Paper is one of the most exciting and versatile craft supplies that you can get your hands on to enjoy a wave of getting crafty! You must have a closet of leftover wrapping paper lying around somewhere in your craft supplies corner! We have rounded up these best 20 things to do with wrapping paper. Once you explore through these wrapping paper crafts, you will realize there are so many great ideas that you can put to life by using the leftover wrapping paper in your closets!
Most of the time, we buy an extra while buying wrapping paper for wrapping up the gifts. But, almost every time, we end up with some excessive wrapping paper in our hands. If you are a DIYer, you must have a closet or box full of these scrap pieces. Now, is the time to put them into a unique and creative use!
Did you know that with the leftover wrapping paper, you can actually give quite a lovely makeover to your books? Or how about adding some confetti for a mini celebration at home? Or you can also add up to your decor with huge wrapping paper star medallions! Redo your cabinet by using some vibrant and funky lining of leftover wrapping paper.
What more things to do with paper? You can even make cute and exciting festive garlands or wall art solely with leftover wrapping paper! It is literally just so much you can enjoy making using a few scraps of leftover wrapping paper to spruce up your home decor or add to your party decor!
1. DIY Wrapping Paper Book Covers
Learn How to make wrapping paper book covers easily and economically at home with this DIY Wrapping Paper Book Covers. Use any leftover wrapping paper, and Cut it around the book, adjust the size of the book on the wrapping paper in a way that it covers the outer body of the book with elegance. gatheringbeauty
2. Pretty DIY Wrapping Paper Flower Bouquet
Recycle your leftover wrapping paper to make the cutest crafts. Add more beauty to the flowers by turning them into a flower bouquet with this Pretty DIY Wrapping Paper Flower Bouquet. Place the wrapping sheet diagonally face down to the surface, put flowers onto it, and enfold the wrapping sheet in a way that a point is on the top. clubcrafted
3. DIY Wrapping Paper Star Medallions
Create New Year’s eve. Decoration with the leftover wrapping papers of the Christmas presents. Embellish your unornamented walls using DIY Wrapping Paper Star Medallions. Cut two strips of paper to 3×12”, fold paper accordion-style to ½ inch pleats and at last overlap fold and glue them together. elli com
4. Awesome DIY Bow from Wrapping Paper
Have you ever had a strip of wrapping paper leftover after you’ve wrapped a gift? Well, next time, when you wrap a gift, save the leftover strips and make this awesome DIY Bow from Wrapping Paper. Start by folding the paper twice, cut the paper vertically, and curl the strips to any shape of your choice. thenerdswife
5. Leftover Wrapping Paper Covered Boxes
Use your shoebox or other idle boxes for some reasonable purpose by covering its body with Leftover Wrapping Paper Covered Boxes. Cut the paper covering to size, attach the sides with any glue, then wrap the lid of the box with the same wrapping paper. Now use it for any purpose. clubcrafted
6. Confetti Using Leftover Wrapping Paper
Don’t waste your money on expensive party poppers or part confetti when you can make some easily at home with just the leftover of the wrapping paper. This Confetti Using Leftover Wrapping paper allows you to make as many part confetti as you want. Take a leftover piece of paper and fold it to itself or shred it into any shape to make perfect confetti. onegoodthing
7. DIY Gift Wrap Lined Cabinet
Make your cabinets base glorious. Also, augment its grace using this DIY Gift Wrap Lined Cabinet with the leftover wrapping paper you’ve at your home. Cut the wrapping paper to your cabinet’s base size and affix it using any strong epoxy so that the paper won’t come out. inmyownstyle
8. Make Wrapping Paper Placemats
Save your money by investing some of your time in these easy peasy crafts. Make Wrapping Paper Placements with the leftover and rescue your Dinning table’s sheet with this catchy placement for food gravy! By merely cutting the wrapping paper to your desired placement length and width size and cover the cardboard with it. oleanderandpalm
9. Easy DIY Wrapping Paper Bunting
