3 Unique Gift Wrapping Tips That Won't Break The Bank

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Happy Monday loves! Christmas is only a few days away and if you haven't yet wrapped all of your gifts, then I have a few inexpensive gift-wrapping ideas for you.

One of my Christmas traditions is to host my cousins for brunch to wrap gifts. It is such a great way to bond and exchange laughs capturing the spirit of the holidays. I usually bake a peach cobbler (which is super delicious), a yummy quiche a serve seasonal drinks such as Coca-Cola and Gold Peak. I picked my drinks up at my local Pavilions in the soda aisle. You can save when you buy 4 participating Coca-Cola products and enjoy $20 off at Shutterfly.com. Offer will be executed via Catalina print-out at register with unique pin code to redeem online here
 I love the holiday packaging of my favorite holiday drinks and the same exceptional taste. Anything that encourages the spirit of Christmas you can count me in.
Here's How I save a few big bucks on gift wrapping:
1. Use old holiday colored theme grocery bags- I tend to save green, red, gold or a mixture of these colors grocery bags. It's such an easy and great way to reuse those bags that you likely paid 10 cents for. It also adds a nice personal touch. 
2. Use Rosin Paper- brown rosin paper is such a good option and it is not only for painting. You can also use grease paper or any solid art paper. 
2. Twine (tying twine on any decor gives it a lovely touch)- I love using twines a way to finish off my decor. I use it all year round and it does a great job at adding a cute rustic touch. 
Don't forget to enjoy the Shutterfly deal when you buy 4 or more Coca-Cola products up to 12/28. 
Happy Holidays Darlings
Share with me and other readers some of your inexpensive holiday wrapping ideas. 


  1. I love the idea of having people over for a wrapping brunch! What a great way to turn a to-do project into a celebration! ~ Client

  2. A wrapping brunch? That sounds SO EPIC! I need to try this next year!

  3. This post is so cute and you are totally in the Christmas spirit.Wonderful photos too.


  4. Those are such great ideas to save on wrapping! I need to try that! Thanks for sharing Keyma!

  5. OMG girl you're so creative!!!
    Loving these ideas! Thanks for sharing!
    Happy Holidays!

  6. What a great post. Love these gift wrapping ideas!

  7. I use to love these types of commercials, well done!

  8. Excellent decor ideas! Thank you for the recommendation! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

  9. I love your thrifty approach to wrapping! They look swell :)


  10. Oh my goodness!!! Love all of these ideas so much !!

  11. OMG As someone who loves wrapping presents, I am obsessed with this post! This is so great dear :) Hope you had a Merry Christmas!


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