Ideas, patterns and tutorials to learn how to wrap gifts

March 13, 2017

Hey! Father’s Day countdown has started! 6 days left! So hurry up, buy a nice thing (novels, graphic novels and comics are always a good idea) and find a nice way to wrap the gift to make it more special for him.
One of our favorites is making a suit and tie using wrapping paper. Let’s take a look to this tutorial to learn how to wrap a box or a book by MundoaParty.

As you can see on the video above, you will need these materials:

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March 2, 2017

Father’s Day is coming in less than three weeks so we are already thinking about gifts and ways to wrap them. Maybe your dad it’s a little bit picky or is really interested in all the products of one store, so maybe it’s a good idea to gave him a gift gard. But giving a gift card it’s a little bit cold or impersonal… isn’t it? We have the perfect solution. Wrap the gift card in a very fancy and cool way, for example, making an origami printed t-shirt!

We have found this tutorial in F de Fifi made by Empaquetando Ando so let’s take a look to the steps:

 

Tutorial to wrap a gift card for father's day, origami t-shirt
 

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January 23, 2017

Yeeey! Three weeks left for Valentine’s Day! So here we are, looking for new ways to wrap a lovely gift. So, we are going to take a look to this video made by Enfemenino Tendencias where she shows us a couple of nice ways to wrap a present making a kimono and a shirt with tie.

To make this envelope, you will need: 

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November 29, 2016

I bet you already know the following situation: you have to wrap a small present in the last minute and you don’t even have a nice paper to wrap it. Don’t panic! I’m sure that you have al least one toilet paper roll at your home. So you’re saved! Take a look at this tutorial to learn step by step how to turn a oilet paper roll into a gift box.

How to wrap a gift using toilet paper roll gift box

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November 15, 2016

Hi everyone! Today we want to face a common problem when you have to wrap a odd-shaped gift…. How yo make it without break the paper? Well, today we are going to watch a video tutorial to learn how to wrap a cone-shaped gift, as a Fofucha doll. So, let’s go!

Empaquetando Ando tell us that the best way is making a bag with the wrapping paper. So, first of all, you have to make a big rectangle and blend one end like a rhombus to make the bag base. Use tape to fix it. Then, you put de cone-shaped gift inside and, on the other end, you fold it twice, make two small holes using a paper piercer and pass through these holes a ribbon or a lace to create a handle or a bow.

So that is it! You have a perfect shaped wrapped present!

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November 2, 2016

Hi everybody! Here we are again to give you some ideas to make your gifts wrappings more awesome.
Today we want to introduce you the felt. As you know, this is a kind of textile, made with wool or synthetic fibres such as acrylic. It’s a textile that it’s easy to work with, so it’s perfect to make DIY projects.
As you’re going to see in the images below, there are plenty of ways to use felt to wrap a gift.,so let’s take a look.

FELT BAG AND FELT BOW

How to wrap a gift with felt and feelt bow
Yeah! as we can see on this image by Artesanias Montejo, felt bags are easy to make and it’s a perfect way to give a bottle of wine or champagne as a gift. If you want, you can also make a flower felt to decorate the bag.

Another way to decorate the box gift it’s making felt bow. Just great.

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October 20, 2016

Christmas is coming and we are ready for it! As you already know, this blog is about wrapping all kind of gifts using plenty of techniques.
Today we want to introduce you the technique named “furokoshi”, wich is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping and they used to use cloth and fabrics to transport clothes, gifts or other goods during his history and tradition.
Now, its a very trendy way to wrap a gift without using paper. So, here you have a tutorial, step by step, to learn a basic way to wrap a book or box using furokoshi.

 

How to wrap a gidft with japanaese furokoshi technique

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