Are you an early Christmas shopper? Maybe just a few presents left to get, or holding out for last-minute sales? Once your gift buying is done, make sure it looks the part under your tree with our gift-wrapping inspo, taken from the must-have trends in wrapping this year.


This is our personal favourite at Look & Cover HQ and we even had our own festive wrapping commissioned for all our Christmas orders.

Pick one colour that matches your scheme or go all out, even with holograms! Dress your presents with ribbons and bows that will shimmer and shine in the lights on the tree.

With stars, stripes, festive prints, there is so much to choose from on the high street. Our personal faves can be found at Cox and Cox. Their rose gold splatter paper has the perfect blend of on-trend rose gold colours mixed with metallics.


Sometimes less is more! Head down to your local Hobbycraft and pick up a roll or two of parcel paper and dress it up with the perfect ribbons and bows in velvets and silks or even use some leftover sprigs of greenery from your decorations for a more rustic look. You can get really creative with this one and can even rope in the kids to help decorate the paper with stamps, paints, glitter and more.


This is the latest trend when it comes to wrapping! Visit your local haberdashery and get some samples in your favourite prints. You can be brave with this one so go bold and don’t be afraid to mismatch your prints. Use your samples to tie up your gifts in a simple knot and finish with trinkets, bows, springs of greenery, or even a candy cane for the kids!

We can take care of the wrapping for you...

Don’t have the time to wrap Christmas gifts, or maybe it’s just not your thing? We have the solution to your problem: Look & Cover branded Christmas gift wrap. Simply add to the cart and we will do the rest. Once delivered it will be ready to put straight under the Christmas tree!

Now that that’s sorted, sit back, relax in a pair of cosy Look & Cover PJs, pour a glass of mulled wine, put on a Christmas film (link to film blog) and wrap your perfect parcels for under the tree.