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Found the perfect gift? Now all you have to do is wrap it… We know that’s sometimes easier said than done, so we’ve created a step-by-step gift-wrapping guide to help you this festive season.
Make sure that you have everything you need within easy reaching distance. This should include wrapping paper, scissors, sticky tape, ribbon and, of course, the gift that you want to wrap. Cut the wrapping paper to the correct size by measuring it against the gift; remember, you probably don’t need as much paper as you think!
Untidy edges on wrapping paper will make even the best wrapped present look a bit shabby. Make sure that you fold over any rough edges, this will quickly make them look neat and clean.
Fold the wrapping paper tightly over your gift, and secure in the middle with a small piece of sticky tape. Ideally, you want the tape to be in the middle of the gift, not too close to any edges.
To fold the sides, be sure to hold your gift so that it doesn’t slip. First, fold over the top flap of wrapping paper on to the side of the box, creating two little wings at the side.
Flatten the two wings against the side of the box, then fold the remaining triangle of paper up against the box and fasten in place with sticky tape. This will make the sides of the gift look like the back of an envelope. Repeat steps four and five on the other side.
Now your gift is wrapped, all you need to do is add the ribbon! To begin, fold the ribbon around the front edges and bring together at the back of the gift, ideally covering the sticky tape, and twist.
Bring the ribbon up and around the edges back to the front of the gift. Take the separate sides of ribbon underneath the ribbon that’s already there, so that they’re on the opposite side to where they came up from.
Tie the bow on top, the same way that you would tie your shoelaces. Then, tidy up the bow by straightening it up and cutting the ends of the ribbon to your desired length.
All done! Now repeat the above on all your other Christmas gifts…
If you don’t fancy doing any wrapping this Christmas, then take a look at our gift-wrapping service.