Celebrate your friend’s birthday by surprising them with this Easy DIY Wrapping Paper Bunting. Trim the wrapping paper into the triangular shape but slightly bigger so that it can be wrapped around the cardboard easily, secure the paper folds with the scotch tape. Now paste the alphabets to the triangle and hang them on the wall. centsationalstyle
10. Leftover Wrapping Paper Festive Garland
Don’t throw away your leftover wrapping paper. Instead, use it to make Festive Garland with the Leftover Wrapping Paper. To make this Craft, you need to have any designed wrapping paper, cardboard, Scissor, a bonded thread or wire, staplers to staple the paper to thread. brit co
11. Pencil Holder Using Cup and Wrapping Paper
Add colors to the working table of your children by making them this Pencil Holder Using Cup and Wrapping Paper. For this Craft, you need to have a cup, a leftover wrapping paper, and a glue to affix the paper to the cup. And there you go with a perfect pencil holder cup. wineandglue
12. DIY Wrapping Paper Wall Art
Here is a project idea to turn your leftover wrapping paper to sophisticated wall art. With this DIY Wrapping Paper Wall Art, you can adorn your unadorned plain walls. Take cardboard of any size, cut the wrapping paper into some shapes, and affix it to the cardboard. Now secure it by framing the art and hang it to the wall. ohjoy
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13. Make Gift Bags from Wrapping Paper
Gift-giving is such a thoughtful and heart-warming tradition that shows affection in any relation. It shouldn’t feel complicated or burdened if you learn to Make Gift Bags from Wrapping Paper. All you need is scissors, Wrapping Paper, and tape. Isn’t it economical? justonemomtrying
14. DIY Wrapping Paper Baskets
Reuse your pieces of the basket by embellishing them with the leftover wrapping papers. These DIY Wrapping Paper Baskets are perfect to use for cookies, candies or fruits, etc. You need material like wrapping paper, stapler, scissor, binding clips, double-sided tape or glue, and ruler. aredember
15. Make Your Own Paper Patchwork Art
Make your own Paper Patchwork Art with the leftover wrapping papers. This patchwork is easy and budget-friendly to do that. Cut the wrapping paper into three inches squares! Now cut the squares into half diagonally to make triangles, now lay them to the cardboard by patching the triangles into any style of your choice. we are scout
16. How to Make Wrapping Paper Tassels
Learn How to Make Wrapping Paper Tassels easily. Fold a piece of wrapping paper in half and in half the other way. Cut strips toward the fold to create fringes leaving about one inch uncut at the fold line. whitehousecrafts
17. DIY Gift Bag Out of Wrapping Paper
Make this DIY Gift Bag out of Wrapping Paper by using wrapping paper, tape, scissors, hole puncher, and Ribbon. Fold the wrapping paper in half, seal with tape and fold the bottom end up. Now open the bottom, so the inside of the paper revealed. Fold left and right edges and tape them. gifts
18. DIY Gift Bag from Wrapping Paper
Check out this easy formula to make any size bag with this DIY Gift Bag from Wrapping Paper. Take a wrapping paper and cut it by keeping in mind the size of our gift. Now, folds it bottom ends up with the tape in a manner that it can easily hold the weight of the gift. themakeyourownzone
19. Bow Out of Leftover Wrapping Paper
Are you saving the strips of the wrapping papers after wrapping the gifts, in view of crafting something new out of it? Here another idea of making a Bow out of Leftover Wrapping Paper? Cut 2” strips and curl them out. Now place the curled pieces in a messy piled style to give it a look of bow. frugalfamily
20. Easy to Make Make Wrapping Paper Bows
Save your cash by doing this Easy to Make Wrapping Paper Bows. Even the beginners can make these easy peasy paper bows. Cut the strips of the wrapping paper, approx. 2”. And make loops out of them, now join them together with glue and affix it to your gift. liagriffith
Are you all set to save money using these exciting DIY wrapping paper ideas? For home decor or party decor? Plus, did you know you can also make quite the perfect and dreamy bows using the wrapping paper?! Happy gift wrapping, folks. It holds endless fun opportunities later on too!