Ideas, patterns and tutorials to learn how to wrap gifts

February 6, 2017

Hi everyone! One week lef to Valentine’s Day, so here we are with another tutorial to learn how to wrap a gift for this special day. In this case, the creator, soniartybelleza, is using cellophane and you already know that this material it’s a little bit tricky. Let’s take a look:

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December 9, 2016

Today we are going back to the base: wrap a gift in a box in a easy and fast way. It seams simple, but it’s full os small tricks, so let’s take a look to this video by Chaine Scotch® 3M

  • The tutorial has the texts in French, so I’m going to try to translate it. What do we need?
    Nice wrapping paper (It’s better if it’s not a stripped wrapping paper)
  • Big scissors
  • Tape (It’s better if you can use Scotch Magic Tape)

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November 21, 2016

I’m sure that the most part of us have lived a difficult situation when you have to wrap a present in the last minute… and you don’t have even a wrapping paper!

So you have these 7 amazing tricks to wrap a gift using materials and objects that you already have in your home, so let’s we take a look to this video by Hacking Life

The first one is use a paper cup to make a small paper box, you only have to cut the top in strips and fold them.

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September 26, 2016

Hi everyone and welcome to my new blog How to Wrap a gift! This blog, as his name says, it’s about different ways, materials and techniques to wrap a present. Sometimes, the envelope is better and most important than the gift itself beucase it shows the care you put on it, not only the money you have spent.

One of the most demanded tutorials is how to wrap a gift using cellophane. Usually it’s a transparent and rigid material and is not very easy to work with. However, there are differents tricks to make it easier, as we can see in this video tutorial by CraftyElfWorkshop

 

 

Cellophane paper is used to wrap baskets (with food or beauty products) because they are big and with a very particular shape. If we use gift paper, it would be broken so fast, so it’s recommended to use cellophane. We can use it to wrap a coffe or tea mug or even a candle holdes, as we see on the video.

Another improtant thing when you wrap a gift with cello it¡s the ribbon. You have to put one to tie the cello on the top and to decorate the envelope with a touch of colour.

In the following posts we are show you how to make a ribbon DIY in order to reach the perfect packaging, so pay attention!

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