Looking for a creative way to wrap a baby shower gift?? This DIY lullaby baby shower gift wrap couldn’t be easier. I’m also sharing a whole list of creative baby shower gift wrapping ideas!
When I was planning my sister’s rustic woodland baby shower, I knew I wanted to wrap my present in a way that both matched the baby shower theme and was also creative and easy since I was wrapping everything up at the last minute when I was packing things up to take to the shower.
Kraft paper is, of course, a favorite of mine. I love wrapping my Christmas presents in it and then getting creative with different bows and lettering on the packages.
It is so versatile that you pretty much always need some around. I love how my lullaby baby shower gift wrap turned out! It’s so simple and can be varied with different quotes or songs for more than just baby shower gifts.
Related – Other Baby Shower Ideas and Inspiration:
- Baby Diaper Cake Tutorial for Diaper Shower
- Donut Themed Baby Sprinkle Shower (and Free Printable Donuts)
- Best Etsy Baby Shower Gifts
- Rustic Woodland Baby Shower
- 10 Rustic Baby Shower Invitations
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DIY Lullaby Baby Shower Gift Wrapping Idea
Baby Shower Gift Wrapping Supplies:
- Kraft wrapping paper (or even a solid colored wrapping paper could work)
- Sheet moss
- Twine or jute
- Washi tape (or regular tape) – I got my wood grain washi tape shown here from Hobby Lobby, but they don’t sell it anymore. Here’s something similar.
- Glue (and if you’re new here, I always recommend the 3-in-1 glue)
Step 1. Wrap gift.
First, you will wrap the present in your kraft wrapping paper and use decorative washi tape to secure.
Step 2. Add twine.
Next, wrap the twine around the package multiple times and vary the string at random angles. Finish by tying a bow with the two ends on the front of the package.
Cut a small heart out of sheet moss and glue to the wrapping paper under the twine.
Step 3. Write baby lullabies.
Lastly, finish by writing sweet baby lullabies on the front of the baby shower gift in black Sharpie pen.
I wrote out “Rock-a-bye-baby”, “Hush Little Baby” and “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”.
I just love how the baby shower gift wrap turned out and it seriously took me maybe 10 minutes to throw together.
The best part? It was FREE! I had all the supplies already on hand. Also, I didn’t have to buy or make a card, so I signed the outside of the package.
Do you have any other creative gift wrap ideas? Let’s see them!