Three Christmases ago, we ran out of Christmas wrapper. But we still have some gifts waiting to be wrapped. Good thing Second son came to the rescue. With a little creativity and inspiration, he made some DIY Christmas wrappers.
colored permanent markers
Our DIY Christmas Wrappers
Thank you, second son.
They were not the glossiest and prettiest, but they were certainly crafted with love. This Christmas, we plan to just make our own Christmas wrappers. I beleive our loved ones and friends will all the more appreciate the gift.
Aliw! Mas special ang gift wrapper pag personalized di ba. I’m sure natuwa ang nakareceive ng gift!
oo, in fairness talagang mas nagustuhan nila yung wrapper kesa sa laman. hahaha.
I’m so glad I found this post, this is so sweet! 🙂 What I love the most is the fact that you did it together- lovely way to spend time as a family. I will definitely copy this lovely idea.
This is definitely a great way to spend more time with your family, and adorable as well!
I love family time this is perfect. I have two young girls who would love this!
That is what I do with my son every year and it is incredible. I thought I was the only one haha.
You’re a one creative mom! I like DIYs too. I’m certainly going to try this on christmas hihi Thank you mommy for sharing!
DIYs are such a great way to keep kids busy while honing their creative skills! I love doing DIYs too but they always don’t turn out as planned! Haha! Your kids are so lucky to have a hands on and creative mom like you! 🙂
aww, it’s so cute to have a gift wrapper made out of a drawing done by your son! the first two pictures won’t load though. it’s a shame, i would love to see how they looked like. having a diy wrapper adds so much more thoughts and love into the gift itself. even though i’m horrible at art, i think i’ll still try it out one day. it’s the thoughts that counts, right?
You’re definitely right! They are so cute and crafted with love! What a good idea!
They were specially made and that’s special.
If you’re out of wrapping paper, this is a good hack.
Maybe this year but enough wrapping paper? Or would you prefer to do it like this from now on?
We might make our own wrapper but will make it more colorful this time.