Pretty Packaging: DIY Pom Pom Gift Wrap

Posted on: November 13, 2012
Pretty Packaging: DIY Pom Pom Gift Wrap

DIY Pom Pom Gift Wrap Pretty Packaging: DIY Pom Pom Gift Wrap

I saw this pom pom gift wrap at anthropologie and was totally inspired! It’s so fun, so festive, and…so expensive! At $18 and just enough paper to wrap about two gifts, I decided to pass. “I can make that”, I thought. So, I headed to Michaels, purchased some white wrapping paper, colorful pom poms, and a pom pom maker and got to work! My gift wrap is a little bit bigger and bolder than the anthropologie version and would be super fun to give to someone on their birthday! Choose your own colors to make your wrap fit any occasion!

What you need:

What you need to do:

  1. Wrap your package in white wrapping paper.
  2. Tie baker’s twine around the package.
  3. Make a pom pom out of yarn to adorn the top of your package using the clover pom pom maker. Watch this video for instructions on how to use it. Tie or glue your large pom pom to the top of your package.
  4. Using your hot glue gun, glue small pom poms all over your package.

Get creative and have fun!

XO, Louisa

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  1. Yours is much cuter!! Great idea for my daughter’s friends Bday gifts.
    On another note, I love teh customizable monograms, I just cant get them to work!
    Love your blog,

    • Thanks Crystal!

  2. Love this, such a cute and creative idea!!!

  3. Well done you! I saw that Anthro gift wrap online, too…it’s amazing, but as you pointed out, not cheap. I love your can-do attitude. I never would have thought to DIY this!

    • Thanks Charissa!

  4. I love the “Are you Happy?” print in the background! I have seen that print all over the internet but never thought of printing it out and framing it, such a good idea :)

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