Home made wrapping paper handmade by your child which doubles as a creative outlet for them. A unique gift for family members or for your child’s friends.


Material

  • 1 large sheet of blank paper
  • 1 small portion of paint of your choice
  • stamps or paintbrushes

Method

  1. Cut out a large sheet of blank paper.
  2. Portion out the paint and let your child decorate as they like with stamps, paintbrushes or their fingers.
  3. Let dry, then wrap up a present.


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    • 25 Jun 2016
      4:53 pm

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  • Love this idea. Makes it really personal too so great for family members ????

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  • gorgeous idea . personalized wrapping paper for Christmas!

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  • You can get stuck with having no wrapping paper. A great idea!

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  • I recently wrapped a present for my husband with one of our toddler’s paintings. Husband loved it.

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  • Also try using different colours for a different effect!

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  • Stamps would be cool, all different shapes and colours


    • Grandparents would love seeing what their grandchildren have made

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  • I’ve done this and had it done for me. As a proud grandparents. I loved it

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  • when my son was little I used to do this, it is an amazing idea. but now that he’s older, he doesn’t paint as much.

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  • I cant wait to try this its such a good idea and so creative.

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  • I did this recently and made a stack of different ones with the kids, it is great to grab one out and use it – makes the kids feel special and the person receiving generally loves it too!

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  • We love to do this with all the art miss 5 brings home from kinder, she thinks it’s really special.

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  • I really appreciate nice or creative wrapping paper..sometimes I treasure it along with the gift. I can see myself making this in the future.

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  • I just saw this in my newsfeed and the red splotches on the white background made me think of Halloween. You could also make this a Halloween craft (maybe for older kids!) of bloody hand prints – if that’s not too much for your kids.

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  • I have done this with my with daughter for the last few years. She loves doing and it gives more of a personal touch to a present.

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  • Very personal, as special as the gift in some cases.

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