So, we may (or may not) have already started Christmas shopping. Ah, who am I kidding? I started months ago. But, it is just now becoming obvious to our children that our closets are quite as empty as they use to be. So, that means it is also time to start wrapping gifts before peeking eyes get too curious about certain bags and boxes. We actually have some wrapped gifts in our room that my daughters have found. They’ve already asked when they get to open them – try in another 35 days kid!
But, one of my favorite parts of Christmas is wrapping gifts. So today I am sharing some quick and extremely easy ideas for diy Christmas gift toppers. Having a fun diy Christmas gift topper is the perfect way to dress up some solid wrapping paper or even a gift box. And, usually the size doesn’t matter. Gift toppers are almost always one size fits all sorts of sizes of gifts!
While I love creating, I am not very good when it comes to planning the creativity. Usually just give me a mess and I will make it beautiful. Luckily for me, Michaels has some great basic holiday supplies and kits just in stock for the gift wrapping season. They had everything I needed to quickly and easily polish off these gifts. And, even though I didn’t know what I was going to do after I left the store, I love how all the products seemlessly fit together to make such adorable little gifts.
So, basically, I just went to Michaels and picked up all the favorite little crafting accessories I could find. My favorite products – the Recollections holiday products – were located on the end of the isle, right as I walked in the front door. (fyi – The mini ornaments and tinsel are not from Michaels). And, once I got home, I had so much fun arranging and rearranging all my little accessories on the gift boxes.
Now that I’ve put all three combinations together, I really can’t decide which is my favorite. And, how do these little gift boxes look as placesettings for a party? I think they make the perfect party accessory.
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