Simple home made wrapping paper


Material

  • 2-3 christmas stamps
  • 1 roll brown paper or sheets of white paper
  • Selection of coloured paint

Method

  1. Prepare your work area. I rolled out brown paper and taped it down with masking tape.
  2. Prepare paints. I squirted red and green paints into separate plastic containers with a sponge on top.
  3. Start the painting/stamping!

Notes... Lately I have used our store bought Christmas stamps, but I have also had success with potato stamps and with foam shapes stuck onto building blocks. Don't worry about perfection, lots of colour will help brighten up your presents.

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  • pandablue
    • 26 Nov 2014
      11:30 am

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  • I remember my kids making this when they were little. Pretty sure I still have tucked away somewhere

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  • Such a great thing to do :)

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  • An oldie but a goodie and the kids are being creative to boot!

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  • Wow today I learned that I can make my own homemade wrapping paper it looks very nice

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  • A great way to recycle any unwanted material and create new


    • plus it will be sentimental for the receiver

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  • Lots of fun & how lovely for Christmas.

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  • We love making wrapping paper!

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  • A very personal Christmas wrapping paper,great idea!

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  • the Grandparents will be like the babies and prefer the wrapping paper to present.

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  • I’m sure everyone will appreciate the thought that has gone into this wrapping paper. Thanks

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  • I think this wrapping paper is lovely. Gorgeous photo. Thanks

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  • This is great and so easy. We do birthday and Christmas ones. This year we are doing valentines ones with heart stamps.

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  • My sister in law is very creative and uses old magazines and junk mail to wrap her presents .

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  • I’ve always used the kids artwork as wrapping paper. I keep the best ones for myself of course

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  • What a brilliant idea, I know what I am getting my toddler to do later!

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