- 99 cent store ornaments (or old ornaments you no longer use for your tree)
- Ribbon, yarn, or twine
- Wrapping paper (check out Paper Source for a super cute selection), or go to Home Depot's painting section and buy a large roll of "Painting Paper" (kraft paper) for about $11, and get creative!
- Scraps of fabric
- Chalk Ink pens: these are seriosouly one of my favorite craft tools, they write SO much better than regular chalk, and I use them for wrapping all the time!
- Hand-Drawn Gift Tags FREE PRINTABLE by Hey Look
I hit the 99 cent store and scored tons of super cute ornaments for a fraction of the cost. I also scored a large ball of crimson twine (that I surprisingly still have some left of) that I used as ribbon for a majority of my gifts.
I did a runner of shabby chic crown fabric around the center of some of the presents, used twine for the ribbon, and attached a FREE PRINTABLE gift tag by Hey Look.
I wrapped presents in kraft paper and used Chalk Ink to write Christmas Carols on the kraft paper. I also wrapped mini presents and numbered each one to be "The 12 Days of Christmas." And my lastly, I finished wrapping a few of the gifts with Christmas ornaments. I hope you've been inspired to add some holiday cheer to your brown paper packages, tied up with string!