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Posted by on Dec 19, 2015 in Holidays, Parties and Occasions, Christmas | 0 comments

Gift Wrap Ideas

Gift Wrap Ideas

According to history, the gift wrapping tradition originated in China and the first ever gift wrap was invented in 1919. In today’s generation, a lot of gift wrapping designs and techniques are introduced. But not everyone knows how to do them. Thus, here are our latest gift wrapping ideas that are easy to learn! We featured video tutorials that you can watch and we included the gift wrapping items you need! Prepare your gift wrap and scissors because it’s time to make presents extra special.

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PEACOCK GIFT WRAPPING STYLE

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This gift wrapping style features a Japanese inspired look. Perfect for gifts that are square shaped. The things you need will be a decorative craft ribbon and square box to place in your gifts.

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Credits to Paper Guru

MINI GIFT ORIGAMI BAG

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Now this gift wrapping style is suitable for small gifts! It gives an adorable impression. The items you need will be a perfect square paper. Please don’t use rectangular shaped papers. Every side of the paper should be equal. And of course, string ribbons.

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Credits to Handmade

PLEATING GIFT WRAP DESIGN

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The pleating gift wrap is mostly used by gift givers. But still, not everyone knows how to do it. It’s best for gifts that are inside rectangular boxes. The most important things you need will be a clear tape and a double sided tape.

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Credits to: Paper Guru

CREATIVE GIFT WRAPPING FOR DIFFICULT SHAPED ITEMS

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This is probably our favorite gift wrapping technique. The items used to wrap the items are paper cups , tissue paper, and kitchen paper rolls! This is the best reason to recycle those items that you’ve used in the kitchen. You just need some craft ribbons to add accent.

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Credits to Dave Hax

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