In this incredibly simple DIY from Go Forth Creative, white paint is splattered onto kraft paper. It creates a remarkably elegant reference to snow. A topping of greenery and twine continue the rustic look of this wrapping technique.
This is definitely one of the most creative wrap DIYs I've seen! In this wrapping technique by Mini Eco, a sprinkling of confetti is trapped between traditional wrapping paper and a layer of cellophane. When the gift is shaken, the confetti shakes around as well — see it in action! Super fun!
I love how the kraft paper in this wrap is simply molded around the bottles of wine. And, of course, white colored pencil always looks fantastic on black kraft paper. It creates an instant chalkboard effect. Once again, some greenery and twine add the final touches to this rustic wrap.
The idea of wrapping and gifting a single cookie is so appealing to me! A single cookie in its very own wrapping seems so personal and thoughtful — like the gifter baked and wrapped a single cookie just for its recipient.
Kraft paper, twine, and greenery strikes yet again! But, this time with a twist — the addition of a photo that means something special to the gifter and recipient. It's a beautiful and heartfelt touch. Thanks to the Artifact Uprising blog for this idea.