{15 ways to accent simple gift wrap} with chalkboard blue

 Hi!  It's Michelle again from Chalkboardblue.  I'm excited to be sharing some ideas with Simple Kierste readers!
Today I wanted to share with you some fun and different ways you can accent simple gift wrap this Holiday Season!
When I set out to do this post, I challenged myself to use items that I would find around my house that would be fun accents to a gift.  I did buy some things, but for the most part I was able to stick to my plan.  I like to think a little outside the box when I do things. Accent items in a different way.  So here are some ideas of what I came up with...

Embroidery Hoop and Pennants...

I like Kraft wrapping, you can do so many different things with it... A little bit of burlap and Ribbon cut into triangles.

Berry Picks made into a wreath.  I made this little wreath, but candle stick wreaths would work too! Joy cut out of Vinyl and placed on a card envelope.
This features a Wood Buttons ornament.  I cut NOEL out of vinyl and placed on a small sack to accent.
is always fun!  Vinyl cut into chevron stripes and placed on the package.  Christmas Subway art printed onto a tag.  A vinyl 25 cut and placed on an envelope.  Nylon cord to pull it all together...
 To Give a Rustic Feel... A piece of Barn wood, a Card Catalog File Card with Merry Christmas printed on it.  The card is actually nailed to the piece of Barn wood.  Accented with some Mistletoe berries...
I really liked this one, I felt it was just so different and fun! You could hand write the recipients name on the card...
Merry Christmas in Vinyl placed right on the package...
For a more Whimsy feel, a small sack with some washi tape.  I found some tape with numbers.  I circled the 25 to represent Christmas. Taped a striped straw to the top and added a fun pennant.

 

A log slice with Peace cut out of vinyl and placed on it.  Some pine cones and small bough.

 

 

Some Music Notes wrapped with Twine. A Doilie  pinned to the twine with a clothespin and a Joy pennant to accent...


A simple wreath ornament placed on a package with the word NOEL cut in vinyl and placed...

 

I think this one is one of my favorites.  A card label holder with Merry Christmas printed inside, placed on a piece of thin wood that is painted like barn wood. It is layered on burlap that is wrapped around book paper wrapping. 

 



Some bottle brush trees on top of a log slice with Micro flakes sprinkled and glued down to it.

 



 Washi tape and a Twenty Five pennant...

 


I made this peppermint out of wood.  It is a fun accent to a gift. The word cheer is cut out of vinyl and placed on the brown sack for accent.

 



 If you would like to see more of how I made the peppermint and how I used it in other types of Christmas decor, you can see that here

 

 

I just finished building a Pottery Barn inspired Advent Calendar where I use a Peppermint as a countdown Marker, you can see that here

 

 

Happy Holidays!  If you would like to see more ideas from Chalkboardblue, you can visit my blog!



Thanks for reading. Season's Greetings and...
With Much Love & Gratitude,
Simply Kierste
Kierste is a blogger who shares her love of all things DIY. She is the mother of six, and most of her posts revolve around making her home a beautiful, organized, and fun place to be. When she's not chasing around two sets of twins, a teenager, and a baby, she's working on a project, training for her next race, reading one of her favorite books, or baking something with chocolate in it.
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  1. Every single one of these ideas is awesome! Love them all!

  2. I LOVE the hoop! I want to make some right this second!

  3. Fantastic ideas!

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