anyone on your list and are fun to open too!
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