Brighten up your Holiday gifts with Midori wrapping papers

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Let’s get two things straight. I love shopping for presents. I hate wrapping them. I never seem to get the edges right and it might have to do with the discount grade paper I buy every year.  Total bummer.

So finding out about Midori wraps was a true holiday miracle. It’s given me the inspiration I need to creatively decorate my gifts so that the wrap is almost as special as the gift itself.  I’m turning over a new leaf this year and I can’t wait to get my goodies wrapped and under the tree.

At $25 a set, you get five sheets of wrap. It’s a great deal for the quality and absolute wow factor of each design.

Traditional Holiday Cheer

If you’re looking for something special for your holiday gifts, try the Twelve Days Midnight or the Reindeer Red. Each is printed on 100 percent recycled cotton fiber and comes five 21″ by 29″sheets to a roll. All are sustainably handmade. These designs live up to the excitement and feel of a classic Christmas, yet hold a modern ascetic that is truly sassy.

Modern Yuletide Greetings

Looking for something a bit more unique? Try a few of these uber chic designs. The Harlequin gift-wrap features a silver and crème diamond pattern that will stand up to any brightly colored bow. The Flourish Gold is reminiscent of all things merry and bright. And you can’t go wrong with the Peacock Blue.  The combination of blues and browns are perfect for that hard to shop for person on your list.

Wild Holiday Side

It will be hard to resist these wild animal print papers and matching bows. The creme and brown leopard print are bold, yet still totally tasteful. A primary color bow will make the prints really pop.

Moms, what are your favorite Midori designs?

Meet the Author | Christina Montoya Fiedler

Christina Montoya Fiedler is a Los Angeles native - born and raised. Before becoming a mom, and writing for various parenting sites so she could be home full time with her son, she was a publicist representing environmentally progressive architects and contractors - one of whom just finished building a home completely out of parts from a Boeing 747. Now that's cool!

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