For any holiday and celebration we are preparing cool gifts and wrapping them well can give your presents even more charm and chic. Today I’d like to share the coolest wrapping paper designs for any occasion, let’s get started.
The first idea is paint wrapping paper – it’s a simple and gorgeous design that can be made by anyone, just splatter the paint onto some plain paper and let it dry.
The next point is wrapping paper decorated with a paint pen. Use your paint pen to draw whatever you like onto your envelopes, this could be a fun task if you have kids too, and would result in some really personal gift packaging.
Love stars? Make this star wrapping paper: cut out stars and glue them to the paper the way you want, let dry and voila!
If you like regular patterns, try stenciling. Choose the stencils and colors you want and go ahead! Again, you may ask your kids to participate in this fun, they’ll love it!
Botanical prints never go out of style, so grab some flat plant leaves and dip them into paint, then place the leaf onto the packing paper where desired, the paint facing downwards. Press down lightly and let dry. Voila!
If you have some self-adhesive foam sheets, you can create any stamp you want and then use it for stamping your paper. In this tutorial you’ll find out how to make a stamp and then how to style paper with it.
Like Disney? Then make this fun Mickey Mouse paper with your kids using potatoes for stamps, so fun!
Here are two more ideas for wrapping paper based on stamps: a deer stamp and a macaron stamp. Deer stamped paper is ideal for Christmas and New Year, and macaron stamped sheets will be great for any occasion, from a birthday to just a party.
Watercolor is very trendy now and you can make watercolor paper towels with your children. The tutorial is easy: just watercolor the tissues and let them dry but choose the paper carefully not to spoil it.
Painting is the easiest idea for decorating wrapping paper, just grab some paints and paper and turn on your creativity! In this DIY you’ll find blue crosses and lines on kraft paper.
Using food coloring is a cool and eco-friendly idea, which is again suitable for kids. To make the bubble mixture, add a few drops of food coloring to two tablespoons of dish liquid and the tiniest amount of water. Mix well. Dip the bubble wand into the paint and blow ever so gently aiming to get the bubble onto the paper.
Fruit prints are great for summer, make this watermelon wrapping paper using a foam print and markers, so awesome!