Personalized Christmas and Holiday Gift Wrap

By: Jennifer Varner

This holiday season I hope to do things differently. I want to finish my holiday shopping early, find very unique yet fun gifts, and create a beautifully decorated tree with tons of beautiful presents surrounding the tree. Having beautiful presents elegantly wrapped gets everyone excited for the pending holiday.

After spending a lot of time online I came across the perfect idea- personalized wrapping paper with photos of your family and pets imprinted onto the paper. I was so excited to come across this original idea. I had never even heard of personalized Christmas and holiday wrap. All of sudden-my creative mind started swirling with ideas of what I could do with this adorable gift wrap.

This year you too can personalize your holiday wrapping paper with photos of your children, family, or pets. Or you can have your personalized gift-wrap designed with your family monogram or names! Too over the top-maybe-but the holiday season is the perfect time to go over the top and create lasting memories filled with beautifully wrapped gifts. Just imagine how fabulous monogrammed gift wrapped boxes will look under your tree. You might not want to open them because they look so pretty. You could also personalize your children's gifts by adding personalized gift wrap to that special gift they are so excited to receive this year.

What a fantastic way to present your holiday gifts! Whether you use the paper with the name or photo of the gift recipient, or have it imprinted to let everyone know who gave the gift, it is a spectacular way to share the holiday season!

There are several patterns to choose from that you are certain to find a gift-wrap to personalize that suits your personality and style! Also-this is a great way to send that extra special wedding, baby shower, or birthday gift.

To view the selections and place an order (make sure to place it early to beat the holiday rush!) visit Fun & Sassy Designs at:

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