Holiday wrapping paper printables


Contributor Monica Lynch designed these adorable holiday wrapping papers and coordinating gift cards just in time for some Christmas goodies! I love the non-traditional direction she took with it: hot cocoa and peppermint pattern, smores with mallows and graham crackers (topped with origami mallows on a stick, of course!), and painted ribbons. They’re all available to download for free. All you have to do is print them off! And if you’re feeling extra festive here’s a fun class on the proper way to wrap gifts (because you never realize that there is proper technique until you’re in the thick of it!).ribbon-wrapping-paperfree-printable-wrapping-paper-for-christmas-12

Retrieve the files below! And find out how to make the origami marshmallows.

The printable wrapping paper comes 12×18″ and works best for smaller boxes. We recommend printing them off on normal office paper (so it’s light and easy to fold). For the cards, we recommend printing them off on heavier cardstock. Follow the bend and cut lines to fold the cards together.

Print off all the wrappings and cards here OR
Print off the smores wrapping paper and coordinating card

Print off the hot cocoa wrapping paper and coordinating card

Print off the painted ribbons wrapping paper and coordinating card

Print off the origami marshmallow paper and use this tutorial to create the origami marshmallows.


Project by Monica Lynch |  Photos by Brittany Jepsen 


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