Fun DIY Projects for Leftover Gift Wrap
I had to test out a few fun ideas for using the new gift wrap sheets in our shop!
This cute little hexagon from Target (only $6.99!) can be used in so many different ways - hanging on the walls, displayed on a tabletop or even as a little tray to collect mail in your entryway. Spruce it up a bit with a little bit of colorful gift wrap cut to size!
I have at least three of these amazing trays from West Elm and have them in heavy rotation for serving at a BBQ or corralling decor, bar items, perfume bottles, and pretty much anything that needs corralling. Lining it with some leftover gift wrap definitely adds to the festivity!
Garland or Bunting
I used a large circle hole punch to create a cute little bunting out of a few thin strips of wrapping paper leftover from gifts! I can even see these as little triangles like a flag bunting, which would be so cute. Drape on a mirror, window, or tree for a sweet, handmade touch.
It's a super simple DIY, you'll just need a hole puncher (any shape will do!), some double stick tape, a scissors and some colorful string.