I think that everybody enjoys giving gifts but not everybody enjoys wrapping them. It is a part of the holiday season for many people, however, so they often do the best that they possibly can.
Of course, I think all of us realize that a well-wrapped gift is going to be better received than one that is simply thrown together at the last minute. That being said, it’s not always something that is within our ability to do.
That is where social media comes in. Many people are sharing their talent for wrapping gifts and you would be surprised with how many different methods there are. Some of them are so unique that it is definitely worth a shot. Others are just simple.
One of the videos that were shared is by a social media user named Lindsay Roggenbuck. She shows how to wrap a gift that has a strange shape.
The gift she wrapped was a stuffed animal and she didn’t try to fit the paper around it. Instead, she used folds in the paper to make a small bag.
Watch her in action in the video below:
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♬ All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
Another issue that many people have is wrapping a tube. This one is covered in another viral video by Lennia, who calls herself the “Folding Queen.”
In her estimation, it has a lot to do with making the ends look as nice as possible.
She demonstrates exactly how in the video, and it turns out great!
Look at how simple it is, too:
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♬ Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Michael Bublé
Do you have a problem measuring just the right amount of paper for the package?
It’s an issue that many of us have, but it’s also one that can easily be overcome, thanks to this video:
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