1. Father's Day gift-wrap apron:
This is a clever, cost effective way of combining two gifts into one and also adding a cool card:
We love using craft paper as wrapping paper (it's cheap and environmentally friendly!), especially when it's jazzed up with a bright ribbon or jute twine
This idea is from the Sew Many Ways blog
2. Gorgeous Father's Day boxes:
3. Chic black and white:
The contrast of black and white gift wrapping against natural craft paper is a really striking look.
Image from www.bowdabrablog.com
4. Newspaper, but not as you know it:
Whilst newspaper is a cheap and effective form of wrapping paper, you can make it look less 'tight-arse' with the addition of a beautiful trim such as this black and white ribbon. Image from May Arts.
Red is also a gorgeous contrast colour against black and white.
Image from Ragland Hill Social
Image from Design Apothecary
5. Stamps are back!
The good old craft paper has come in handy again when stamped with some old-school rubber stamps. You could also apply this idea to wrapping paper for other occasions (birthday, anniversary - whatever) and stamp the recipient's name on the paper:
Image from www.englishrosefrommanchester.wordpress.com
6. Pegs aren't just for clothes...
They're also a nifty way of attaching a gift card to a present...
Images from www.olderandwisor.com
7. Tied up:
If you purchase a beautiful tie for dad, why not make it the hero of your gift wrapping too?
Image from www.olderandwisor.com
8. Personalize with family pics:
A touching way of personalizing gift wrapping for your recipient
Images from www.en.paperblog.com
9. A clever gift-wrap idea up your sleeve:
What a fun way to present a bottle of wine:)
Image from Etsy seller, WaveSong
10. Beer, made better:
Personalise Dad's favourite beer or soft drink with this sweet gift-wrap idea. Image from www.themodestmomblog.com