Here’s how to make Easy DIY Christmas Wall Art with gift wrap and a quick holiday tour of our home.
Hi, friends. I’m “wrapping up” this years Christmas crafts with this quick and easy DIY Christmas wall art using gift wrap. I love this project. 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 them for pretty cheap and use the extra to wrap your actual gifts. Win!
Watch the 3-minute Gift Wrapped Pictures 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. 🙂
Merry Christmas, guys! And, don’t forget to follow me on Instagram for more DIY Projects and Home Decor Inspiration.
Watch the Easy DIY Christmas Wall Art Video Here
Here’s What You’ll Need
- 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 this Easy DIY Christmas Wall Art project: 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 doesn’t have any inks or print that may ruin the art work or frame you’re wrapping.
2 More Ways to Decorate with Christmas Gift Wrap
Here are 2 more quick and easy examples of how I use Christmas gift wrapping paper to make cheap Christmas Wall Art and Decor. The first is another 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 too. Can you tell I’m loving vintage style Christmas gift wrap, right now?
The second is an update a lighted glass vase. This vase has pretty ornaments and lights inside but you could see the battery compartment on the bottom and the top was kinda 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.
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. This year, I used ornaments and Christmas crafting supplies that I mostly already had to make small Christmas table scenes and even a bigger Red Truck Christmas Village. And, I didn’t spend very much to do either. Yay!
Quick Tour of Christmas in our Living Room, This Year
And, finally, here’s a look at 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. 🙂
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.
Before you go, I have 40+ DIY Christmas Projects, Crafts, and Home Decor Ideas in one big Christmas-y post that you should see. 🙂
Feeling inspired? Now that you’ve seen this Easy DIY Christmas Wall Art with gift wrap tutorial, you can do it too. Let me know if you have questions. Don’t forget to sign up for the Abbotts At Home email newsletter to get DIY, Remodeling, and Crafty ideas in your inbox.