4 Easy Ways to Create Your Own Wrapping Paper On a Dollar Tree Budget

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Buying wrapping paper can be a hassle and not to mention expensive! You have to buy superhero print and Frozen print and traditional and so on and so on. I am here to tell you today that there is a more simpler way to wrap gifts and it won’t break the bank!

I am going to show you four fun way to decorate your own wrapping paper all by using products from Dollar Tree or with stuff from around your house. Start off with kraft paper rolls from Dollar Tree .

Gift Wrap #1

In my opinion, burlap solves all problems. Adding it to anything gives the perfect touch. I had burlap leftover, but you can find this burlap ribbon here. I cut a piece and glued it in the center of the gift. I then added some eucalyptus leaves and frosted pine on top. Feel free to add any flower or leaf to your gift, the simpler the better. Dollar Tree has a ton of options. I then tied the box with cotton twine.

Gift Wrap #2

Take some cotton twine and make a zig zag across the box so it looks like a Christmas tree. Glue each point of the zig zag. Feel free to use mini ornaments like these and add them all over. Feel free to skip the twine and use this garland instead.

Gift Wrap #3

I am using burlap once again in the center of my gift. Use a piece of fresh pine from outside or if you are unable to, you can use this. Add a piece of dried fruit and a cinnamon stick along with a jingle bell if you have it. If not you can use one from this garland. I again wrapped the gift with some cotton twine. You can usually find cinnamon sticks at Dollar Tree as well, but feel free to also use candy canes.

Gift Wrap #4

This one is super easy, you can find an assortment of cookie cutters here and wrap them with the cotton twine. Then take some white paint and splash it all over the paper. Feel free to do any design such as short brush strokes or snow flakes.

Tell me your favorite design! What would you add to yours? If you haven’t started to holiday shop yet, don’t worry! At least you’ll know they will look pretty once they are wrapped!

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16 Comments

  1. Samantha

    This is such a great idea! Love the tutorial! Going to have to try this out! Love it ✨

    • Nicole

      Glad you like them!!

  2. Brittany

    I love this idea of creating your own wrapping paper. I am a recent stay at home mom so anything that can save me dollar is super helpful!

    • Nicole

      Oh yes!! This is a huge help!!

  3. Jaimie

    I love the cookie cutter idea! Two gifts in one!

    • Nicole

      Yes!! Exactly!! Great for kids and adults!

  4. Julie Smith

    I have a roll of this paper–definitely going to put it to use!

    • Nicole

      You can do so much with it!!

  5. Kale @ steakandkale.com

    I have ALWAYS wanted to do this! I know my kids would have a blast as well.
    Thanks for the tips and REMINDING me how adorable it is. 🙂

    • Nicole

      Aw you’re welcome! This it totally kid friendly!

  6. Trish

    I actually love the look of these presents! So much cheaper too!

    • Nicole

      Thank you!

  7. Erin

    I totally prefer this to the loud and bright papers! Classic and traditional all the way!

    • Nicole

      Me too!

  8. Cendu

    Love this so so much! They look so beautiful plus they’re inexpensive and unlike regular wrapping paper, this can be recycled! Much better option if you ask me. The clean, simple, rustic look is just perfect. Definitely have to try this out!

    • Nicole

      I totally agree with you! Love this look so much

Welcome!

My name is Nicole and I am a full time working mom to my toddler Franco. I love creating and sharing ideas. You can find me rummaging at estate sales, binge-watching The Golden Girls while chugging Diet Coke, listening to old school hip hop, supporting small businesses and being an advocate for maternal mental health.