Paper-Source.com sells “everything you need for perfectly packaged presents this season.” The tasteful wrapping paper, boxes, and tags are all 100 percent recycled, and the site makes color matching easy.
Spoonflower.com lets you design your own wrapping paper. Use photos, drawings—“pretty much anything”—or pick from the thousands of patterns made by other users. Your design can also be turned into wallpaper, fabric, or decals.
BoboWrap.com sells Korean bojagi scarves as a wrapping-paper alternative. Available in sizes to fit nearly any gift, the scarves are traditionally reused by the receivers, ending the wasteful use of paper.
ASubtleRevelry.com lists money-saving wrapping ideas in its “DIY Projects” section. You’ll find tips there for making your own wrapping paper, bows, and paper wreaths.