New Hanukkah Wrapping Paper by Wrappily
This year, the Festival of Lights begins Dec. 16 — don't worry, we have you covered! We're starry-eyed over our new reversible Hanukkah patterns and think you will be, too. With eight days of gifting ahead (aren't you glad this paper is eco-friendly and all 100% recyclable and compostable?), here's a few gift wrapping ideas to spark your inspiration. Someone pass the sufganiyot, and let's have a look:
1. Add some shimmer:
Somehow, Hanukkah just calls for a little sparkle—it is the Festival of Lights, after all. Pour on the shine by adding layers of different metallic ribbon.
2. Contrast your patterns:
Don't throw out your cut-offs, use them! Odd sized scraps can be repurposed into a decorative band as shown above. Pair with a contrasting pattern, then elevate the look by layering with ribbon.
3. Add a gift topper:
Use the wrapping paper to create a show-stopping gift topper. Cut out three stars and layer together. Secure with a small staple or run through a sewing machine loaded with metallic thread, as we did above. Fan out the stars to create dimension and tie or stick on. Stunning!
Here's an even easier paper gift topper, a paper bow. It looks great and comes together in a cinch using this easy tutorial.
We hope you love these wrapping looks as much as we do. Here's a closer look at our new Hanukkah Textiles reversible wrapping paper sheet. Click through to purchase, and be ready to wrap! Free shipping on orders over $25.
Pairs great with...
The delicate black and white polka dot on our Seadragons/ Dots reversible wrapping paper.