Give your presents some wow factor with these gorgeous patterned Christmas wrapping papers.Whatever it is you're wrapping, wrap it in one of these gift wrap papers to give it some extra zjujh.
Toy Town wrapping paper, 49.5x70cm, £1.75, Polar Post, polarpost.co.uk.
This wrapping has Christmas rolled into one with candy canes, nutcrackers and the message to believe. Plus, each sheet of wrapping paper is inscribed along the bottom with the words "The official paper of Father Christmas. Lovingly wrapped by merry elves."
Snowflake gift wrap, 50x70cm, £12 for 6 sheets, Elvira Van Vredenburgh Designs, elviravvdesigns.com.
Geometric shapes make great wrapping paper. The proof is in these gorgeous designs. Mix and match the set of three snowflake designs in gorgeous red, blue and green.
Kettle’s Yard wrapping paper, 50x70cm, £2.50, Cambridge Imprint, 07732 131135, cambridgeimprint.co.uk.
This original design was inspired by the shapes and rhythms in the work of Barbara Hepworth and the colours by the Hepworth and Nicholson fabrics in the Kettle’s Yard collection.
Splatter wrapping paper in Pink and Blue, 48.5x68cm, £3, Amaretti Design, amaretti-design.com.
How lovely and serene is this muted splatter pattern? Complete the look with a gorgeous ribbon.
Stone Lattice in Pink, Red and Blue, 48x70cm, £3.50, Pentreath & Hall, 020 7430 2526, pentreath-hall.com.
A range of full-coloured wrapping papers, based on stone floor and marble patterns by the great 18th century designer Batty Langley, and re-imagined by Pentreath & Hall.
Dancers in Red/Fuchsia, 50x70cm, £3, Esme Winter, esmewinter.co.uk.
Add a burst of colour under your tree with this vibrant wrapping paper.
Leaves wrapping paper, 49x70cm, £4.75, Linnéa And-Ast at Wrap, wrapmagazineshop.com.
Three sheets of wrapping paper with an impactful leaves design by Linnea And-Ast.
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