How to wrap beautiful Christmas presents

How to wrap beautiful Christmas presents

Charity wrapping

This sleepy critter paper is sure to melt even the Scrooge-iest of hearts! Plus every purchase supports vets and veterinary nurses providing free treatments to poorly animals. £3.99 for six sheets.

It's no accident that this paper is fabulously fashionable - it's been created by top designer Holly Fulton.All profits will go to the Red Cross. £3 for a pack of six sheets (including two of each design)

This beautiful Nordic design supports Marie Curie and is from WHSmith where they also have numerous other charitable wrapping paper rolls. £4.89 for two rolls in different but similar styles.

A quirky choice

There'll be no doubt who each gift is for and from when you use this unusual chalkboard wrapping paper. The set comes with paper, pen and twine. £7.50 from Talking Tables.


Top tape

This tree tape will make the plainest presents look instantly festive. £7.50 from the Royal Academy of Arts Shop.

Easy, speedy wrapping will be child's play with this handy Scotch tape dispenser. Just pull pre-cut tape from the back of your hand. £2.95 from 3M Direct.



This festive tape dispenser means you can theme your presents, while still easily identifying whose is whose! Pack of four for £3.99 from Dotcomgiftshop.


Festive extras


This vintage-style stickers add a touch of retro class. £8 from the Royal Academy of Arts Shop.

Using string or twine instead of tape makes it easy to reuse wrapping paper next year - and this one is so pretty. Spearmint and gold twine £2.95 from the Makery.


Make your own elegant tags with this fun and simple kit. £5.75 from tigercubstat on ebay.

Alternatively, splash out on this glitzy set for tags like these. £19 from Stampin' Up.