Decorative Christmas bags and festive wrapping ideas for any holiday gift.
Everyone loves a care package, especially when it is hand made. Show mom you care with this package full of little gifts, cards, and ideas for family fun.
This fun homemade gift bag can be filled with plain paper as a decoration or with candy or cookies to give as a present!
Okay, so we let the cat out of the bag--and into the Christmas decorations! Luckily, this little kitty looks so adorable in its festive outfit that you'll want to create one of your own to send a special family member or friend.
Put the finishing touch on homemade goodies for your teacher with these whimsical wrapping ideas.
Fun and inexpensive ideas for wrapping holiday gifts.
This felt mitten makes a festive cover-up for a jar of homemade jelly, bubble bath, a chunky candle or even a flashlight.
Made from a clean candy or nut tin, this toy drum is great for keeping the lid on a special surprise.
All it takes are a few candy stripes to turn an ordinary mailing tube into a sweet container for someone's favorite movie poster, a kite, a family flag or even an ice-fishing pole.
Here's a fun stamping technique for sprucing up an unwrapped box.
Perhaps the most instant and inexpensive of gift wraps is in your kitchen drawer: a recycled bakery bag or a brown paper lunch bag.
Japanese-style cloths called furoshiki serve as an elegant and reusable alternative to wrapping paper; another great eco-friendly holiday craft from Spoonful.com.
Personalize shopping bags by decorating them with old holiday cards.