Wrapping presents has always been one of my very favorite things! When I was in elementary school, I would take brown paper and stamp Christmas stamps all over it to make my own wrapping paper. Part of the magic of receiving a gift is how it is wrapped. I wanted to share how I’ll be wrapping the presents under our tree this year!This buffalo plaid is just my favorite. I paired it with a brown paper, but I think it would look great with a solid red, black, or even white. I found a really cute wrapping paper at Target that has buffalo plaid printed on the inside of reindeer, and it looks really adorable matched with that, too. I like to buy mini ornaments from Hobby Lobby or the Dollar Tree and attach them to gifts. It’s a simple way to spice up your gift and they are pretty inexpensive! Check out that coordinating tag. Seriously? So adorable. These tags are from Dashing Design Studio. I’ll be sharing the free printables at the end of this post!Don’t even get me started on the Hearth and Hand ribbon. I double wrapped it, because I love the ribbon so much that I think this gift needed an extra layer of it! I tucked a sprig of evergreen into the bow, to add texture and compliment the green in the ribbon. Wherever Joanna Gaines came from and whatever powers she was given, I want to go there and I want the powers. She rocks.When I wrap gifts, I like to go around the edge of the box to make the edges really crisp. I think wrapping paper should be really crisp, and the ribbon and adornments soft and whimsical.Joanna does it again. Am I even allowed to call her by her first name? Maybe I should refer to her as Queen Gaines. I don’t know. Either way, this wrapping paper from Hearth and Hand is so perfect. I didn’t want to distract from the awesomeness, so I decided to tie it up with twine and hang some silver bells from the bow. There’s something magical about silver bells this time of year. They remind me of The Polar Express. Anyone else love reading that book as a child?I want to give a huge thank you to Dashing Design Studio for the free printable gift tags! Check out their Etsy shop for other adorable prints! They even do custom invitations!