Simple gift wrap

Christmas wrapping idea: Buy brown wrapping paper (cheap to buy at Walmart or a craft store) and use that paper to wrap your gifts. It's useful for every gift, and you can customize it by writing on the paper.

old books into tags

Tags are cut from old recycled books; print off or stamp designs of choice; punch hole, reinforce, thread with string, twine or yarn. Tag crafting caddy - old books punched and ready to go.

How to make tape out of leftover wrapping paper

DIY Decorative Tape

To make rolls of pretty tape, round up your favorite patterned wrapping paper, and purchase double-side mounting adhesive. You'll also need new or vintage spools Read more: How To Make Decorative Tape - Paper Craft Projects - Country Living

print on paper bags, punch hole, add reinforcement sticker and twine x

print on paper bags, punch hole, add reinforcement sticker and twine // DIY version of the favor bags I like. Wonder if the cost per bag would be less than 3 bucks.

Sewing pattern gift tags

Sewing pattern gift tags - great gift tag idea with a home sewn gift! You could use the scrap pieces of your pattern paper or when Hobby Lobby or Joanns puts their patterns on sale for 99 cents buy some extra's to cut up for this idea!

Gift bag

24 KRAFT BAGS with lace corners

Mini wreath Christmas tags/cards

this is so sweet, I love the smell of herbs.DIY Wreath Holiday Cards / Gift Tags using herbs

matchbook magazine dec. 2011

Amazing DIY gift wrapping ideas for Christmas. Wrap the presents with newspaper and then decorate with green and silver accents.

Punch scraps into different shapes, stitch together to make garlands for wrapping presents!

use paper punches to punch a shape out of every last little piece of scrap paper. sew the paper pieces together and create paper garlands that can be used to wrap around gift boxes wrap each one on it's own spool

Geschenke mit Weihnachtsmotiven ♥

Distinctive gift ideas for Christmas for those who matter the most.

Seven Swans Wedding Stationery

Love the paper bag idea instead of an envelope. maybe only ok for hand delivered invitations though Perrin-Smith