Give Christmas gifts wrapped in personalized packs
A personalized Christmas gift wrap adds a little something to the presents you give your loved ones. Even though it’s Christmas time, you may wondering what kind of gift wrap you should use. After all, everybody isn’t fan of low cost wrapping paper sold in some stores. And you may want to present your gifts in a nice and unique gift wrap. How to find out what kind of wrapping design to use?
The first thing to consider is who is going to receive your present. Think about her personality. How is your gift recipient? What does he or she enjoy in life? Who is your gift recipient? A child, an adult, a neighbor, your boss?
All these considerations will help you select the best personalized Christmas gift wrap design.
Examples of personalized Christmas gift wrap to take into consideration
- Kiddies will enjoy opening a gift enclosed in a paper featuring their favorite movie characteres, such as the current rage: Frozen gift wrapping papers.
- For a classy person, black gift wrapping paper adorned with a white or silver bow is a good option.
- A young fashionista will certainly enjoy a brightly colored wrapping paper or gift bag, maybe with fashion designs on it. As an example a flashy pink wrap adorned with clothing images would be good for a tween who is getting brand new clothes. The Internet will provide you with up-to-date informaton about the good colors and designs of the time.
- If your mother likes old-fashioned things then you can choose a Norman Rockwell or an Old England themed Christmas gift wrap that you’d adorn using a big red bow.
- A very original gift wrap would be done using a piece of fabric such as a scarf.
- An unusual gift ribbon can be done using a tie or a bow tie – especially tied around a bottle of wine.
- For the green person, a gift wrap made out of a grocery bag that you paint or decorat yourself is perfect.
You can also go even further and personalize the ribbons and bows. The other thing to take into consideration is the holiday. Spring, summer, fall and winter come each with their own colors. As you know, major Christmas colors are green, red, silver, and gold.
As you can see, there are many different ideas for personalized gift wrapping. Don’t limit yourself to cheap store-bought papers. Get a little creative and you’ll soon become the most original gift giver in the neighborhood.