Somehow its already Christmas week and while I’m almost done with wrapping all of our family gifts at this point, I still have a trick or two up my sleeve in the present department. Because lets face it, I’m far more into the wrapping portion of gift-giving than I should be.
Here are 4 unique DIY ways to create holiday gift toppers for presents this year…
1. Holographic Garland Topper: I used some leftover garlands from this New Year’s Eve tutorial and just wrapped them around a few packages. The star one is my fave. Which one do you like best?
2. Giant Fabric Bow Topper: Cut several large square pieces of fabric (all the same size – roughly 16 inches), then cinch them in the middle and wrap a smaller strip of fabric around the cinches area to create the bow. Attach to presents for a bold statement.
3. Disco Garland Topper: I found this garland at CB2 and cut it up into smaller pieces that can be wrapped around presents.
4. Spray Painted Tree Trimmings Topper: I picked up some (free) tree trimmings from a home improvement store that sells Christmas trees (they keep the excess trimmings from the trees in the front in giant bins that anyone can take home). Once you have the tree trimmings, spray paint them and then attach them to your packages and presents, just like you would a ribbon, etc. You can even make little bows out of it, with a wood bead in the middle for the knot.
Photography and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
How are you wrapping up your gifts for the holidays?