it’s a wrap… colourful gift wrapping this Christmas

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Karen Haller

Blog Post - It's a wrap - Paperchase ribbons

If you’re buying gifts for your clients and find yourself in a red and green wrapping paper rut… then great news, the choice of colours and design styles this year are endless.  And… it’s actually a really great way to wrap up the year with one last flourish of brand awareness…

Here are a few of my favourite gift wrapping ideas.

Blog Post - It's a wrap - chalkboard paper - Not on the High Street

I just love this idea. It’s chalkboard wrapping paper. Such a great way to add your personalised decorations and messages | From


Blog Post - It's a wrap - presents in newspaper

If you’re a financial company and you’d like to inject a bit of fun, you can wrap your gifts in a copy of the financial times with your corporate colour ribbon or tag | From


Blog Post - It's a wrap - Lakeland brown wrapping paper

If you still want to use a traditional theme but down play it, then this understated festive wrapping brings a modern vibe to the traditional | From


Blog Post - It's a Wrap - colour me in

Bringing out the fun and playful side of your brand. Perfect for creative or colour related brands. No surprises this is my favourite. | From

Brand awareness through colour

If you want to go all out and wrap up the year with one last flourish of brand awareness here some ideas you can steal from some well known brands.

Blog Post - It's a Wrap - Pantone Christmas balls

Pantone is one of the most globally recognised colour notation companies, so it’s only fitting they combine what they do, colour, with Christmas. Double brand awareness I’d say | From


Blog Post - It's a Wrap - Tiffany blue box

Nobody does brand recognition through a simple coloured box than Tiffany & Co. Yes, they don’t just do this for Christmas but all year round. Clever bit of marketing… | From


Blog Post - It's a Wrap - Harrods wrapping paper

Can you always design your own company wrapping paper just like Harrods do | From


Want to see more ideas?
For more Christmas gift wrapping ideas pop over to my Pinterest board

From the blog archives
Christmas wrapping paper… the psychology of colour
Colour Branding – How Tiffany blue increases brand recognition


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1 Comment

  1. Jody Qween on January 15, 2015 at 7:53 am

    A little colour always makes one gift even more valuable.

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