I've always felt one the best part of Christmas was thinking
up creative ways to wrap a present and make it beautiful.
Ribbons and boxes make for a great way to wrap items that
have irregular shapes.
I thought this was a fantastic idea. You simply buy and
collect tea cups and saucers from garage sales, flea markets
and thrift stores and they can become great gifts for your
guests who come over for Christmas dinner party. The
teacups and saucers can make terrific tea light candle holders.
A great way to showcase your Christmas cards is to take a
frame and decorating it with ribbons. You can put the frames
on the wall and tie your cards to it.
house. Tie some fun lights to the stair railing and light
Another fun way to liven up the stair case is to simply
tie cups with colorful candy in it. Using multiples of 3
is a good idea.
A great way to wrap great gifts and to go green is to use
newspapers and scrap string and scrap paper to wrap your
presents. The above showcases presents wrapped with
newspaper, left over string, doilies and more. It looks
Wrapping doesn't have to be fancy to look great. Here
are some very simple ideas above for some great looking
Now here are some examples of some fancier
gifts with beautiful ribbons and adornments used.
Now wrapping a gift in a clear plastic bag may not sound
like much, but if you add glittery ribbons, fun colors and
tags - the effect can be quite fun and pleasing.
Can't wrap a huge present? Put a big tag or bow on it!
This fireplace and chair look so cozy. I could definitely
snuggle up on this chair and open presents.
Can't wrap a plant? Place it in a box and decorate the box :)
I love the stacked wood in the fireplace.
Isn't this a fun and great way of hanging stockings by a
Christmas tree? All you have to do is find the right
I wanted to point out that Dwelling and Decor did a fabulous
post on Christmas Trees. Be sure to check her post out.
Stay tuned for Friday as we have even more holiday cheer.