I’m not really a Christmas person.
I’ve always felt a strong preference for the cold and the white.
But with the arrival of the new year comes a new Christmas season and I’ve started to really like the idea of making a customised gift for myself.
And if you’re one of the few people who doesn’t like the look of the traditional gifts, this DIY project will really take your fancy.
It’s simple and very festive, and it’s a perfect Christmas present.
So how does it work?
First, make your own DIY Christmas gift.
You don’t have to go crazy and create your own presents, but I found the following recipe to be a great starting point.
Simply combine all the ingredients for your homemade Christmas present, then fold the paper around the top and bottom edges to create the perfect shape.
Then, fold the edges to form a square, then roll the paper in your favourite icing sugar.
I’ve also found that I really like to decorate the sides of my Christmas presents with a light blue ribbon.
Once the Christmas presents have been made, it’s just a matter of making the wrapping paper, and then cutting it into smaller pieces for wrapping.
The wrapping paper is then left to dry overnight, so you can use it as decoration on the inside of your Christmas gifts.
Here’s a video tutorial on how to make your Christmas gift, using this DIY Christmas wrapping paper.