Today is the final day of the Wrap it Up series on C.R.A.F.T.! And tomorrow morning I am going to share a round up of all 11 DIY gift wrap ideas. The last idea of this series utilizes EZ Start® Printed Packaging Tape, brown paper, and plants. I happen to have a ton of Nandina in my yard and those berries make for perfect free wrapping accessories! Use what you’ve got though, any green sprig or pinecone will spruce a package right up!
I used a cute roll of EZ Start Printed Packaging Tape in peppermint to spruce up my packages. First, I crafted up some super simple gift tags. All you need is the tape, card stock, scissors, and a hole punch. No ruler necessary! And one sheet of card stock will make about 20 gift tags. Here’s how I made the Duck Tape gift tags in less than 1o minutes:
This year I bought a roll of brown builders paper, and am using things from around the house to spruce it up. I used the duck tape to monogram the front of a package with the gift recipients initial, see:
Then, I also cut the peppermints out individually and used them to decorate another little package. This package got a bell and a berry sprig too!
One roll of tape would wrap a ton of gifts! Use your creativity and see how many different packages you can craft up from one roll of EZ Start® Printed Packaging Tape! There are endless possibilities!