And so again I find myself wrapping up household items and photographing them… And then feeling briefly excited when I unwrap them until I remember that it’s just a box of tea bags I wrapped up 5 minutes ago. All in the name of testing out the best free printable gift wrap I can find on the internet. I know I could just grab pictures from the websites, but I think it’s my duty to test them out and show if you if they really do look as good in real life.
So for all you last minute panic-wrappers with a printer, here’s the best of the best for printable Christmas wrap:
Illustrated holly and acorns from Fellow Fellow. So gorgeous and black and white printer friendly. There’s also some matching gift tags on there for downloading too. I’ve used some classic brown twine and I think it works perfectly.
Colour in your own wrapping paper with this one from Say Yes. Eagle eyes readers may have noticed that I coloured slightly out of the lines… I just wanted to point out that this is definitely because I wanted to recreate how it would look if a child were colouring it in, and absolutely not because I was in a rush as I was losing light to take photos in…
Next, this classy Let It Snow set from Mr Printables. Not too explicitly Christmassy, I really like this one. There’s also an even darker grey that you can download too. I used white curling ribbon and some little kraft tags.
And last but not least, this cross stitch deer is from Minieco, which is my go-to site for printable wrap. Again, I’ve used bakers twine and a lovely tag from Moglea Studios.
I hope this helps! Merry Christmas!