To help you save time and plan the best party ever, we love to come up with different party themes and then design a few simple crafts for each one. This way, you don’t have to waste time browsing the Internet for ideas. Or stress about how your party will look. Just the other day, we shared our super cute mermaid cake decorations. And today we have an even easier DIY  idea for you — mermaid wrapping paper!

As with all of our wrapping paper, you will need to print the design below on tabloid (11″x17″) paper. If you don’t have a printer at home that can print this size, you can easily print it out at FedEx or any local print shop.

Fin-tastic Gifts

This mermaid wrapping paper will make your gift look fabulous and instantly more fun to open. There’s just something about getting a present that’s all cutely wrapped. It’s all about the simple things — they can mean so much!

If you need some help with wrapping, make sure to watch my gift wrapping video tutorial. With my gift-wrapping tips, you’ll become an expert wrapper in no time!

When you’re ready to wrap your gifts, you can choose from four different designs in our PDF below. Each one was illustrated by our designer Krista and perfectly complements all of the mermaid party crafts we are sharing this week. Just print the one (or ones!) you like best onto 11″x17″ paper, wrap your gift, and stick a cute gift tag on it. For these gifts, we cut out paper shells and starfish to use as gift toppers, which you can find in this post.

Of course, we couldn’t resist adding pink and teal ribbon to our presents too. We hope you have as fun wrapping your gifts with our mermaid wrapping paper as we did! ~  Lia and team

printable mermaid wrapping paper mermaid wrapping paper with papercut starfish

Come Get Crafty with Us

Find more gift wrap ideas plus DIY party ideas on our site. And be sure to let us know if you have any suggestions for what we should craft next. We are here to show you how to craft what YOU want to make!

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