By now, you have seen at least a few memes and countdowns on your social media telling us how many more days, weekends, etc. until Christmas. And that means that the heat is on to buy or make all the needed presents. But even after you have the gifts, there is still more money to spend—you still need to wrap them.
It can be overwhelming how much this final step can cost. But there are a few ways you can make it more affordable. Below are a few tips for how tow rap presents affordably.
You can buy this paper in large rolls for very little money. Then, you can dress it up with doodles, stamps, string, and more. It is a great canvas for a little holiday art.
Here, you can find everything you need for—you guessed it—a dollar. Go for the biggest rolls of gift wrap and packages with lots of bows to ensure you are getting the most for your money.
If you are giving more than one item to each person, bags may be cheaper than paper. This is especially true if you purchase large bags from the dollar store. Yes, it might be more fun to open multiple packages, but the recipient will be pleased just the same.
Okay, so this one requires some cleaning, but the shiny silver interior of chip bags can look quite festive. Tie it shut with blue and silver or gold and silver ribbon, and it will look quite fancy.
This makes a present feel like a pop-art masterpiece. While we think it is a great option for anyone, kids and teens will really get a kick out of it.
Finally, to keep the price low, don’t go crazy accessorizing. Bows and ribbons aren’t needed—and they are often the most expensive part. Keep it simple and know that no one will be disappointed to receive a present, no matter how it is wrapped.