Vintage paper wrappers
Being one of the most attractive parts of the vintage eta, brown coloured paper gift bags are preferred to be used as a classic gift wrapper. There are many simple to complicated ideas for making those gift wrappers. For instance, you can make an envelope and decorate it with white lace and bows, this will give an elegant look to your gift. The size of the envelope can be varied according to your requirement. Another good thing you can do is pairing up paper carriers with newspaper paper wrappers for a vintage look.
Brown paper basket
Your kids will love to do this fun activity. If you have a whole bunch of bags of paper that you want to utilize in a productive manner, you can prefer making paper baskets out of them. For this, you can first cut these bags into thin strips and then weave them together like a wooden basket. Definitely, this basket is not for the purpose of carrying heavy objects but just to keep in your showcase and catching eyes of the visitors. Decorating this basket with flowers, small soft toys or keeping pens and candies in it will add elegance to your drawing room.
Brown paper scrapbook
This is an amazing idea. Making a scrapbook of your memorable holidays, fun events and occasions is something you like to do. This helps not only to bring your creativity out but also to restore those lovely moments in the scrapbooks. So, you might have prepared so many scrapbooks in your life. Why not make a paper scrapbook this time with those left over bags of paper. This neutral color on the base will enhance the beauty of your holiday pictures and write-ups manifold.
DIY luminaries are used in almost every home at the time of special occasions. No issue, what size of paper lamps or what cuts you prefer, you can do it for your fun. Take a bag made of paper and cut a perfect square out of it. Then fold the square in half. You will find a rectangle shape. Fold the rectangle in the manner that you would get a square. Start cutting this structure in a pattern that you would ultimately get a luminary pattern on the paper. Then, open the paper again, keep a weight on it and carefully hold the outer parts of the paper upwards. Your paper lamp is ready.