5 Modern Ways to Wrap a Present
Holiday wrapping doesn't have to be all about red and green or snowflakes and Santa. While I do like to have more traditional wrapping underneath my tree to match the decor, I love to dress up my friend's presents with something bold and modern. It's also nice to have leftover wrapping paper rolls in designs I can use all year round. If you want to make these modern gifts a bit more festive, dress them up with glittered ribbon or a sleek ornament gift topper.
1. Weathered Wood Grain Paper by the Paper Kit - Faux wood grain paper is a top gift wrapping trend this season. I think it's a cool way to wrap a guy's gift, especially if you top it off with simple black ribbon. To dress it up for a gal pal, tie it with a velvet brown ribbon and a woodland creature ornament gift topper.
2. Anthropologie Mod Geo Wrapping Paper - Geo print has been trendy in both home decor and fashion this year. It only makes sense it has translated to paper printing. I like how this geo print paper from Anthropologie has some silver shimmer to it. Pair it with shimmery silver ribbon for a modern yet festive presentation.
3. Neon Wrapping Paper - Bold color can look incredibly modern if you go with a bright neon paper. Tie it off with ribbon in a contrasting color.
4. Anthropologie Marbled Wrapping Paper - A marbled finish in another trending print lately, and it's absolutely beautiful on paper. Just like the geo-print paper from Anthropologie, this marbled wrapping paper has some holiday shimmer to it. The sparkly string ribbon looks perfect with it.
5. Chalkboard Kraft Paper Roll - Much like traditional brown Kraft paper, a roll of Kraft chalkboard paper is a versatile way to wrap a present any time of year. For the holidays you can draw on words like Merry Christmas and Ho Ho Ho, and you can even draw on a bow. Though I'd be concerned with using regular chalk. I'd hate for it to rub of. Instead use a white liquid chalk marker. Tie it off with red and white baker's twine.
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