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sisterMAG Christmas Gift Wrapping Guide

This year we’ll show you how to wrap your presents better than the elves in Santa’s workshop. We have scoured the internet to present you with the most beautiful ideas from our favourite blogs, Pinterest and the sisterMAG archives.

Last year, we invited three generations of fabulous gift wrappers to our sisterMAG-wrapping party. To start things off, download the beautifully illustrated wrapping paper by Emma Block. Name tags, ribbons and the paper can be found in our DIY & Freebie section.

This way to our sisterMAG-wrapping party

Not feeling christmassy yet? Lucy‘s instagram feed will definitely warm your heart and make you feel like a jolly old elf in a christmas winter wonderland. Her blog Craftberry Bush is one of the best sources for gorgeous DIYs like this boxwood wreath to dress up wrapped presents or the sweetest gingerbread house gift bags.

Click here to have a look at the boxwood wreath DIY by Lucy.

Claire from Fellow Fellow presents us with this cute woodland-themed wrapping paper. Matching gift tags included.

Jump over to Fellow Fellow to download the wrapping paper and the tags.

Photographer and graphic designer Radostina is the brain behind Seventy Nine Ideas. Following her slogan ‘less is more’, Radostinas DIYs are beautifully simple, elegant and puristic.

Have a look at the inspiring blog Seventy Nine Ideas and the DIY.



Boxy presents are har to wrap so we developed a template for cute boxes back in #sisterMAG16: no matter if you want a round or pyramid box, a gift bag or basic paper box, these are the right tutorials. The exquisite red, green and gray illustrations were created by Elisabeth Weber.

Click here to get to the pastry box. The other tutorials can be found on our website in the section DIY&Freebies.

Kelli Murray uploaded these beautiful gift tags to her blog in 2013. Her older designs are just as dazzling!

Kelli’s Gift Tags.

Emma from LilyAllsorts uses simple brown wrapping paper and transforms it into the most stunning creations. Her blog has 25 inspiring ideas for gift wrapping and decorating.

Emma’s wrapping ideas for brown paper.

We Lived Happily Ever After ‘s Hannah created glorious gift tags: some in white and some with a superb chalkboard design.

Hannah’s Gift Tags.

Poppytalk had the unusual idea to use fabric instead of wrapping paper which doesnt only look stunning but is also a fabulous idea to wrap weirdly shaped presents.

Click here for the Poppytalk DIY.

Birgit from Garn & mehr uses stamps from Perlenfischer and bastisRIKE, to design unique wrapping paper. The matching ribbon is available in her online shop at Garn & mehr.

The DIY at Garn & mehr.

Amy at Homey Oh My! collected last years best ideas and inspiration. She listed 13 Links for gorgeous freebie gift tags. Now you only have to pick your favourites.

 Amy’s Gift Tag link list.

Our Pinterest-Board Design:Packaging houses even more beautiful ideas to wrap every present you’re ever going to have to wrap!