3 Dollar Tree Gift Wrap Ideas For The Holidays

by - November 24, 2020

 I can't believe 2020 is almost over. It was a heck of a year for everyone. No matter what happened, I couldn't be happier that it was finally coming to an end. With Christmas right around the corner, I was really excited to start shopping for everyone. Especially for my son, now that he's older, looking for things he likes was so much fun. Since I have a lot of wrapping to do, I thought I would share with you guys my fav tips and tricks for wrapping gifts using items from the dollar tree. You'd be surprised by how many amazing things you can find there. One of my favorite finds was the chalkboard tags because I can reuse them every year and the baker twine. 

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  • White Kraft Paper
  • Brown Kraft Paper
  • Kraft Gift Box



1.) This gift idea is the easiest of them all. Start by wrapping a lace ribbon around the kraft box, and tie a simple bow.

2.) Add a tag to the box and some greenery.


1.) Wrap the gift like you usually would with brown kraft paper.

2.) Rip a piece of white kraft paper.

3.) Wrap the stripe around the gift, and secure the ends with tape.

4.) Wrap the box with burlap ribbon and secure the ends with tape.

5.) Next, take some twine and wrap it around the box. Then, tie the ends into a bow.

6.) To finish, top off the present with some greenery and a tag.


1.) Wrap the present with brown kraft paper.

2.) In a container, add 1 part of the black acrylic paint and another part of the water. Mix well to combine the mixture. Do the same with the white paint.

3.) Dip the brush in the paint and flick the brush onto the paper.

4.) Continue flicking the brush onto the paper until you are satisfied with the results.

5.) Once the paint dries, wrap baker twine around the gift several times, add the greenery and the chalkboard tag.

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