DIY,Lifestyle

Eco-Friendly Gift Wrapping

Ditch the traditional wrapping paper this year - we've got something better (and more sustainable). 😍 Most wrapping paper isn't actually recyclable and millions of pounds end up in landfills. 👎 So as cute as some wrapping paper can be, you can use these alternatives that are creative and in our opinion - even cuter!

Furoshiki Wrapping

This style of wrapping comes from the Japanese culture and it's so unique! Head to a fabric store and score some fabric scraps to wrap your gifts. All you do is wrap the fabric around and tie a knot! 🤗

Watercolor Paper

Since most wrapping paper isn't recyclable, the next best thing is finding paper that you can recycle! Buy a roll of white paper and get creative with some watercolors to make it festive! 🎨 You can even go the extra mile and snag some recycled paper to use. ♻️

Get Unconventional 

Grab whatever you have in your craft closet like twine or yarn to add a bow for a finishing touch! 🧶 Then get some fresh air outside and forage some greenery or pine cones to tie them in!🌿

Now that you know how you're wrapping your gifts, it's time to find what gifts you'll be wrapping! 

Check out our Holiday Gift Guide we curated with our personal faves and best sellers!

Comment below with your fave gift wrapping ideas!🎁

Models: Kaley Wade, Lindsay Seargeant
Photos: Shaye Babb
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