DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make

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As I have already stated I have been way behind on getting gifts ready for my kid’s class parties coming up very, very soon!  I could put off wrapping books no more.  Again I was stuck not having anything to wrap the books with but brown paper.  I loved our DIY Wrapping Paper from last year but also wanted to try something new.  I decided to go with the classic fingerprint reindeer since we had yet to make a reindeer craft this holiday season.  I just love how easy this paper is to make and it turned out so cute.  Perfect for kids gifts.
 
DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT
 

 DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make

DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT

What we used:

brown paper, paints, and sharpies.

DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT

What to do:

I got out he paint and paper towels.  My toddler came over to help out by adding fingerprints to the paper.  Once him and his older brother got through adding prints to the paper we left it to dry.

DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT


I went back after dry and added nose, eyes, and antlers.  Now I could wrap gifts for the class parties!  

Even though this is not perfect wrapping paper, I just love all the out of place fingerprints.  It gives it a lot of character just like my kids.  I also like that they got to help make the paper for the gifts they had to give out.

DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT

Now we had cute and easy DIY Wrapping Paper.  This kid activity was perfect to help me out.

DIY Wrapping Paper the Kids Can Make by FSPDT
 
Maybe you and the kids can enjoy this paper too.
 
 
 
More gift wrap ideas
 

DIY Christmas gift bags

DIY Christmas gift bags kids can make by FSPDT
 
 
   

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