Cutest Kids Christmas Wrapping Ideas – Easy

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There are always lots of gifts to wrap at Christmas time. From small stocking fillers to the “main event”, us moms are usually tasked with wrapping them all! If you’re looking for some cute kids Christmas wrapping ideas that are a little different from usual this year, these are sure to do the trick.

I’ve included a FREE printable template for the three ideas in the photo. Obviously you’ll need to select gifts that are size appropriate for the templates, but they can be trimmed down if you need to do so.
Lets get onto how it’s done… 

Kids Christmas Wrapping Ideas

Christmas Tree, Santa’s Belly & Rudolf

Prep Time: 10 minutes each

What You’ll Need For The Christmas Tree:

wrapping paper of your choice
scissors
sticky tape/sellotape
green cardboard
glue
green, red & white buttons or decorations of your choice
FREE printable template below

Method:

Wrap your gift using wrapping paper of your choice, a pair of scissors and sticky tape/sellotape.

Print The Supermoms Club FREE Kids Christmas Wrapping Ideas Templates (PDF), cut out the Christmas Tree template on page 1, trace it onto the green cardboard and cut it out.

 Glue the green cardboard Christmas tree onto the wrapped present.

Glue on the buttons or decorations of your choice in any fashion you choose. Voila, as easy as that!

What You’ll Need For Santa’s Belly:

red wrapping paper
scissors
sticky tape/sellotape
yellow & white cardboard
black paper
glue
FREE printable template below

Method:

Wrap your gift using red wrapping paper, a pair of scissors and sticky tape/sellotape.

Print The Supermoms Club FREE Kids Christmas Wrapping Ideas Templates (PDF), cut out the Santa’s Belt & Beard template on page 2 and trace it onto the appropriate cardboard according to the template instructions. Cut out the belt buckle & beard. 

Cut a strip of black paper for Santa’s belt that is 5cm wide by the langth of your present so that it fits snugly around the gift.

Glue the belt, buckle & beard onto the wrapped present. Voila, a little santa’s belly!

What You’ll Need For Rudolf:

2 rolls of wrapping paper of your choice
scissors
sticky tape/sellotape
light brown cardboard
red cardboard
googly eyes
light brown pipe cleaners
glue
FREE printable template below

Method:

Wrap your gift using two different rolls of wrapping paper. In other words, wrap one half of the gift in one wrapping paper, and the other half in another wrapping paper.

Print The Supermoms Club FREE Kids Christmas Wrapping Ideas Templates (PDF), cut out the Reindeer template on page 3 and trace it onto the appropriate cardboard according to the template instructions. Cut out the head, ears & nose. 

Glue the ears & googly eyes to the larger part of the head as indicated on the template pattern.

Glue the larger part of Rudolf’s head to the wrapped present as shown in the picture above. 

Now glue the red cardboard nose to the smaller part of Rudolf’s head as indicated on the template pattern. You could use a red pom-pom too for the nose if you prefer.

Glue the smaller part of Rudolf’s head to the wrapped present as shown in the picture above.

Make reindeer horns from pipe cleaners by folding them into shape. Glue them onto the wrapped present as shown in the picture above. 

And that’s it! Three cute kids Christmas wrapping ideas for your gifts!

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