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  • 5 Amazing Wrapping Paper Crafts

    By April 4, 2017Uncategorized

    There are so many things beyond wrapping gifts that you can do with Loft 213 paper. The only limit is your imagination! We wanted to start you out with a few suggestions of fun and easy wrapping paper crafts to get you feeling inspired.

    Make Decorative Streamers

    Yunhee Kim / Via marthastewart.com

    All you need to make these beautiful streamers is a little string, some leftover wrapping paper, and voilà! Mix and match different patterns of wrapping paper to match whatever theme you’re going for. Here’s a tutorial that will walk you through the steps.

    Create Bows For The Rest Of The Year

    Via 100layercake.com

    This is one of those crafts that looks much harder than it actually is. The tutorial is actually super easy. Use all of that excess wrapping paper to make bows that can last you all year long! Friends and family will undoubtedly be flattered to receive a hand-made bow on top of their gift!

    Wrapping for Books and Journals

    Personalize your kids’ textbooks, or decorate your own journals and notebooks! You can turn boring textbooks and journals into expressions of your style. Here’s how to do it.

    Craft Paper Star Medallions

    So, we’re moving on to the slightly more intermediate section of wrapping paper crafts. But, you can do it! Once you master these paper star medallions, you can really do it all in the wrapping craft world. Follow these steps, and you’ll be do great!

    Construct Paper Cone Christmas Trees

    We realize we’re talking Christmas a little prematurely, but this wrapping craft is too fun to not talk about. Just celebrate a little Christmas in April, and, when you finish, store the Christmas trees in the attic! Another cool aspect to this craft is that it even uses the cardboard tube in the middle of the wrapping paper. Zero-waste crafts are the best. Here’s the tutorial.
    There you have it! A few ideas to get you started. What other crafts can you think of doing with your excess wrapping paper?