Don't toss those scraps of Polar Fleece! Put them to work making what I call Polar Fleece Pull-Eeeeeez! Use them to gently safeguard those precious, breakable gifts you are giving this year. They are cuter than tissue paper, reusable, and you can color-coordinate, depending on what you have in your stash.
Easy to make? You betcha! Just cut crosswise (along the greatest stretch) strips of scrap Polar Fleece. Cut a test strip to see the effect - different fleeces (type and thickness) work best at different widths - 1/4" works well on thick fleece, but you'll need to cut the strips narrower on microfleeces. I fold pieces in thirds and use scissors to make the job go faster, but you can use a rotary cutter if you like. Then simply Pull-Eeeeeez - pull the strip gently until it stretches and curls. If the strips are breaking, you'll need to cut them wider. If they don't curl, you'll need to cut them narrower.
The idea of cutting-and-pulling fleece strips is not new, nor my idea - I've seen projects where they've been couched onto jackets and tops. But I've not seen them used as gift-packing, although I'd bet someone besides me has also used them that way. Now, get busy - and no fair using up perfectly good fleece yardage (wink, wink).