DIY Custom Wrapping Paper & DIY Stamps

In this week’s video tutorial, we’re making diy custom wrapping using a stamp you can create yourself!

This is a great way to make your gift wrapping more personal and special this christmas! It also works great for other occasions such as birthdays, weddings, Valentine’s Day or any other gift-giving occasion.

Difficulty: Easy

Time needed: ~1 hour (for both stamp making and time letting the paper dry)


  • Craft foam that comes in sheets, I used the extra thick 1/4″ kind from Michaels, but the thinner kind should also work
  • X-Acto knife or scissors to cut the foam
  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Hot glue or other adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Piece of wood to attach the stamp to
  • Acrylic paint
  • Solid colored paper that can be used for wrapping


If you have any questions, feel free to comment below 🙂

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Mini Paper Christmas Stockings


In this video tutorial, learn how to make mini christmas stockings out of paper!



These can hold a gift card or other small gifts. If you are giving someone a gift card, this is a fun way to make it a bit more special.

Difficulty: Easy

Time needed: ~30 minutes


Click here to view and print the patterns:

Mini Stocking Pattern



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DIY Gift Bows Using Recycled Wrapping Paper!


Hi everyone! In this video tutorial, learn to make some DIY gift bows! These are a great way to recycle used wrapping paper.



We’ll go over three styles of bows in this video: a traditional bow, a flower bow, and a cute bow. These can be sized up or down, and are great for any gift giving occasion!

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Interlocking Christmas Tree Paper Gift Box Tutorial

Christmas Tree Gift Box

In this week’s video tutorial, we’re creating a paper interlocking christmas tree gift box!


I’ve been seeing cool gift boxes with interlocking closures on Pinterest, and I came up the idea to make one with a Christmas tree!

Difficulty: Easy (but it takes a little practice to easily open and close the box)

Time needed: ~20 minutes


  • Card stock or other paper with some thickness to it (you can make this with thinner paper, it just works much better with thicker paper)
  • Some sort of scoring tool, I use this one
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Hot glue (I always prefer hot glue for these kind of things because it holds strong and fast, but feel free to try other types of glue)


Click here to view and print the patterns:

Christmas Tree Box 1/2

Christmas Tree Box 2/2


Have a cutting machine, such as a Cricut? SVG file for this project now available for purchase here!


Merry Christmas!

Let me know if you have questions 🙂


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