Christmas Gift Wrapping Hacks

Christmas Gift Wrapping Hacks

With only a mere few weeks until Christmas day, it’s time to slowly start wrapping some of the gifts you have bought for friends and family.

To us, wrapping presents is just as exciting as unwrapping them. However, we sometimes do find ourselves quite dumbfounded with how to wrap some of the more tricky-shaped objects such as wine bottles or gift baskets, for example.

That is why we have teamed up with Post-it®, Scotch® and Command™ to put together this blog post to help guide you on how to wrap some of the more precarious presents you’ve purchased.

What you’ll need for all of these gift wrapping tutorials:

Bon-Bon style wrapping:

For those smaller boxed gifts, opt for wrapping your gift in a bon-bon wrapping style. See the entire how-to at Oh Happy Day



Gift wrapping bottles:

For those gifting a wine or spirit bottle, try this nifty wrapping hack via Nashville Wraps

Re-purposing leftover fabrics:

For those odd-shaped boxes, such as circular boxes, use leftover fabrics to wrap those fiddly-shaped presents. For the full tutorial, visit Birchbox


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For a quick and easy gift wrapping solution:

Speed up your wrapping skills with this 20-second wrapping guide!

Cool gift wrapping for the kids – Reindeer Brown Paper Bag:

For all the steps, visit Line Across


Let the kids DIY their own –

Why spend the time crafting your own present paper when you can get the gift receiver to do it themselves? This is a great way to let their creative juices flow and also get them excited and guessing as to what’s inside! All you need is plain white paper, some scotch sticky tape, scissors and a small batch of BIC Crayons


Piñata inspired present wrapping:

Add a little creative and colourful flair with this piñata inspired wrapping via Oh Joy


Create your own Christmas gift bag:

Have run out of Christmas gift bags but plenty of wrapping paper leftover? Try this tutorial today via Birchbox


Re-using used toilet rolls:

If like us, you’re enviro-friendly then why not re-purpose used toilet rolls as mini-gift wrapping for those small presents. Follow the DIY here


Christmas decoration hacks:

Save on your Christmas decorations by purchasing a Christmas hole punch pattern like a Christmas tree or snowflake, for example. For a variety of free paper samples, visit your local hardware store to collect paint samples for free.


Scotch® has teamed up with ‘Gift Wrap Guru’ Jane Means for a second time to celebrate National Wrapping Day, find out more by clicking below:


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