DIY GIFTS FOR BEGINNERS
There’s nothing better than a hand-wrapped gift! You can do it yourself, as we have a lot of ideas of packages of all shapes and sizes. There are also many ideas of cute DIY cards for your presents. Check them all out and become a pro in gift-wrapping.
Everyone likes cards. We have prepared a couple of lovely hacks on making DIY cards for you. First of all, you can try and make a cool DIY slider card. It looks tricky, but in fact, there’s nothing difficult about it. You’ll just need a piece of transparent plastic for this craft. The result is merely fantastic.
Another creative way to render your message is to encode it on cubes! Check out this unusual tutorial and try to repeat it with any other phrase on congratulation.
If you have no beautiful ribbon to make a cute bow on your gift, we have a couple of cool ideas for you. You can use yarn of different colors in order to wrap your gift nicely. It will make your gift look really stylish and very personal.
In this tutorial video for kids, you can find a lot of cool crafts for kids of all ages – there are many different variants of gift wraps that any kid is able to repeat. Choose your material – paper, cardboard, and even plastic bottles, and let’s craft!
01:55 – Cube card
04:06 – DIY basket out of a paper cup
08:45 – Pyramid-shaped gift box
12:24 – Plastic box
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