12 Gorgeous Holiday Wrapping Paper Options to Order STAT

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Welcome to the Hunker Holiday Gift Guide. From joyful decor picks to gifts that give back, these items are sure to delight everyone on your list.

It's October! Which means it's officially Almost-Christmas, right? J/K, kinda. But no, seriously. Considering retailers' backlogs and the slowness of the mail, NOW is the time to order your holiday wrapping paper. Try on these modern options our editors are loving:

Want a hint of holiday without being too obvious? Hellomart's recycled, geometric gift wrap uses red and purple for a combo that's not too Christmas-y.

IKEA's new holiday wrapping paper offerings are in! We love the traditional feel of this poinsettia paper.

If you're searching for an option that's festive without marking any particular holiday, Rifle Paper Co.'s silver-blue floral wrapping is a go-to.

These branches on a black background is great if you want something a bit dreamy.

Yes, technically, we're talking about wrapping paper here, but just remember: You don't need to use actual paper. These cloths are reusable and add an extra element to your gifting.

This gosh-darn-adoooorable Hanukkah bundle includes wrapping paper, gift tags, twine, and cards!

Honestly, is it even Christmas without Rifle Paper Co.? This wrapping paper is definitely our favorite of the season.

Need something light and minimalist? A white background with gold trees is ::chef's kiss::.

Just looking at this "winter nights" theme wrapping paper makes us feel cozy all over.

Classy Christmas? Check.

Eureka! There is such a thing as stylish Hanukkah wrapping paper!

For a very black-and-white holiday, look no further than Melloworks' buffalo plaid paper. Jazz is up or down with neutral string or some bling-y, gold-and-red ribbon.

Leonora Epstein is Hunker's Senior Director of Content. She has previously served as Executive Editor at HelloGiggles and as BuzzFeed's Deputy Editorial Director. She is the co-author of "X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story" (Abrams, 2014). Feel free to reach out at leonora@hunker.com.

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