There is often a pile of wrapping paper left after holidays. Most people throw it away. Nevertheless, I think you’ll be surprised to know that it may be reused.
The rest of wrapping paper is good for making bright covers for books and notebooks. You can cut pretty envelopes for greeting cards and tiny bows for presents.
Colorful and shining paper may be used for garlands and other decorations for different holidays.
To refresh the interior I offer to glue over bookshelves with waste ends or to create modern art hanging framed papers on the wall like pictures. In general crafts with leftover wrapping paper are unexpectedly various!
Clever Ways To Use Leftover Wrapping Paper
New Uses for Wrapping Paper Festive Tray Liners via Thoughtfully Simple. Turning plain white serving trays into festive holiday serving trays!
Mini Trees Wrappping Paper via It All Started with Paint
Wrapping Paper Book Covers via Eighteen25
Paper Bow Templates in Four Perfect for Spring Sizes via Lia Griffith. Add a pretty little bow on your packages and party decor
How to Make Drawer Liners via Making Home Base. So pretty, cheap and take less than 20 minutes to line 5 drawers!
Festive Mini Garland Idea via Brit
Make Patchwork Paper Origami Gift Boxes via We are Scout based on a traditional Japanese design!
Make Origami Bows from Magazine Pages via How About Orange
Lining Bookshelves Decorating Inside the Box via Jewels at Home
Make Pyramid Paper Pouches via Omiyage Blogs
Protect and Store Fragile Items with a Shredded Leftover Wrapping Paper via One Good Thing by Jillee
Paper Gift Bag Tutorial via Hello Sandwich
Easy DIY Wrapped Ball Ornament via Offbeat and Inspired
Paper Mobile Idea via Alisa Burke Blogspot
Love These Leftover Wrapping Paper Crafts?