Gift Wrapping Guide | 2017

Happy Christmas! Sorry I havn’t posted trough this week up until today, I’ve just not have time enough. However I’m here now, back on track with the good old Sunday posts. So this weekend has been the ultimate Christmas weekend, which I BTW am doing a blogpost on, so stay tuned for that. Yesterday, my friend and I went to town (literally) with the Christmas shopping. Because why buy presents here and there, when you “can” do it “all” in “one trip”. Well, firstly my shoulders are like rocks today (from carrying the bags – believe it or not), secondly I’m still missing tree more people so…. don’t do that.

Now, let’s get started on this post. So for todays post I’ve prepared a Gift Wrapping Guide, because one thing is buying presents, another thing is the wrapping bit. And if you’re like me, you take you’re wrapping game very seriously. I know I could save time, by letting the people working in the shops wrap them, but I find it very cozy doing it by myself. And if you’re the same, then keep on reading!

GIFT BAGS

Gift bags can seriously save any bulky present, because some items are just IMPOSSIBLE to wrap. So a gift bag is the way to go. Another thing you can use them for are, if you’ve  collected a few smaller pieces, you can just toss it all in a gift bag, instead of wrapping every single present. “But how do you make a gift bag look good?” you may ask, well have a look at the pictures below, and you’ll find out…

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BASIC WRAPPING TIPS

These presents may look impressive, but they’re not difficult to wrap in any way. Step one to master wrapping starts with the paper choice. Now for the ribbon, I find it rather important that it goes well with my wrapping paper, otherwise it’s not gonna look very put together. On the picture bellow, I stuck on some stickers in some different red-ish colours. This little trick, made this present look a little more finished then without.

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I feel like it’s rather hard to discribe my gift wrapping, why don’t you just scroll through the pictures, and catch me at the bottom of this page.

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Thank you for reading this post, I hope you’ve found some inspiration. If you’ve enjoyed reading and looking at this post, then make sure to give it a like. Also please let me know in the comments what you’re most exited for, for Christmas. If you don’t want to miss any of my Blogmas posts, then please follow my blog or subscribe with your e-mail. LOTS OF CHRISTMAS WISHES FROM:

Karen W. xx

 

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