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  • Annie Claire Hudson

The Best Wrapping Paper Designs

Check out our top 5 wrapping papers to inspire you this holiday season.

It's the season for gift giving and since we all have a little extra time on our hands, why not get a little fancy with the wrap this year?

Furoshiki Holiday

Wrapping Cloth


Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth used to cover gifts. I love this because it's reusable! You are giving them a gift, and a gift wrap that they can use for someone else.

Thalia Roman

Wrapping Paper


Thalia Roman is a Texas based artist with fun graphic designs. Is anyone else out there as obsessed with tigers as I am? I think with a big red bow, this would be a fun and untraditional way to say happy holidays this year.

Paper Source

Handmade Paper


Black and Cream Marble, handmade from Thailand. This paper takes me to a swirly-twirly paradise. It's not your everyday gift wrap, but will still fit in under any tree.

Burcu Korkmazyurek

Wrapping Paper


Burcu's Magical Garden V brings a splash of whimsey and color. Who says holiday colors are limited to red, green and icy blue? This paper will bring in the rainbow beautifully, and can honestly be used for any occasion in the future if you have some left over.

The Overlook Hotel

Gift Wrap


What's your favorite holiday movie? I'm sure you can guess ours from this wrapping paper design. This iconic pattern, made famous in 'The Shining', is a playful way to say happy holidays this year.

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