Holiday Gift Wrap Inspiration, Part 2

For those of you who like a bit of color and pattern in your gift wrap, this round up is for you!  These designs include hand drawn illustrations, fun spots and polka dots, geometric shapes, and floral patterns – even colorful and reusable fabric gift wrap.  Something for everyone!

Clockwise from top right: Little houses wrapping paper by placed; Furoshiki fabric wrap by Chewing the Cud; Floral gift wrap by Banquet Atelier & Workshop; Trio of gift wrap from Snow & Graham; Faux bois gift wrap via Paper Source; Polka dot gift wrap from Anthropologie.

Clockwise from top right: Mr. Boddington’s Studio via Neither Snow; Wood gift tags by Paloma’s Nest; Forma; Ink + Wit; Emily Hogarth

p.s. Broadway Paper also has an amazing gift wrap selection; both rolled and sheet papers, which you can browse online right here.

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  1. I’ve never forayed into the world of “specialty wrapping paper” but now seems as good a time as any, right?

  2. thanks for the mention Nole! I’m loving your selections especially that green and white polka dot one.

  3. Banquet Atelier & Workshop is my favorite, I like mixing prints and colors, similar but different.
    Secondly, I’m a great fan of Mr. Boddington.
    I like to go out of the box and use colors not necessarily of Christmas red and green.

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