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How to Easily Wrap Gifts for all Occasions

January 22, 2017 • By

Wrapping gifts can be a daunting task.

Not enough paper, not the right kind of paper, not enough bows, ribbon, etc. etc.

The list can go on and on.

Never fear, there is a much simpler way to wrap gifts for all occasions with the same paper!!

That’s right. There’s no need for tons of different papers and ribbons when you can handle it with a few!

It’s easy!

Here’s How to Easily Wrap Gifts for all Occasions…

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

This post is in partnership with Paper Mart, however my opinions of Paper Mart products are 100% my own.

You guys remember Paper Mart, right?

The fabulous online company that has amazing papers and ribbons at amazing prices…

Well, here’s an easy way to wrap all your gifts, all year long, with just a few selections from Paper Mart!

And guess what?

It’s under $100!

So let’s get started!

To see more on How to Achieve the Perfectly Wrapped Gift, go here

Valentine’s Day/Woman’s Birthday

You can use the same wrapping paper for multiple occasions, as long as you change out your bow!

These red and pink bows SCREAM Valentine’s Day or a Woman’s Birthday gift.

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

Wrapping Paper: 4210E0012  Metallic Cheetah4215C0183  Ivory

Ribbon:  3/4″ poly Splendorette: 4432033  Cerise – 4432033 Red

Ribbon: Curling Ribbon  3/16″ Crimped: 4435052  Ivory –  4435059 Flat Gold – 4435030 Red4435633 Cerise

Father’s Day/Man’s Birthday

Now, here is the same Ivory and Metallic Cheetah (gosh, I love this stuff) wrapping papers that I used above.

By switching out the ribbon choice, now it’s all manly (read that in the Old Spice guys voice lol!!)  and perfect for Father’s Day or Birthday!

This Sage Green Wood Grain wrapping paper is absolutely divine.

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

Wrapping Paper: 4210E0012  Metallic Cheetah4215C0183  Ivory – 4215A0024  Sage Green Wood Grain

Ribbon:  3/4″ poly Splendorette: 4432033 Black

Ribbon: Nylon Tulle 3″: 90333355 Chocolate

Ribbon: Curling Ribbon  3/16″ Crimped: 4435052  Ivory –  4435059 Flat Gold – 4435020  Black4435055 Chocolate

Baby Girl

Remember the Woman’s Birthday Gift with the Ivory Paper and Pink Bow?

Here she is again – I simply added a cute little It’s a Girl spray to the top of the package and voila!

We now have a precious Baby Girl gift.

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

Wrapping Paper: 4215C0183  Ivory

Ribbon:  3/4″ poly Splendorette: 4432033  Cerise

Ribbon: Curling Ribbon  3/16″ Crimped: 4435052  Ivory4435633 Cerise – 4435030 Red

Baby Boy

You guessed it!

I did the same ‘ol trick for the Baby Boy gift!

Bows can make or break a gift you guys…seriously.

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

Wrapping Paper: 4215C0183  Ivory

Ribbon:  3/4″ poly Splendorette: 4432033 Turquoise

Ribbon: Curling Ribbon  3/16″ Crimped: 4435052  Ivory4435633 Cerise – 4435075 Turquoise

Wedding & Anniversary

Finally, I used the SAME PAPER for a Wedding and Anniversary gift!

By adding tulle, this precious wedding cake spray, and using neutral ribbon – we have the perfect “serious” gift.

Mind-blowing, right?

Want to learn how to easily wrap gifts for all occasions? Take a look at this how to wrap guide that shows how to wrap gifts of all kinds for less than $100

Wrapping Paper: 4215C0183  Ivory

Ribbon: Nylon Tulle 3″: 90333359 Gold

Ribbon: Curling Ribbon  3/16″ Crimped: 4435052  Ivory4435059 Flat Gold

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Now on to the bow!  

I know hand tying a bow may sound intimidating to some but I promise I can break it down for you.

Here we go…

Have I told you guys I stopped coloring my hair?  I have gone au natural!  I am as white headed as Casper.  Lawd have mercy.

I hope this has been helpful!

This technique applies to all types of ribbon and all applications, with just a few tweaks.  The same method applies when creating bows with multiple ribbons, there is simply more to hold.  If you are making bows for outdoors, use a pipe cleaner instead of ribbon to hold the bow, that will provide an easy way to attach your bow.

You get the idea!

I know all of you guys are already fabulous gift wrappers so I hope I have shared useful tidbits!

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This post is in partnership with Paper Mart, however my opinions of Paper Mart products are 100% my own.

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