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​12 Fun And Festive Ways To Wrap With Plain Kraft Paper

These DIY wrapping paper ideas are absolutely adorable. Make sure to keep Scotch® Double Sided Tape on hand for any finishing touches.

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1. Get crafty with nature.

Use stamps or colored string to spruce up any greenery that you find in your backyard! More info here!

2. Add some pretty tape!

How endearing is this? Instructions here!
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How endearing is this? Instructions here!

3. Speckle some white paint.

All you need is paint and a brush! More info here!
Courtesy of: DIY wrapping paper by goforthcreative.com / photography by mollywintersphotography.com

All you need is paint and a brush! More info here!

4. Add some plastic toys.

You can get creative with what toys to add based on your child's interests! Full instructions here.
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You can get creative with what toys to add based on your child's interests! Full instructions here.

5. Make your own bow.

http://www.howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2013/04/how-to-make-paper-bow.html
http://www.howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2013/04/how-to-make-paper-bow.html

This DIY bow is easy AND adorable.

6. Add a doily or a paper snowflake.

Courtesy of splashofsomething.com
Jessica Torres / CC BY 2.0 / Flickr: jessicacasetorres

Simple, but so sweet! Directions here!

7. Make a lil' gingerbread man.

Jealous of all of the adorable things your kid has been making at school? This gingerbread present topper gives you your chance to shine!

8. Get creative with red pom-poms.

This DIY mainly requires finger painting, so it's easy for any small child! Check out the tutorial here.
Courtesy of splashofsomething.com / Via DIY Tutorial and Photography by Katrina Tauchen

This DIY mainly requires finger painting, so it's easy for any small child! Check out the tutorial here.

9. Add some texture.

Crumple up kraft paper until it softens. Finish with twine and a fun tag!
Dennis van Zuijlekom / CC BY-SA 2.0 / Flickr: dvanzuijlekom

Crumple up kraft paper until it softens. Finish with twine and a fun tag!

10. Use pictures instead of name tags.

DIY Tutorial and Photography by Katrina Tauchen
DIY Tutorial and Photography by Katrina Tauchen

This is your perfect opportunity to pull out embarrassing baby photos. Directions here!

11. Paint some snowmen.

DIY and Photography by Katrina Tauchen
DIY and Photography by Katrina Tauchen

These little snowmen are awesome because they don't have to be perfect! More info here.

12. Ask your little ones to draw or write something.

Tell them to write what they love most about the person receiving the gift. Make sure tissues are on hand. :)
Jules Morgan / CC BY 2.0 / Flickr: ladymissmarquise

Tell them to write what they love most about the person receiving the gift. Make sure tissues are on hand. :)

For more gift wrapping tips & tricks check out Scotch® Brand!

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