Buzz·Posted on Nov 23, 2020These Clever Gift Wrapping Techniques Will Make You A Wrap God This Holiday SeasonTo win the gifting game this year, use some of these simple tips to take your wrapping up a notch.by Tracy RaetzBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Sheet Music Gift Wrap Barbara Neveu / Getty Images For the music lovers in your life, forego traditional wrapping paper and use sheet music to wrap gifts instead. Not only is this more personal, but it’s a great way to use that sheet music you haven’t touched in years. 2. So Fresh, So Clean Brycia James Kiewlak / Getty Images One of the simplest ways to take your wrapping up a notch is add a little greenery. Use clippings from the Christmas tree or fresh eucalyptus to make your gift feel fancy, and smell nice too. 3. DIY Potato Stamp Bloodlinewolf / Getty Images If you’re feeling crafty, use a potato and make a stamp to cover brown paper bags in festive touches. Simply cut the potato in half, carve a shape, dip in paint, and you’re ready to make some cute one-of-a-kind gift wrap! 4. Map Gift Wrap Pogonici / Getty Images For the travel lovers in your life, use a map to wrap their gifts to inspire their future travels. For extra points, find a map of their favorite place to travel to. 5. Furoshiki Gift Wrap Bogdan Kurylo / Getty Images Want to be stylish and eco-friendly? Take a tip from the Japanese tradition of using beautiful fabric to wrap gifts instead of paper. Not only is it beautiful and easy, but it’s two gifts in one! 6. Polaroid Present Tarik Kizilkaya / Getty Images For a personal touch, slip a Polaroid photo under some ribbon to give your giftee a reminder of good times. It’s a great way to make your gift picture perfect. 7. Floral Flair Lambada / Getty Images Dried flowers are having a moment this year, and they’re a simple way to add some flair to your gift wrapping. Simply tuck some dried flowers under the ribbon to create a mini bouquet for your gift recipient. 8. Get Ornamental Peilingleecopyright / Getty Images Ornaments aren’t only for the tree anymore! Using some twine, tie small ornaments to the front of your gift to create a cluster and take your wrapping to the next level.