2. Share the Gift of Giving
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Items Around the Home
Consider recycling items around the home and using items found in nature to wrap your presents this year. Not
only is it environmentally friendly, but it will add a beautiful and unique look to your gifts that are sure to stand out
from all of the others.
Newspaper, paper bag, or craft paper
Pine cones, leaves, twigs, etc.
1 Try using newspaper to wrap your presents instead of buying expensive
wrapping paper. Also consider using paper bags for paper. Simply cut them
to fit your gift and make sure to show the side with no writing.
2 Instead of using bows and lace to finish off your gifts, consider going out and
finding pine cones, leaves or twigs to add final touches to your presents.
3. Share the Gift of Giving
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Holiday Shaped Craft Punch
Punch out desired amount of
heart-shaped designs from the
Layer the holiday shapes (tree,
snowflake, heart, etc) in desired
pattern in between 2 layers of
Iron over the top layer of wax
paper to seal the heart-shaped
tissue paper cut outs inside.
After wax paper has cooled and
sealed, wrap baked goods with
twine or string.
Kraft Paper Wrapping
Kraft paper is a great resource for wrapping your gifts for the
holidays. It will also save you money, as it is much cheaper
than traditional wrapping paper and looks amazing! Not only
does it look great, but it is also extremely durable and tear
resistant, so it is perfect for long car rides or any traveling
that you will need to do. In addition to its durability, it is also
100% recyclable which makes it very environmentally friendly.
Use Kraft paper to wrap gifts as you normally would and
watch your gifts stand out from all the rest!