Hi there, lovelies! Now that Christmas is around the corner, I thought it would be a great idea to talk about being more sustainable this time of the year. Do you usually think about all the waste the holidays produce? Let’s help the environment with these eco-friendly Christmas gift wrapping ideas.
The best part of eco-friendly gift wraps? You spend less money!
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Everyone gets a little crazy over the holidays (and it’s okay), but that doesn’t mean we have to forget about the environment. Wrapping your gifts shouldn’t be that important. There are tons of beautiful wrapping papers, but are they really necessary?There are tons of beautiful wrapping papers, but are they really necessary? Click To Tweet
Maybe here and there they are required, but we shouldn’t care as much as we do. The important thing is in the inside anyway. Besides, we can create beautiful wrappings with things we already have at home.
With these eco-friendly Christmas gift wrapping ideas we are being more conscious and creative. It can be so much fun!
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1. Reuse Old Gift Wrapping
This is one of the easiest eco-friendly gift wrap ideas. It’s what we usually do in my family. Every Christmas, birthdays, etc; we make sure to open the presents as careful as we can. That way we can reuse the wrapping paper on a different occasion.
Not only you are being more sustainable, you are saving money as well!
2. Use Newspaper/Magazines To Wrap Gifts
Now, you might think that wrapping presents with the newspaper is not cute, but does it really matter? Besides, you don’t have to leave it just like that. The fun part with this wrapping idea, is that you get to be creative. Obviously, that is not necessary, the important part is that the gift is wrapped and it’s still a surprise.
If you want to add color to the wrapping, you can use wool (for pompoms), constructions paper, confetti, draw something on it, glitter, use stencils, add images, etc. It’s up to you what you want to create. Also, don’t forget about Pinterest, they have millions of ideas for you!
3. Reusable Bags
My grandma is a genius and made many of these fabric bags with drawstrings for my sister and I. Even though I haven’t used them for presents yet, I’ll deftly start this year and create my own. You can follow this tutorial to make your own eco-friendly Christmas gift bag.
Do you already use any of these methods to wrap up your Christmas presets? If you do, let me know in the comments! Also, if you do something else, I would love to know as well.