Panda Presents DIY - How to Wrap Your Gifts

Everyone knows I’m crazy about pandas, so when Sam sent me her panda gift wrap tutorial, it made my day. Are you kidding me? If all of my presents aren’t wrapped to look like pandas, I’m going to throw the biggest hissy-fit you’ve ever seen. Okay, maybe that’s a bit harsh, but you’d better believe that this panda gift wrap DIY is the next thing on my to-do list, and I’m happy to say that it’s a tutorial I can actually do (phew!). If you want to have the best, most adorably wrapped presents under the tree (or at your next birthday party), read below to follow the step by step tutorial by Aww, Sam!

Panda Presents DIY - How to Wrap Your Gifts

what you need

  • White wrapping paper
  • Construction paper in black, hot pink, and light pink
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Yarn
  • Pom pom maker (optional)

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  1. Wrap your present in white wrapping paper. Square or rectangular boxes work best for this tutorial.
  2. Cut out panda eyes, nose, mouth, and cheeks out of your desired color of construction paper.
  3. Hot glue the panda face to the side of your wrapped present.
  4. Make pom poms with a pom pom maker or buy some from a craft store and hot glue those to the top of your present in each corner.
  5. Put your presents under the tree to make the cutest group of panda presents you’ll ever see!

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  1. Rena says: December 18, 20154:24 am

    Although I think you are the bigger Panda fan then I – the packaging is simply wonderful! Thanks for sharing 🙂
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  2. Ida says: December 18, 20156:22 am

    Oh these are so cute. My step-kid love pandas so I think she would love to get gifts wrapped like this. But me I would rather have the pink tree. Just love the looks of it. <3

  3. Petra Northway says: December 18, 20158:21 am

    Hi Keiko
    It’s funny about the appeal that Pandas have for many people. I have got a lovely one, complete with baby that used to sit in my Fiat Panda car and nowadays lives indoors!

  4. katrina says: December 18, 20151:13 pm

    This wrapping paper is SO you! I am going to +1 what Rena commented above and go ahead and say I think you’re the biggest panda-loving fan I know. Can’t wait to see your army of panda wrapped boxes on IG 🙂


  5. laura mitbrodt says: December 18, 20154:12 pm

    This is so cute, love the pink tree

  6. Rabecca says: December 18, 201511:09 pm

    Aaaahhh the pink treeeee! It’s so cute! and the gift wrapping is so adorable! <3

  7. kamila says: December 19, 201511:33 am

    Cute and great idea! 🙂

  8. Snapshot Fashion says: December 19, 20151:53 pm

    This is the cutest thing ever! I’m the worst at wrapping gifts…but I think even I could do this!

  9. Helen says: December 20, 201512:28 am

    This panda gift wrap DIY has to be the cutest thing ever! My best friend is obsessed with pandas, so I had to email her this tutorial. Thanks for sharing Keiko and Sam!


  10. Laura says: December 20, 20156:08 am

    this’s the most adorable gift wrap! i better be getting panda gifts this christmas as well, haha! xx

  11. Elianass says: December 20, 20159:50 am

    Cute idea! I love colors

  12. Katie says: December 22, 20153:52 am

    I really like the idea of panda wrap, but feel like I’m missing part of the tutorial. I wish there were templates for the faces.

  13. Toneia says: December 22, 20152:18 pm

    I love the way you have wrapped those presents 🙂 so cute…

    Love your blog by the way, I am now a follower,.. hope you will follow back.



  14. Michelle says: January 4, 20168:40 pm

    This is seriously the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. My kids are gonna flip!

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