Gift Wrapping Ideas and Free Printable Gift tags!

“Brown Paper Packages Tied Up With String… “

Hey everyone! What have you all been up to? The husband and I have been busy wrapping Christmas gifts & I wanted to show you have I have been using my free printable Christmas Tags (Found HERE), and hot glue gun snowflakes (Tutorial HERE) to help dress them up!


I bought a big giant roll of brown paper in the painters section at walmart for $7- and all our presents this year are being wrapped up in it. It’s just so classic & I personally love it! 

I used my Deer Graphics to make this adorable card to go with this present (Graphics found HERE)
I am really in love with this arrow tag that I printed on craft paper… it’s just so cute!
I’m also playing around with adding hearts and patterns to the paper with a white sharpie. So many fun possibilities! I can’t wait to be able to put Christmas gifts under the tree. 🙂
It’s so much fun working with things you already have on hand, because don’t have to spend a fortune on gift wrapping paper to have pretty gifts!
Now to keep the candy canes away from June. 🙂

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  1. Lindsay

    December 15th, 2014 at 4:19 am

    I love the combination of the brown paper and snowflakes. Will definitely have to try this.

  2. Lindsay

    December 20th, 2014 at 3:19 am

    Been wrapping gifts all day– doing the brown paper/snowflakes. Love it! I also tried writing the recipient's name on the package with hot glue, then sprinkling it with red glitter to make it stand out.

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