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Personalize Your Gift Wrap

Dec 8, 2015 By Jessica Abbott
Personalize Your Gift Wrap

With the holidays can come busy days and stressful nights, but if you have a moment… adding that little extra bit of personalization to the outside of a gift can bring a smile to your loved one’s face.

Here are 3 ways to personalize your wrapping, ranging from super easy to an hour-long project. It is always more of a blessing to give than to receive, and the smile one gets upon giving a gift from the heart to a friend or family member is absolutely priceless. Trust me when I say these little touches will bless YOU more than the person you are giving them to.

3 ways to add custom gift tags or wrapping paper

Skill Level: Beginner
Time Needed: 1 – 2 hours

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CUSTOM STAMPED WRAPPING PAPER

How to create a personalized stamp from an eraser.

MATERIALS:

Eraser
Carving tools
Pen
Ink

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Step One. Trace your block name BACKWARDS using a pen directly onto the eraser.

Step Two. Using the carving tools, carefully carve around your sketched name.

Step Three. Press the stamp bottom firmly onto the ink pad and stamp directly onto craft paper or other wrapping paper.

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PICTURE TAG

Simply slip a photo of your loved one underneath the ribbon in lieu of a tag. With the world being so digitally photo oriented now, this is like a present on top of a present.

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CUSTOM NAME TAG

Using cardstock, cut out their name for a truly personalized name tag.

MATERIALS:

Cardstock
Scissors
Pen
String / Ribbon

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Step One. Trace your block name directly onto the cardstock.

Step Two. Cut around using scissors. If needed, use a pair of smaller scissors to get inside the letters to cut out the centers. (A silhouette cameo also works great for this kind of project!)

Step Three. Punch a hole through one side of the name, and slip string or ribbon through to make the tag.

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And there you have it! Three different ways to personalize your gifts this Christmas.

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