14 Innovative Ways to Gift Wrap BooksYou may think that picking out the perfect Christmas present is the hardest part of the holiday season. That is, until you get out all your wrapping paper and ribbon and then remember you don't know how to wrap a gift—properly, at least. To avoid the process, some resort to Christmas gift baskets , Mason jars , or gift bags. Although these are all tried-and-true ways to make your presents look pretty, learning how to wrap a gift is easier than you actually thought. To learn how to wrap a gift like a professional, we tapped Macy's gift wrapping expert, Belle Wesel, for her knowledge. Soon, you'll be on your way to wrapping anything from small gifts for your coworkers to larger Christmas presents for your kids. Because practice makes perfect, we suggest you start learning how to wrap a gift right now.
Cute Ideas for Wrapping Books
No, no, a thousand times no! Book Riot to the rescue, making sure your presents look as cute as a boot under the Christmas tree. The Pin. This easiest-DIY-on-the planet hole punch, pages from reclaimed kids books, thread, sewing machine [though am sure you could do a looser version of this sans machine] would be the sweetest way to wrap books for kids…. For all the manic pixie dream boys and girls in your life, wrap it up with Madeline and Babar.
Even if you run out of wrapping paper or ribbon or boxes you can still make a gift look fabulous with things you have lying around the house. Because, let's face it, what's on the outside does count. Find out how here. What monster would want to cover up a box this pretty? Directions here.
Because books make the best presents., If you are a book lover, than you undoubtedly know how exciting it is to give and receive books.
If you are anything like me, the effort that goes into wrapping a present is almost equal in importance to the gift you are giving. While easy to wrap, heavy square and rectangle packages are easily identified as books and thus steal the thunder away from your beautifully wrapped present and the surprise one gets when opening. Spending years of my life gifting books, I have perfected the art of fun and adventurous wrapping. So without further ado, from easiest to most challenging, I present you with 3 creative book wrapping options for your holidays. If you are looking to stay in the traditional wrapping world but want to step it up a notch, this is the style for you. I recommend identifying something that gives an idea about the book and can be integrated into the wrapping details. For example, last Christmas I gifted a wine and cheese book set to a friend of mine.