Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Creative gift wrapping with kids images

I love the packaging of gifts – creative gift packaging! In this project, the children’s art and Mod-hodgepodge, to gifts pretty.
Hello, Mod conglomeration of rocks readers! This is Linda, from burlap+blue, and I'm so excited to be here, today, two festive and meaningful holiday creative gift to share-wrap ideas with one of my favorite craft-media – Mod conglomeration!
The inspiration for this project came from my son’s finger-painting projects and my love for polka dots. I love that the gift can integrate tags, his art, and I love the colorful, graphic sense of the gift of paper! You want some of your own? Let’s ready to go . . .
DIY Creative gift Wrap
Collect These Supplies

Mod hodgepodge gloss
tissue paper
Kraft paper
gift tags (either wood or paper)
art work ((either your child’s or your own!)
string or yarn for hanging
scissors

step 1: Collect your materials. You take your gifts and wrap them in wrapping paper.
step 2: create your gift tags, simply keep track of your empty tags to your artwork. Cut out and Mod smorgasbord to your tags. I added a coat of sealer, but you can add more if you’d like!
step 3: layer the tissue paper, draw a circle, and cut them out. I have a vitamin bottle lid to get my circles, but use whatever you can get your hands on! A craft punch, this step is easy-peasy and would make. For a bit more variety, circles in different sizes!
To your circles, simply cut Mod smorgasbord to your wrapped gifts. Depending on your color selection, and how far you have your circles, you can look really different!
Waiting step 4: you have until everything is dry, tie your tags onto your gifts, and embellish as much (or as little) as your heart desires.
I used a simple wooden snow I found flakes at Crate & Barrel a few years ago, but a branch of holly, a bell or mini ornament would look good as well!
thanks for making me share my creative gift wrapping paper with you all today! You will find many guides and holiday inspiration on my blog, burlap+blue, on my facebook page or on twitter! Happiest of holidays to you all!
children love gifts for others – here are 15 gifts that children can make for Christmas and the holidays from Red Ted Art!!!!!

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