Buzz·Posted on Dec 23, 201621 Cheap, Easy, And Cute Gift-Wrapping IdeasUp your holiday gift-giving game.by Bibiñe BarudStaff Writer, MexicoLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 1. Convert plain wrapping paper into something a little more festive using just some string and a few pine leaves. TheFourWalls / Via thesefourwallsblog.com 2. Use a cardboard box to make a gift bag purely out of paper. apieceofrainbow / Via apieceofrainbow.com Try using various boxes to make different shaped bags. Watch the complete tutorial here. 3. A piece of string and two knots is all you need to give the perfect gift. buggyandbuddy / Via buggyandbuddy.com 4. The empty box from your aluminum foil is perfect for those smaller gifts. auntpeaches / Via auntpeaches.com 5. Pro tip: go to the store and buy some double-sided tape. It will make your life exponentially easier when it comes time to wrap those presents. myblissfulspace / Via myblissfulspace.com 6. Do your wrapping on a flat surface so the wrapping paper doesn't get all wrinkly. Aneese / Getty Images 7. Repurpose an old sweater to give your gifts that hot-chocolate-by-the-fireplace vibe. confettistyle / Via confettistyle.com To do it, follow this tutorial. 8. A paper lunch bag is cute, cheap, and easy to convert into a gift bag. Rachel Hollis / Via thechicsite.com 9. Make a crossword puzzle with a special message or the name of the person you're giving the gift to, print it out, and wrap your gift up. notonthehighstreet / Via notonthehighstreet.com 10. If you're artistically-inclined, turn any white box into your canvas and make it a work of art. mrprintables / Via blog.mrprintables.com And put a gift inside to make it a double prize! 11. Black sharpie = your new best friend. homeisright / Via homeisright.blogspot.mx 12. Add a super-special detail, like a miniature Instagram photo, in place of a card. Elsie Larson / Via abeautifulmess.com 13. If you really have no other choice, take a potato chip bag, turn it inside out, wash it well, and tada! earth911 / Via earth911.com They'll never even know! Unless they turn the wrapping paper right-side-out... 14. Those Pringles cans are good for more than just holding delicious chips. diyinspired / Via diyinspired.com And you can tie up all the gifts to make Christmas morning more interactive and ~fun~. 15. Or use them to hold your wrapping paper so that it doesn't get messed up. vorstellungvonschoen / Via vorstellungvonschoen.blogspot.mx 16. An empty toilet paper tube is much more useful than you ever imagined. ThePinkDoorMat / Via thepinkdoormat.blogspot.mx Follow the instructions here. 17. What if this year you used black paper & chalk (or a white sharpie) to give character to your gifts? goinghometoroost / Via goinghometoroost.com 18. A little confetti makes for fun and unique wrapping. crafthunter / Via crafthunter.com.au 19. Toys can make the most interactive gift of all. linesacross / Via linesacross.com 20. If all else fails, use some newspaper, but make sure you use spruce it up with some chic accessories. libelle / Via libelle.nl That's sure to make it a winner! 21. And you can use the leftover scraps to personalize any gift and make it extra special. manmadediy / Via manmadediy.com Download the letter templates here. This post was translated from Spanish.