It’s one day before December and we are busy getting gifts for our loved ones. But it doesn’t mean that we can’t let our creative juices come in. We could also try to lessen the waste by reusing stuff found in our houses.
These are some of the Christmas hacks we did for this year’s gift giving season.
1) loombands gift tags
I am sure a lot of us has a stash of loombands somewhere in the house. Remember the year it was so IN?
My daughter’s gifts to her classmates are colorful pens and instead of wrapping it with gift wrappers and waste a lot of paper in the process, we thought of just putting mini gift tags on it.
We printed the gift tags on our stash of board papers at home, got the loombands out and voila, we got our own diy loombands gift tags.
2) old travel magazine gift wrapper
Another thing I decided to do is to use old travel magazine’s pages as gift wrappers. The item is a travel luggage tag and what more fitting than using paper with beautiful pictures on it.
3) reusing paper bags
From shopping and gifts from previous years, we have accumulated all sizes of paper bags. So I reused them for this year’s gifts.
Just put on some holiday tags and they are good to go.
I will be updating this post once I think of more Christmas hacks that could benefit not only me but the environment as well.
Thank you for your time! 😘