I LOVE this quick & easy Christmas Décor idea! Here’s my easy steps and How-To video showing How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Gift Wrap.
How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Gift Wrap
Hi, friends. I’m “wrapping up” this years Christmas crafts with this quick and easy DIY for How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Wrapping Paper.
This is one of the quickest, budget-friendly Christmas wall art projects you can do each year, using your favorite gift wrap. And, it’s a fun way to get creative with items you already have on hand.
But, if you don’t have everything you need, you can buy gift wrap, ribbons, and ornaments for pretty cheap and use the extra to wrap your actual gifts. Win!
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Watch the 3-minute video (below) to see how I wrapped my frames and my tips for doing it. Then I have 2 more easy and stylish ways to use gift wrap to decorate.
After that, I have a few pictures of our Christmas tree and mantle this year. I hope these projects and pictures spark some creative ideas for you to use in your home. 🙂
Christmas Gift Wrapped Wall Art Video
Watch this video for a step by step look at how to wrap a picture frame with gift wrap.
It’s a pretty easy Christmas décor project. This video shows the quick tips you need to get beautiful Christmas Gift Wrapped Picture Frames.
What You’ll Need to Wrap Picture Frames with Wrapping Paper
- Pretty Gift Wrap (I Love this Vintage Style Gift Wrap from Amazon)
- Hot Glue Gun (low temp for kids), Scotch Tape, & Scissors
- Christmas Twine, decorative ribbons, burlap, or other gift wrapping supplies
- A Soft Santa Ornament or other favorite ornaments
Tips for Gift Wrapping A Picture Frame
Be sure to use a thick gift wrap that won’t rip easily when wrapping it around frames.
You’ll also want to make sure that the back of your wrapping paper doesn’t have any inks or print that may ruin the art work or frame you’re wrapping.
I like to hide the folded corners on the top and bottom of the frames, since you can usually always see the sides. Pinch your fingers along all corners to make crisp lines.
If masking tape won’t stick to your picture frame, try painter’s tape. It’s a bit stickier but still easy to remove from most things.
Use a Low Temp Glue Gun and just a dot of hot glue to attach your ribbons and ornaments. That hot glue should be easy to remove after Christmas.
That’ll keep your Christmas decorations as nice as possible for use year after year.
More Pictures Of This Easy Christmas Wall Art
I’m really happy about how this Christmas gift wrapped wall art turned out.
Update: Check out the Simple DIY Coffered Ceiling I recently installed in this room. It really turns that ceiling into a beautiful feature!
2 More Ways to Decorate with Wrapping Paper
Looking for more DIY Christmas Décor Ideas, here are 2 more quick and easy examples of how I use Christmas gift wrapping paper.
The first is another quick and easy DIY Christmas Wall Art project, just replacing the art in a Frame with gift wrap.
It looks best in frames that have a Matte. Can you tell I’m loving vintage style Christmas gift wrap, right now?
The second is an update to one of those lighted glass vases you can find almost anywhere.
This vase has pretty ornaments and lights inside but you could see the battery compartment on the bottom and the top was kind of boring.
I wanted to make it match the room better and have a bit more style. So, I wrapped it 2/3rd’s up in Christmas gift wrap, then hung 2 jingle bell ornaments on the top.
Easy and cute update, right?!
Well, that’s it for How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Wrapping Paper to make cute and easy homemade Christmas decorations.
I highly recommend looking at your Christmas gift wrap and tree decorations with new eyes to see if it can be used in a different way to make your own custom Christmas decorations.
And, I didn’t spend very much to do either. Yay!
Quick Tour of Christmas in our Living Room, This Year
And, here’s a quick tour of my Christmas Tree and Christmas Mantle Decorations, this year.
I usually buy a few more ornaments each year to add to the tree. The more ornaments, the merrier right?? Well, at least that’s what I think. I also think the more lights the better. 🙂
Check out the Best Vintage Christmas Decoration Ideas for the Home to see some of my favorite vintage-style Christmas Ornaments.
Can you tell I love lots of ornaments?! I save money by just adding a few new ornaments, every year. And, of course, making some of my own DIY Christmas ornaments too. 🙂
I have a tutorial for that great DIY Christmas Tree Box Stand under our tree. It really makes the tree look so polished and cheery.
Looking for more Easy DIY Christmas Wall Art, Christmas Tree or Christmas Mantle inspiration? Here’s how I decorated our Living Room for Christmas, last year.
Merry Christmas, guys! Thanks for checking out this post for How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Wrapping Paper.
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Feeling inspired? Now that you’ve seen How to Wrap A Picture Frame with Wrapping Paper with gift wrap tutorial, you can do it too. Let me know if you have questions.
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