Poor friends and family have been relegated to back of the bus, with presents looking more like a middle school child did them that adult with more style than she shows when gifting. So imagine my glee when one of my favorite stores, Anthropologie, started offering gift wrap this season. Check out their facebook page for a fun video on ways to dress a present.
Here's a few other ideas :
Let the tag do the talkin' for you...
REALLY love this. Feels modern and fresh and you have to have a steady hand to cut the names out but the beauty is in it's simplicity. It's also a great way to use up that last little bit of paper that we all have.
With the onslaught of packing and Japanese tapes at craft stores, there's really no excuse to not dedazzle something this season. This idea from Paul Lowe is nice because it uses the cylinder shape.
Kate's Paperie has had a high bar in wrapping for years. They really are artists in their creations. I especially like this super-simple-yet-so-pretty number.
My favorite. Maybe it's because I just had my 20 year high school reunion but blowing up the yearbook and covering the box gets a laugh from the recipient before they even open the box. That's always a good start.