Christmas Gifts Stack them high. A set of gift boxes stacked with smallest on top and tied with a single over-sized ribbon makes a glamorous
and dramatic present.
Give Green Clear cellophane with colorful, inexpensive tissue paper and hand-crafted, simple card labels gives seasonal plants a professionally
Add Layers Layered ribbons in varying textures and widths look stylish and make a neat change from a classic bow.
More Than a Sack Dress up an inexpensive brown paper bag by customizing it with scraps of wrapping paper, ribbons, and fresh foliage.
From the Home A home-baked cake wrapped in parchment and tied with a ribbon makes a thoughtful gift.
Adornments A sheet of fine paper goes a long way when used sparingly to decorate plain gift boxes.
Flower Power A simple, store-bought, stick-on bow can be turned into a lotus flower by snipping diagonally through the loops.
Hostess Gift Daintily tied dinner candles make a pretty present. Add a hand-stamped gift tag for a personal touch.
Jarring Idea Dress up a jar of preserves or jelly with a fabric cover and a pretty spoon.
Reuse and Recycle Recycle last year's holiday cards by cutting out festive motifs and using them as gift tags.
Fashion-Forward Fashion-inspired gift-wrapping might include rose corsages, diamante buckles, Asian clasps and ribbons in silk and velvet.
Go Bold Boldly patterned wrapping paper needs little adornment. A white ribbon will give a subtle finish.
Less is More For larger gifts, this pictorial paper is ideal for wrapping and is so stunning, often it can stand alone without other trimmings.
Sweet Treats Patterned tins filled with edible treats are a delightful gift when finished with a decoration or ornament.