This is a sponsored post. I was compensated for my work, but the opinions are 100% my own.
Do you get frustrated by how much money and time is spent on gift wrap when it just ends up in the trash? It’s kind of nuts when you stop to think about it. When possible, I like to look for gift wrapping ideas that are actually part of the gift itself. Here are a couple of ways that you can give coffee mugs not only as a gift, but as gift wrap!
Personal Creations carries dozens of mug designs that can be personalized to suit everyone on your list this year. I personalized a few mugs for my parents and in-laws, and today I am going to show you how you could use those mugs as gift wrap for other little presents.
The simplest way to turn a mug into a gift is to put together a coffee themed gift. Here I tucked some specialty coffee into the mug and used coffee filters in place of tissue paper. You could also add in a coffee store gift card or some homemade biscotti.
Another gift option is to the carry the theme of the mug into the gift itself. I paired this Christmas Sweets mug with a pretty cookie cutter and a flour sack towel that I embellished with iron-on glittery snowflakes.
For a S’mores themed gift I added some chocolate cookies into the No One Spoils Them More mug. A cute marshmallow snowman ornament finishes the gift off.
You can even use a personalized mug to wrap a pricier gift. Tuck a few tickets to a baseball game into the Love You More Than… mug for the sports fan on your list.
Right now you can get 20% off of your entire Personal Creations purchase by using the coupon code, PCSM20. No minimum purchase is required, so you can use the code on one mug or a dozen!
Personal Creations is also giving away a $500 gift card to their online store. I have personalized so many things from them this year, and it’s always so fun to decide how to make each item unique. The giveaway will be open from December 1 to December 17 at midnight PST so get your entries in now!
This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Personal Creations.
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