10 Colorful Hand Painted Wrapping Paper Tutorials
1. Block Printed Wrapping Paper
2. High Contrast Gift Wrap
Go bold with high contrast colors! I love the look of this black wrapping paper with colorful painted accents. Get the DIY at Lay Baby Lay.
3. Pretty Pastel Paper
Pastels are pretty any time of the year. Play around with different color combos for a unique look. Need some inspiration? I love the gift wrap they created over at Oh Happy Day.
4. Splatter Painted Gift Wrap
5. Print Quickly with Roller Stamping
Want to print a lot in a short amount of time? Try roller stamping! This simple tutorial from Handmade Charlotte is excellent. I love how she used a lint roller to create her stamp!
6. Mixed Media Wrapping Paper
Why stick to one medium when you can have them all! Create beautifully layered gift wrap with watercolor paints, tempera paint, and stamping. This inspiring tutorial from Art Bar is terrific.
7. Spray Painted Paper
If you have the space and the ventilation, spray painting is a fun way to paint large amounts of paper at once. This tutorial from Pretty Life Girls outlines a couple of different ways to paint your paper with spray paint.
8. Paint With Stencils
Easily create bold prints on your wrapping paper with handmade or store-bought stencils! This tutorial from Made to Be a Mommashows you how to do it!
9. Watercolor Gift Bags
Watercolor some glassine bags for little gifts! They look adorable when dolled up with watercolor. Check out the simple tutorial from Say Yes.
10. Minimal Hand Painted Paper
Simple painting can make a significant impact! I painted long straight lines in a few different colors across my paper for my design. The composition only took a few minutes to complete, but I love how it looks! Check out my DIY here!
More Craft Tutorials to Get in The Holiday Spirit
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Did you try any of these wrapping paper ideas? Share your experience in the comments!
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