Best Christmas Wrapping Paper 2011

Whilst doing a little bit of Christmas shopping earlier this week, I called into Paperchase to pick up some Christmas cards. Whilst in there, I spotted some of the most awesome Christmas wrapping paper I have ever seen, and couldn’t resist stocking up!

Now, this blog pots might seem a little odd to some of you, but I am completely obsessed with everything to do with wrapping presents! I find it such a joy to do and really take pride in the job of it. I wanted to share some of my finds with you!

Paperchase Christmas Wrapping Paper stars

The offer I got was ‘3 for 2’ on wrapping paper rolls – the one above was the first I picked out! It is a gorgeous silver shade underneath with raised, glitter felt stars on it. It is so luxurious and, from seeing the gifts I’ve already wrapped with it, it makes your presents look super special too!

Paperchase Christmas Wrapping Paper black stars

This wrapping paper roll is along the same lines, but has a deep black base with raised felt silver stars and swirls. I think this is my favourite paper, just because I love the colour combination! Anything with stars on is a winner for me too – they’re simply awesome!

Paperchase Christmas Wrapping Paper

This one is just the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! It’s full of little cartoons of Christmas items, most of which have little smiley faces on! I’m a sucker for anything cute like this, which is why I chose this roll as my third ‘3 for 2’ item.

Paperchase Christmas Wrapping Paper 3 for 2

As I mentioned, the paper is on a ‘3 for 2’ offer, with each roll being £3.50 to buy. It seems expensive to pay £7.00 for three rolls of wrapping paper, but it seriously is the best quality you could ask for. I like to go all-out at Christmas and I’m glad I did here!

Just a quick note – this pots is NOT being sponsored by Paperchase. I just genuinely love them!

Stay Creative,

Chyaz xox



  1. Aleks
    December 15, 2011 / 2:54 pm

    Hey I LOVE them where did u get the third one ans second ?
    is there a store called Paperchase ? or maybe WHSmith ??

  2. December 15, 2011 / 7:10 pm

    Oh, it looks nice 😀

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