DVD Wrap Holiday Version

You might have remembered one of my most popular project. I did a little Movie Night DVD Wrap Tutorial, loaded with step-by-step instructions and printables (click here to view). I thought it was a great idea for a movie night "in" and geared more for a girlfriend or birthday. So I thought it would be fun to do a Holiday DVD Movie Wrap with Treat Pocket version for you today. And I'm actually featuring the same idea over on the Doodlebug Design blog too.

Plus, I'd love to know what your families favorite Holiday movie is at your house....leave a comment. Ours would be Elf!
I love the movie bins at Walmart where you can pick up some relatively good titles for only $5.00. But how boring to wrap them up in regular paper and hand someone what is obviously a DVD. Let's get creative and create a fun wrap out of the darling Doodlebug Northpole Collection, add a pocket with some treats and popcorn and you just took a $5 gift to something more memorable, right!?
Be sure to check out my original post  or jump over to the Doodlebug Blog today to see how to recreate this cute DVD wrap. And if you love Pinterest as much as I do, I would LOVE you forever if you PINNED this post...here's a great photo for you to share!

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Migdalia said...

Great idea!!!TFS

Michelle Philippi said...

Love this idea.
I scored a bazillion DVDs from BestBuy around Cyber Monday for $1.99 each. So there are a lotttt of DVDs being wrapped at my place these days. Great great idea - so fun!
Our family fave is the Polar Express....followed closely by Elf and a Christmas Story - you'll shoot your eye out!

Monique Liedtke said...

LOVE your dvd "wrap"! Such a good idea!!
As for our favorite Christmas dvd, that would be The Polar Express (but it really depends who you're asking - Mats would probably say Home Alone and Tim would say The Nightmare before Christmas, LOL).

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