“Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before! What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!”
― Dr. Seuss,
What are some fun ways for santa to deliver presents? Gunny Sacks! How fun are these? Not only can you reuse them each year, but it can also save you some wrapping paper! You can set them next to the Christmas tree or next to the fire mantel. They add some pizazz to your Christmas Decorating. They’re also great if you are into Farmhouse & Rustic decorating.
Reusable Gift Bags
Reusable bags are an easy way to put gifts under the tree without the hassle of having to wrap. If you don’t get enjoyment out of wrapping presents, or are short on time, this may be a great option for you. These are an easy way to color coordinate and compliment your tree. If you have multiple people you are buying for, as most of do, you each person can have their own color or pattern. If each person is given their own color, you can even avoid the need for gift tags!
Small Festive Boxes
These small red and green boxes with pop up bows are to cute not to share. There are great to add a little pizazz underneath the Christmas tree. Put gift cards in them or other small gifts.
Gift Card Holders
Gift cards are great gift because thousands of places offer them. They add excitement and are available at most convince stores or through purchase online. Dress them up with a cute bag or tin. You can also hang them on the tree or place them deep down in the stocking for an added Christmas Surprise!
“Cash is King.” If you want to stick to a set budget, are on a time crunch, or perhaps just not a shopper, cash is a good solution.You can avoid look crowds, and stay on budget. And have you ever met anyone that didn’t like money. If you are feeling naughty, you can freeze it and give your recipient, “Cold Hard Cash,” or you can glam it up with some money envelopes, stylish, simple, and stress free.
Find the Christmas Pickle. This is an Old World German Tradition. On Christmas Eve, parents would hide the pickle ornament in the Christmas Tree. When the children woke the next day they would all look for the Christmas Pickle. The child who found first was said to have blessings to come through out the year and was able to open the first present.