Gift Wrap your Presents like a Pro…

Give your gifts the personal touch this Christmas with beautifully wrapped presents that will look so spectacular that your family will not want to unwrap them.

Stamp it out

Easy, affordable and effective. Simply buy some plain brown parcel wrap and decorate with a stamp and ink pad to create a festive pattern. You could even purchase an alphabet stamp kit and personalise your Christmas message for the recipient.

Have a colourful Christmas

Choosing two signature colours for your gift wrap makes your present look classy and super-expensive. Try a plain gold wrap with a red bow, or a glittery silver foiled wrap with festive green curling ribbon to make an impact under the Christmas tree.

Get seasonal with shrubbery

Did you know that a holly leaf makes the perfect gift tag? Simply write your yuletide message on the leaf in a shimmery silver pen, make a hole in the leaf and add some ribbon for an inexpensive gift tag that looks spectacular and costs next to nothing.

Reusable gift wrap

For the eco-conscious gift-giver there are a variety of wrapping options that can be reused time and time again.  From bottle bags to fabric wrap these environmentally friendly options offer an alternative to the piles of traditional paper gift wrap.

Christmas carol gift wrap

Sheet music can make any gift look gorgeous! Purchase the sheet music for your favourite carols and use it to wrap your present. Top with a huge red bow to make your gift sing out on Christmas morning.

Get the kids involved

Build up the Christmas excitement and let the kids loose on creating gift wrap for the family. Nan and Grandad will love a present wrapped in unique paper designed by their grandchild.  We love creating mini pom-poms in Christmas colours from wool and sticking to plain white paper for a 3D effect.

There are so many ways to create a unique gift wrap to show your loved ones that you care. Even the most inexpensive gift can be given the Wow Factor with these fun and inexpensive gift wrap ideas.  Happy wrapping!