-Low on wrapping paper? Use a potato chip bag to wrap gifts. Pour the chips into a large ziplock bag. Flip the chip bag inside out and wipe off food crumbs before wrapping the gift. The finished product looks shiny and sleek. It’s also an eco-friendly way to save paper.
-Here’s another eco-friendly trick for when you’re low on paper. Wrap gifts in old scraps of fabric. This is also known as furoshiki, a traditional Japanese gift wrapping technique.
-Recycle paper grocery bags as gift wrap. Not only is it easy and cheap, but it also gives your gifts a rustic style.