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Holiday shopping is here, and that means we will soon need to think about how to wrap all of those presents!
My twins are four this season, which is when all of the fun begins. They are really starting to understand the holidays and what they mean. They also understand that at some point in all of this, there will be presents involved!
While is it fun to see my children get excited over their Christmas lists, I also enjoy sharing with them the spirit of giving and the joy of selecting, wrapping, and giving to loved ones.
On a recent trip to Walmart, I stocked up on my holiday gift giving supplies with Scotch® gift wrapping supplies in the holiday section. It’s a great time to save on holiday essentials with 50% bonus and a Rollback at Walmart.
This DIY gift wrap is the perfect way to get children involved with the spirit of giving, so let’s get wrapping!
Here’s What You’ll Need to make this Kids’ Artwork Custom Gift Wrap:
- Scotch® Magic™ Tape 3 Pack Caddie
- Scotch® Multi-Purpose Scissor 8”
- roll of white craft paper
- assorted holiday rubber stamps and ink pad
- colored pencils
Custom Gift Wrap Instructions:
1 – Roll out your craft paper on a flat surface and secure the edges with Scotch® Magic™ Tape.
2 – Gather your assorted rubber stamps and a black ink pad. Stamp various shapes and holiday figures onto the craft paper. I recommend using rubber stamps that have plenty of white space, meaning there is something for your child to color in.
3 – Set out colored pencils, and let your imagination run wild!
4 – Wrap your presents! If you are using white craft paper, like I did, I strongly recommend double-layering your paper. The paper is pretty see-through, and you don’t want to ruin the surprise of the gift! Either double-layer the paper OR pre-wrap the gifts with plain white paper followed by your custom decorative paper.
This holiday season, Scotch® Brand is teaming up with The Fisher House and Wrap for Warriors.
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