It’s day 6 of “12 Days of Wrapping” and these DIY monochromatic gift toppers might be one of my favorite wrapping idea to date! They take the traditional and give it a colorful twist! And if you know anything about my blog, color is life! So lets stir things up this Christmas and spice up our gifts with some color! These gift toppers will for sure be a hit and make your presents stand out, in the best possible way.
SUPPLIES FOR MONOCHROMATIC GIFT TOPPERS
-Spray Paint I used Montana gold pink pink and Montana gold Strawberry
-I picked all my Christmas decor at 60% off. They were all around $1 or less. You want them to be small. It doesn’t matter how cheap or ugly they are because you are just going to spray paint them. Make sure you don’t get some with too much texture otherwise it gets tricky to spray paint them.
-You are going to need to do a few coats of spray paint. I did one, let dry and then did one last coat to cover any parts I missed.
-Take your ribbon that coordinates the colors of your spray paint and wrap up your gifts!
-Voila! Instantly more fun and not your traditional Christmas wrapping.
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