Quick and Charming Christmas Gift Wrapping Tips

Make yourself a wrapping station that’s part of tour home decor. I love to keep my trimmings, paper and ribbons on display on my cabinet shelf. That way you can wrap little bits here and there rather than all on one day. Using greenery stems can add a lovely natural element. I love to add ornaments and dried oranges to top off gifts as well. Oh and another tip I forgot to mention above, use left over wrapping pieces to make paper chains to decorate with!

Find these quick and charming Christmas gift wrapping tips by home decorator Calley Rodman of Raising Rodmans.

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Make yourself a wrapping station that blends in with your home decor.

I love to keep my trimmings, paper and ribbons on display on my cabinet shelf. That way I can wrap little bits here and there rather than all on one day.

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Find gorgeous wrapping paper and Maileg ornaments at Little French Heart’s Christmas Decor section.

Using greenery stems such as dried sage can add a lovely natural element.

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To make gifts look special add Maileg ornaments or dried oranges.

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Use left over wrapping pieces to make paper chains to decorate with!

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And mostly, enjoy the special time of giving to your loved ones and friends.

With thanks to Calley Rodman. Follow Calley on Instagram for her beautiful tips on decorating and country life with her family at Raising Rodman’s.

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