Gift Guide: Natural Gift Packaging

Reduce, reuse, and recycle. By simply using a few favorite multifunctional materials, the mantra of an eco-friendly and natural lifestyle can be easily applied to the gift-giving season. All you need is a little creative know-how. Let us show you how!


Wrap With What You’ve Got



One of our favorite multi-use materials is Kraft. Natural, unbleached Kraft paper is a natural biomaterial that is recyclable and biodegradable. We love it for its strength, versatility, and overall natural look.

A nice and sturdy roll of Kraft paper can be longlasting and be dressed up or down and used for crafting, decorating, and gift wrapping. We recommend this roll of Heavyweight Kraft Paper. Its natural, unbleached Kraft surface provide a beautiful blank surface perfect for artsy embellishments.

FYI: For more quality and multi-use rolls of paper, check out our Kraft & Newsprint Collection.


Embellish With Your Favorite Twine

Eye-catching and a decorative essential, we’re sure to have a pattern of Baker’s Twine for every season. For this gift, we recommend going for a seasonal and festive Red / White pattern.

FYI: If you’re looking to incorporate color using twine, check out our extensive Baker’s Twine Collection.


Adorn Naturally Using Seasonal Scents & Berries

The perfect eco-friendly way to embellish your gift with a simple sprig of your favorite foliage. For the holiday season, we incorporate the fresh smell of pine and bright drops of red from holly berries into our minimal gift wrap.

FYI: If you’re planning on embellishing in bulk, then alternative quick, easy, and longlasting embellishment options include Mini Paper Roses and feathers.

What types of presents are you wrapping up this season? Show us using the social tag #mypapermart. If you loved these tips and want to see more, stay tuned. We’re looking forward to making more DIY craft videos, product features, and tips for small businesses!

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