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Cute Ideas For Wrapping Books…THE SEQUEL

The Godfather and Back to the Future have sequels, of COURSE Cute Ideas For Wrapping Books was going to come back with a recommending vengeance! Let’s get things started right with…

BAD-ASS SANTA

Are you really sad that you’ve never wrapped any of your presents like Santa Claus before? Yeah, you don’t have to be sad about that anymore now. Instructions here.

BOW TIE PASTA WRAPPING

This would be really cute for wrapping cookbooks. This would also be really cute for wrapping BASICALLY ANYTHING.

 

HOLE PUNCH WRAPPING

wrap-green-gift_300Just the whimsical-est! And if you put your presents on a blanket and spread the hole punches around the presents? Or if you double-wrap your gifts and you hole-punched the top layer of paper? You will be a winner, winner chicken dinner!

GRIDLOCK WRAPPING

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This is just fun. And if you live in a gridlock city like Los Angeles and made the top of this present the 405 during rush hour… you would be more hilarious than most professional comedians. Instructions here.

TIE IT TOGETHER (LITERALLY, BECAUSE IT’S A TIE)


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For your dad’s books? For your hubbie’s books? FOR ALL THE MEN IN YOUR LIFE’S BOOKS?

INITIAL IT!

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Can you just imagine everybody’s stack of books under the tree with their initial tied to the ribbon? I can, and it gives me the WARMEST AND FUZZIEST STOMACH FEELINGS.

 

CINDERELLA DRESSED IN YELLA WENT UPSTAIRS TO KISS A FELLA

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Who doesn’t love wrapping you can play with after? And if you include a thing of bubble wrap you can jump rope on? You are going to have the most fun post-present-opening time in Christmas history.

 

ARE YOU THE MOST INSECURE ABOUT YOUR WRAPPING SKILLS?

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Put those books in a bag, homeslice!

But not just any ordinary bag!

A bag with a recycled Christmas card as a tag! Instructions here

 

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Or Rudolph nose bags!

 

Or cutest ribbons and buttons and sprigs of things!

 

Like you could go wrong with candy canes and red ribbons!

 

Making a bag out of newspaper and fastening the top with a doily is actually probably harder than wrapping with paper. Harder but SO MUCH AMAZING-ER. Here are the instructions. I think they’re in Vietnamese. Good luck!

How are you wrapping your books this Christmas season?