Edible Gift Box
lemonandlavender.comWho can resist a fresh batch of your handmade fudge, cookies or macarons when they come this prettily packaged?
Get the how-to at Lemon and Lavender.
Cupcake Liner Gift Topper
cfabbridesigns.comSkip the wrapping paper and make any gift look fancy shmancy in minutes. Ten colorful cupcake liners, a stapler and a pair of scissors are all you need to make this simple gift topper.
Get the how-to at Family Chic.
Furoshiki Fabric Wrap
chewingthecud.comGet knotty this Christmas with Furoshiki, the Japanese technique of wrapping gifts with fabric. For those of us with two left thumbs, try this easy box wrap with a side bow.
Get the how-to at Chewing the Cud.
brittanypowell.comAll out of wrapping paper? An old map tied with red yarn is a charming alternative. For added appeal, circle a destination to hint at your next trip or trace out the route of a road trip you took together.
Get the how-to at Brittany Powell.
Polka Dot Gift Wrap
halfasleepstudio.comThis cheerful wrapping paper is as fun to make as it is to give. Cut a sponge into a circle (or any other shape), dip in colorful paint and stamp all over your wrapping paper.
Get the how-to at Half Asleep Studio.
Reindeer Pompom Gift Wrap
theproperpinwheel.comGive hardworking kraft paper a dashing twist by stamping on lots of reindeers and glueing bright pompoms to their noses.
Get the how-to at The Proper Pinwheel.
Cozy Sweater Gift Wrap
lonny.comWrap up a smaller gift for your current cutie in the sleeve of an old sweater. There’s no better way to say, “Let’s snuggle up on the couch with a cup of hot cocoa.”
Get the how-to at Lonny.
Chevron Gift Wrap
bluetandclover.comMake your own bold and cheerful zigzag-stamped gift wrap with this too-easy tutorial.
Get the how-to at Bluet and Clover.
Washi Tape Gift Wrap
thesweetestoccasion.comHoliday-inspired washi tape creates instantly cheery holiday packaging, which is perfect for anyone on your list.
Get the how-to at The Sweetest Occasion.