My 2018 Gift Wrapping Tutorial

I’m all about efficiency, and wrapping gifts is the ultimate test of how efficient one can be. This year, I finished all my wrapping in under an hour with nothing but scissors and some tape. Not even a glue gun was involved! I chose to go with the pastel candy color scheme because it fits well with my Candy Cane tree from Treetopia.

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Materials:

Click HERE for the Candy Cane Christmas tree!

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First, I boxed up all the gifts. Then, I wrapped them neatly in gift wrap. I suppose you don’t need help with these first two steps! :D The interesting part comes next.

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I then cut just enough ribbon to wrap around the length of the gift box, cut a piece of tape, and tape down where the two ends of the ribbons meet. Don’t worry - the tape will be covered by the bow later!

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After taping down the ribbon, I loop the name tag through the ribbon and tie a knot with the twine. Pro tip: tape down the twin knot BEHIND the ribbon so the name tag stays in place and looks seamless.

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Finally, I just clip on the bow! It’s actually a hair clip so you don’t need any adhesives to attach it to the ribbon. Efficient, right?!

There are so many ways you can arrange this. I hope you give it a try! If you find it helpful in any way, make sure you share it on your Pinterest so others can benefit from it as well!

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