DIY Christmas Tree Wrapping Paper

Holiday wrapper paper with Christmas trees

Always looking for a way to add creativity to the holiday season, we've come up with a DIY wrapping paper tutorial that is simple, unique, AND better for the environment. 


DIY Wrapping Paper Materials:

Connector Paint Box

Clic & Go Water Cup

DuoTip Washable Markers


Kitchen Knife

Paper Towel

Wrapping Paper


Potato with a tree pattern cut

Step 1:

Depending on how confident you are with a knife, you may want to ask an adult to help you with the DIY. Using a kitchen knife, cut the potato in half and carve the shape of a Christmas tree from the surface. If you like, you can also cut 2-3 lines into the surface of the Christmas tree to look like branches that will give your print a more stylish look!

Potato with Christmas tree pattern

Step 2:

Now mix opaque white with a little water in one of the mixing trays on the transparent lid. You should make sure the mixture has a creamy consistency. Use a paper towel to dab the cut surface of the potato dry, then use a paintbrush to apply the white paint to the Christmas tree.

Wrapping paper with Christmas stamps

Step 3:

Now use your Christmas tree potato stamp to print your shape on the wrapping paper. You can print haphazardly or in neat, ordered lines.

Christmas present and markers

Step 4:

Now wrap your gift. Use a marker or paint to add small baubles to the dried Christmas trees or to draw an attractive ribbon connecting them.

That didn’t take long, did it? Anyone getting a present like this will be over the moon with it! If you have enjoyed doing this, why not print a matching gift tag for the present?

Christmas presents

Step 5:

You can create very different looks with this simple printing technique. For example, instead of wrapping paper you could use newspaper and print colorful Christmas trees on it.

Always think about the environment. Especially when working with food, it is important to pay attention to sustainability. Maybe there are old, wrinkly potatoes in your household that no one wants to eat anymore, but are perfect for a potato print.


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