You may not be very fond of the entire process of wrapping the gifts that you plan to give your loved ones. But nonetheless, this is an essential step to making a spotless impression. And frankly, it’s not an entire philosophy managing it, you most probably need only some simple-to-follow guidelines, that’s all. And if you’re sneaky enough, you could involve your children in the process and finish that entire pile of gifts in o time. Below you will find some simple tips to upgrading your gift-wrapping game this Christmas.
Don’t use gift boxes at all
It’s obvious: if you don’t like wrapping gifts, give up the traditional gift box and opt for some beautiful Christmas sacks. Especially for small children, this approach works wonders. Specialised vendors retail those for incredible prices and everybody can profit from this. When preparing your gift by using these sacks, make sure to invest in some rolls of ribbons as well. These sack come with a closing system, but you can beautify them by attaching a piece of ribbon to the top. Ta-daa, you have a headache-free technique of preparing your gifts!
Tie and flip
Yes, this is, in short, the technique you must use in order to create the traditional ribbon bow. You can always ask the people in the store to wrap the present for you. But this means that you may have the exact package like others, and this is not perfect. You want a personalised bow and wrap paper. And, in short, after placing your gift in a size-appropriate box, after wrapping it in your favourite wrapping paper, you must place your gift upside down. Then, insert your ribbon beneath, twist at the centre, and then go perpendicularly. After this, you want to flit your gift with the correct side up and create a bow. Yes, that simple!
The clear tape technique
If you lack the skill for the tie and flip technique, you may want to consider a simpler one. Tie a piece of ribbon longitudinally on your gift, secure it by using a small piece of clear tape, do the same for the width of your gift, and then create a bow by using the same ribbon as you did for your gift. The final step is attaching the bow at the centre of your gift by using, you guessed it, a piece of clear tape.