5 Things To Do with Wrapping Paper
Don’t toss those leftover scraps of wrapping paper in the recycling bin just yet! Here are five simple ways to repurpose gift wrap around the house.
New Uses for Wrapping Paper: Make Decorative Stuffing
Sending Christmas goodies through the mail? Make your packaging extra-festive and try using old and leftover shredded Christmas wrapping paper for package stuffing. The paper will help keep your gifts safe and secure, and add a Yuletide touch to your mail.
New Uses for Wrapping Paper: Make Christmas Ornaments
Spice up your Christmas tree and combine clear Christmas ornaments with long, thin strands of wrapping paper. Simply remove the cap from the ball (make sure the opening is wide enough), and slide in your strand of paper (roughly 8-inches long by 1/8 inch length), so that it coils inside the ball.
New Uses for Wrapping Paper: Make Gift Cards
Whether you need a small gift tag or a full-sized gift card, creating handmade cards with spare wrapping paper is a heartfelt gesture that could save you money. Simply buy some card stock, glue and decorative pens and glitter, and combine them with your leftover wrapping paper. Add a little creativity and patience, and your personalized Christmas cards should put any store-bought cards to shame.