Wrapping Paper & Holiday Cards

aspire Gift Guide 2021

Floral Greeting Card Set

This design by SaVonne Anderson puts a modern, earthy spin on traditional holiday cards. In prioritizing inclusive designs that you can send to all your loved ones Aya Paper Co. is sure they’ll be proud to display these on their mantle this season!

Papercut Cards

Hand-designed and finished in North London, these unique triptych cards not only spread holiday cheer, but can be used as a table display piece. “Get creative by placing a few LED candles behind the cut out,” the maker suggests. “And see the magic happen.”

Spinning Dreidel Holiday Cards

Set of eight cards with pop-up elements and blue envelopes. The MoMA Design Store’s artist-designed, paper-engineered holiday cards are meticulously assembled by hand. These extraordinary designs are more like objects than simple greeting cards.

Winter Foxes Holiday Cards

Since the 1940s, MoMA has invited artists to create delightful, original and unexpected designs for their Holiday Card Program. This set of eight offers “Warmest Wishes” to its recipients.

“Yoga” Gift Wrap

Perfect for birthdays, holidays, or just because, this scene depicting various zen yoga poses is from Chicago-based children’s clothing company Kido.

Nutcrackers Gift Wrap

Add a little “festive swag” to your gifts with Black Paper Party’s premium metallic nutcracker gift wrap. 30 in. wide by 10 ft. long and individually shrink-wrapped.

Skating Gift Wrap

Unwrp says, “Your mother’s gift wrap could never. Gone are the days of gift wrap’s short holiday and occasion lifespan. You can use as gift wrap, sure, but you can also frame, or create something beautiful of your own with this multi-functional paper.”

Pincushion Gift Tages

A gift tag is the finishing touch to a beautifully-wrapped present, and one that has lots of space on the back means that noone will ever wonder who the gift was from. This set of five from Skinny laMinx is embossed with gold foil on one side.

Furoshiki Reusable Gift Wrapping

A Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth made of fabric which can be used in several ways to wrap different products. Unlike wrapping paper, it is flexible and will adapt to any shape leaving you with a beautiful (and zero-waste) result.