We all want our gifts for our loved ones to be unique, but often we forget that anticipation is also important! The next time you gift someone, don’t just wrap it on a plain gift wrapper or box, do something different and put your beautiful gift inside a beautiful gift wrapper!
Take a look at these 40 unique gift wrapping ideas tutorials that will definitely make your loved ones love your gift even before they have the chance to open it! And here’s another reason why this should be the future of gift wrapping, your receivers can reuse these wrappers for the gifts they give to others, or back to you. You’re helping to save the environment by reusing the materials. Have fun this holiday season!
Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas
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Using only a scarf of any kind, Alicia Parsons requires no boxes, ribbons, glue, nor tape in order to creatively and uniquely wrap a small gift. This gift-wrapping idea is the perfect two-in-one approach. Perfect for couples, friends, and families.
Want to wrap a gift with a snowman? Seriously. In this DIY gift wrapping tutorial by Ashley, she instructs readers on how to make snowman wrappers for gifting candy and chocolate gifts to kids. It even has the iconic carrot nose!
Looking for the perfect gift for your husband, boyfriend, or dad? If they love wine and are dressed in a suit and tie for work, why not wrap your gifts to them the same way? It’s a good gift wrapping technique that tells the receiver that you know them very well and what they do.
Another creative and unique gift wrapping idea that would make every gentleman swoon…I mean, approve while slowly nodding. They will never guess what’s inside the box, especially if they don’t end up opening the wrapper for fear of ruining it.
Thinking of handing out small gifts to several of your friends during a party? Why not deliver your gift like how you would a cake? These tiny sliced cake boxes could fit small gifts, and you can just simply do the math to divide them carefully!
One of the simplest unique gift wrapping ideas in this list, which still maintains an air of creativity and uniqueness. Instead of the regular rectangular gift wrapping, this takes on the different but still lovable pyramid shape!. Easy to do and deliver.
Now here’s a killer move to gift champagne and chocolates? Wrap the both of them together like a pineapple. The outer skin is made up of delicious Ferrero Rochers chocolates while the champagne serves as a base for the tropical fruit. (Actual pineapples not included.)
Unique and simple gift wrapping idea that even children would find easy to make. The beauty of this wrapper is that it can easily be done in just 10 minutes or less. It’s goofy and exudes personality!
A folded felt gift wrapper that is perfect for tiny gifts. Be it jewelry, a simple note, or something tiny and unique, it will be more beautiful if you gift it inside this elegant gift box.
Move away, squares. The time of curvy gift wrappers has come. Instead of wrapping your gifts inside boring boxes, try placing them inside curvy keepsake boxes that are easy to do and decorate.
11. Lego Gift Box
Perfect gift wrapping for children who love playing with Lego, or a man-child who grew up playing one. While it’s just a simple box with four cylinders on top, the sentimental value of this wrapping idea is equivalent to the entire childhood of the receiver.
For those who want to present their gifts in paper bags, here is a tutorial that helps you create beautiful paper gift bags. Without using too many supplies and in a few steps, you can have your very own paper bags with a fanned top and a ribbon tied to make it look more elegant.
If you’ve suddenly run out of wrapping paper and have only some pieces of different gift papers left, then take help from this interesting tutorial. The idea is to use two pieces of gift paper in same size and create a two-toned gift wrapping. Tie it up with a satin ribbon and you’re good to go.
Giving a gift to a pet lover? If the gift is small enough to fit, these cats and dogs gift boxes will make for awesome gift wrappers.
Here’s an incredibly designed Christmas-themed paper bag Ã¢ÂÂ the kind you see in shopping malls. Find out how you can make this elegant wrapping style with the tutorial.
If your gift is contained in a shallow rectangular box, then you can use this tutorial to create a lovely holiday-themed Kimono style gift wrapping.
In a few easy steps and very little stationery material, you can make a wonderful gift wrap and embellish it with ribbons, red berries, brown twig, or cider leaf.
This is what happens when you combine a box and a paper bag design. Whoever said that carrying a gift box should be bothersome? Why not add a handle, right?
Here’s another suit and tie-themed box, probably best used for Father’s day or when gifting stuff to your old man.
19. Secret Box
Here’s a beautiful, elegant and unique gift wrapping idea that is great for keeping secrets. The secret compartments are great as containers for personal accessories, or items you really don’t want anyone else to get to. Getting this box is like getting a gift!
