So, Christmas day is over. The presents are unwrapped, the pavlova devoured and the Santa fun finished for another year.
But what to do with the large pile of wrapping paper?
Here’s our favourite (easy peasy) things to do with wrapping paper, now the festivities are over:
A simple activity for all those little scraps of leftover wrapping paper. Thread onto string to make necklaces, bracelets, or store for future craft projects.
Full instructions at thecentsbiblelife.com
Use all that old wrapping paper to make a collection of decorative bows, ready for birthday presents in the coming year (or the following Christmas!).
Full instructions at wholeliving.com
A really simple idea that turns that used wrapping paper into festive placemats for next Christmas.
Full instructions at learning4kids.net
These festive magnets are perfect to decorate any fridge or magnetic board at Christmas time, or handmade gifts for next Christmas.
Full instructions at momshavequestionstoo.com
Brighten your desk with a decorative holder for pens, pencils and scissors, or makes a great gift.
Full instructions at: marthastewart.com
Be prepared for the year with these gorgeous handmade envelopes. Perfect for small gifts, personal cards and letters.
Full instructions at: poppytalk.com
Every kids bedroom needs personalised bunting! Simple to make and the perfect addition to any room.
Full instructions at centsationalstyle.com