One thing I love about the holidays is coming up with great gifts & wrapping them up special! Leaving gift recipients excited in anticipation of what’s in the gift ! I was excited go to Walgreens to see all the possibilities for gift wrapping. I think you’ll love their wrapping paper selections as much as I did. You can really get creative with wrapping up your holiday packages by using simple touches! Let me show you why I loved Walgreens for this seasons holiday gifting, along some pretty packing ideas that will suit your entire family down to your pets.
I enjoyed using Walgreens to personalize my gifts several reasons:
- You can take basic wrapping items customizing them for specific people or pets
- You can use the Walgreens Happy & Healthy Holiday Guide to help come up with many special gift ideas
- In the gift guide are coupons for snipping & saving
- Gift wrapping choices are amazing & there is a whole mailing section right where you need it near the holiday wrapping in the store!
- & you’ll find more choices to embellish your presents in the store’s holiday sections
I have a big family that’s getting even bigger. Wrapping up the holidays is no easy task. I love using creative touches like these mini pine cones I picked up in a bulk pack. They were actually ornaments with gold ribbon hangers I tied together & taped to the package.
I love these pre-decorated pop up boxes Walgreens carries. Just add tissue & gift then top it with a bow! This can be a last minute solution. Gift Wrapping & giving is made easier with the Healthy & Happy gift guide.
I decided to preview ideas for potential gift items for other family members & start on my holiday gift list. Online I found you can easily sign up for Walgreens Balance Rewards. I decided to sign up right then & it was so quick & easy! Just another way to save & earn rewards!
We grabbed our Walgreens Holiday Guide which is packed full of coupons for snipping & saving & headed to the store. Luckily for me my favorite Walgreens is nearby in the next town a simple scenic drive has me singing with Sammie as we head down to gather the supplies for our creative gift ideas & gift wrapping supplies. Singing carols is one of our favorite things to do to get into the spirit of giving. What’s yours?
More easy ideas are these drink wrapping solutions. Just drop in your favorite beverages. Walgreens has these Reindeer Brew carriers & wine/cocktail bags. Oh, so fun! Add sparkling cider… I also found this Duck Dynasty cup & added a gift of a Walking Dead figurine & candy, topped with tissue plus candy canes.
We are having a woodland themed Christmas.The brown paper is mail packaging. In addition to the mini pine cones I added twine & twigs, along with the Merry Christmas glitter tags. Who doesn’t love a little glittery sparkle? The Santa wrapping and deer wrapping papers were part of a buy three for $10 promotion for Walgreens Balance Rewards members.What a deal!! & I even added gold garland to dress it up a bit.
The gift wrapping is all about the details. It can be as easy as ribbon or putting together unexpected elements! I just loved the glittery mitten tags too!
For our dog’s box of goodies I used a cookie box sold in three packs & added his dog bones & tied one on top.
Now for the final touches & last minute ideas. I love using decorated containers & twine. There is always something pretty about having a few gifts laid out by Santa that aren’t fully wrapped. I do love wrapping things up as I get them but, I don’t do all my gifts in advance it’s almost impossible unless I was to start in January! lol
Remember if you’re looking for Christmas present ideas be sure to check out Walgreens Holiday Guide! I hope this helps you with ideas to wrap up your holiday packaging while making your holidays merry & bright!
- Be sure to visit Walgreens Facebook page to like them & find out more about their Jingles Cash Offer!
- You can also find them on twitter @Walgreens
Walgreens has holiday solutions for those last minute Christmas gifts & simple solutions for last minute packaging!
Do you wrap your gifts in advance? Or do you have a wrapping party? Or, wait til the last minute and wrap them all up on Christmas Eve?