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9 DIY Gift Wrap Ideas Kids Can Help You Make
Your little elves can learn the lesson that giving is more fun than receiving by using these nine DIY gift wrap ideas for kids that are almost as fun to make as unwrapping gifts on Christmas morning...almost.
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Groovy Gift Wrap
Get groovy with your little gal or guy and design some way-out tie-dye wrapping paper. You'll need tissue paper, rubber bands and food coloring, and before you can say, "outta sight," your project is ready to wow!
Rudolph the Red Nosed Gift Bag
Then one foggy Christmas Eve...you and your crafty cutie repurposed a brown paper lunch bag into an adorable reindeer gift bag! Complete with a red nose and antlers, this presentation is so merry, who cares what's inside!
If we told you a lint roller could help you and your children create easy and unique holiday wrapping paper, would you believe us? Well those who believe, receive...this great idea! You'll also need craft foam, ink, and a few other supplies, and you're well on your way to wowing everyone this season.
If You Build It
If you're feeling really ambitious this year, try making a gift box out of Legos. Yes, seriously. This project is sure to delight the block buffs in your house, and as an added bonus, it will make use of your impossible-to-contain Lego collection!
The Ultimate Upcycle
Using empty cereal boxes, you and your eco-conscious cutie can make one-of-a-kind gift bags for your favorite crunchy friend or relative. Plus, it's the perfect excuse to buy and eat more cereal!