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7 Amazing Holiday Gift Packaging Ideas with Die Cutting

Updated on June 15, 2016

Introduction

Gifts represent our love and care for the person to whom we are giving the gift. Besides the gift itself, it's the packaging of the gift that catches the eye of the recipient. So, why not package your gift in such an amazing way that it simply wins the heart of the recipient? With a die cut equipment, you can give that wow-factor to your gift packaging.

There are loads of wonderful stuff you can create with die cutting, which you can use as accessories in your gift packages. However, you need to have a good knowledge and experience of using die cutting equipment and tools to create such die cut accessories for gift packaging.

Here are some packaging- decoration ideas involving the use of die cut equipment:-

Cool Punches

Cool stitched die cut designs serve as easy and quick gift tags. In the tags below, dimension is added to the design by opting for the negative die cut panels. Focal points are created with the silhouettes of trees and deer. Pops of color are added with the die cut loops made with colored card stock. They are simple, yet cool.

Cool Punches

Jingling Accents

In this tag, the design is simple and clean, but statement is added with a die cut accessory hanging from the hemp cord. The broad ribbon and the die cut edge, give a texture and pattern to the tag, whereas the jingle bells give way to some interactive fun.

Jingling Accents

Mixed Magic

This stunning tag has been made using the mixed media approach. It uses gelatos, embossing powder, and gesso. The delightful die cut snowflakes and reindeer pop up amidst the unconventional yellows and oranges. Everything here blends well with the die cut elements, rhinestones, and the vibrant purple ribbon.

Mixed Magic

A Dash of Pink

In this gift tag, lime green has been used with a surprising dash of vibrant pink. The offset tag underneath the base, makes a statement, whereas the die cut tree along the edge makes the tag visually interesting. Some shine is added to it by the sprinkled sequins. The tag is completed by a pink baker's twine, thereby blending all the elements amazingly.

A Dash of Pink

A Splash of Watercolors

In this tag, all the elements have been created with a die cut equipment, using watercolor paper. A scalloped-edge frame serves as the tag base. The base has been sponged and spritzed using distress ink, for creating the backdrop for the cute watercolored snowman.

A Splash of Watercolors

Chic Silhouette

This simple and clean tag has been created using an ornament die and a coordinating silhouette. The shadow behind the snowman, house and tree is brought by adhering foam tape underneath those areas of the silhouette.

Chic Silhouette

Wrap with Ribbon

These are some simple, classic and clean packages. Simply get some sheets of faux bois wrapping paper, some die cut leaves and trees, and some bright red ribbons. In case you don't find the wood grain wrapping paper in Christmas section, look for it in shelf paper section.

Wrap with Ribbon

Conclusion

These are some amazing ideas to enhance the appeal of your gift packages using a die cut equipment. You can get some inspiration from these ideas, and unleash your creativity to come up with delightful gift packages of your own.



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