DIY Holiday Packaging Inspiration

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With the holidays right around the corner, we’re sharing some of our favorite tips and tricks for wrapping your gifts! Here you’ll find links to all our favorite packaging how-to’s, including articles for tying the perfect bow, styling your tin-tie bags, or using cloth for gifts wrapped furoshoki-style. Then, deep scrolling to find more inspiration showcasing just a few unique packaging ideas that feature personalized holiday gift tags and labels from our shop. They’ll help give all your gifts, favors and stocking stuffers a unique, special touch. We hope these ideas help inspire you to get wrapping! Click on any link for more details:

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How to Tie the Perfect Bow

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Holiday Gift Tag Labels + Packaging Embellishment Inspiration

DIY Gift Wrap Ideas and Inspiration | Evermine Occasions

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How to Make Dip-Dyed Treat Bags

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5 Ways to Style Clasp Favor Boxes

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How To: DIY Potato Stamp Gift Wrap

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Free Printable Holiday Gift Wrap

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4 Ways to Style Tin-Tie Gift Bags

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Holiday How-To: Furoshiki Gift Wrap

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How-To: Package With Kraft Bags + Boxes

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One comment

  1. Very cute packaging ideas. I love taking cuttings from my Christmas tree every year and making different present toppers to finish the look. My kids love adding glitter and handprints to make it even more personal . Happy holidays. Thank you for the post!

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