Want something refreshing like a gift box with the theme of springtime? Here’s a fun honeycomb gift box tutorial you can check out and try out.
If you or the receiver of your gift a fan of origami, then you can use this interesting tutorial to create a beautiful Christmas tree origami in your gift wrapping.
Using a hard gift wapping paper and some practice, you can create two different types of elaborated origami Christmas trees along with card pocket. Such a gift wrapping is bound to impress everyone.
Here’s another origami-inspired gift wrapping idea for create DIY gift wrapping. You can create an origami Christmas bell using simple paper. There’s also a card pocket where you can place your greetings card when presenting the gift.
23. Dress Gift Box
This is actually a design for a favor box, the kinds you find at a wedding. This tutorial will help you with all the materials you need and how to recreate the gift box.
Isn’t this the cutest thing ever?! It’s a matchbox sized suit wrapper which is not only adorable, but can be reused for multiple regifting adventures.
A gift wrapping idea for creating envelope pocket right through gift wrapping. This is ideal for wrapping square boxes with suitable heights. With a cute wrapping paper and a few easy steps, you can create a wonderful little gift wrapped with creativity.
What kind of gift topper gives a gift more elegance than a good ol’ bow. In this tutorial, you can learn how to create a classic bow with perfection. Using a satin ribbon and some simple steps, you can give a gorgeous look to your gifts.
27. Santa Pants
Children love candies and Santa Claus, so why not give them both at the same time? This Santa Pants gift container is great for packing candy, small toys, sugary delights and other thing kids love. It is also easy to do.
28. Neck Tie
Aside from a full-blown suit gift box, you can also make a neck tie box in just a few steps using limited materials.
29. Fun Favour Box
A wrapping technique that resembles Kisses and better yet, it’s fairly easy to make and open. Doubles as a perfect container for food, small accessories, or left empty as a table-top decoration.
30. Donut Gift Box
Know someone who loves donuts? Well, what do you know, why not wrap your next gift to them in a donut-shaped gift box? It is fairly easy to do, it only requires you to be a little diligent in your paper cutting skills!
Here is a beautiful way of wrapping gifts using bird feather. You use a nice plain kraft paper and daub it with some paint pattern all over. For the top, you use a simple bird feather and apply gold leaf on it to give it a golden feather look. Tie it with some white twine and you have your gift wrapped.
This tutorial talks about changing the plain ol’ wrapping sheet into glittery dots. Using a kraft paper, apply a light coat of adhesive and sprinkled glitter on it. It really gives a shine and depth to your gift and make it stand out. And don’t be afraid of using lots of glitter.
It is a simple yet elegant way of wrapping your gifts in a way that the receiver will swoon over it. Making DIY gift toppers you can instantly make your gift look beautiful.
The DIY toppers include a classic bow, a nice little holly, paper pom, pendant, and a forest of paper trees. You can print out the hand-made drawings from the creator and use them as stencils for your own project.
Add a dash of glamor to your gifts by wrapping them using this creative gift wapping idea. In a few simple and easy steps, you can create a wonderful wrapping on your own and win the heart of anyone who looks at your gift.
This particular idea started off as a gift wrapping challenge for the creative minds and some really wonderful things came out of it. It involves Balsa wood, glue, some paint, and kraft paper to wrap a beautiful gift.
You cut the Balsa wood into strips, draw nice patterns on them, and make a lovely Christmas tree to be used as a gift topper. The idea looks elegant and unique and makes your gift stand out.
Here are printable kraft paper gift card envelope to make them into sweet little Christmas gift boxes or for any other occasion. You can download them for free and print them on any kind of card stock paper.
A cute little gift topper idea that lets you turn a simple gift into some thing unique and creative. With only a pompom made of yarn, a small piece of paper, and glue, you can make an ice cream cone gift topper in a few simple steps.
If you’re a fan of wrapping gifts in Kraft paper and also want to add some Christmas festive look to the plain paper, then take a look at this idea. It involves using glitter and glue to make your gifts look exciting and the technique is really simple too.
Here is a tutorial for wrapping shallow rectangular boxes in the most elegant way. The wrapping technique lets you create a double pocket gift wrap so you can fit a little bunch of flowers and a greeting card. Tie a gold satin ribbon around and you have a beautifully wrapped gift.
For those who want to go an extra mile with their creative skills in gift wrapping, this idea would be the best. You use a beautiful reversible wrapping paper to create a twisted bow that also works as a gift topper.