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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Blogmas Day Fourteen - Christmas wrapping tips and tricks

for todays blogmas post we are going to give you some of our tips and tricks on how to make your Christmas wrapping look unique, festive and perfect. We decided to write a blogmas post on this as we think that it will help some of you who need some tips on how to make your Christmas wrapping look and be even better.

The first thing that we recommend is getting some really good quality Christmas wrapping paper, you can buy this from any card shop or retail shop that has Christmas decorations. this will be better than buying really cheap paper as it can rip when you are wrapping your presents so having a little bit more expensive wrapping paper with reduce the chance of it ripping and it normally looks better as the detailing is nicer. You can get so many colours of wrapping paper from a variety of places but we have really liked the look of the paper chase and John Lewis wrapping paper as they are not over the top and they look really classy.

We also think that if you do not want to get wrapping paper with a pattern on it or wrapping paper in a certain colour, that brown paper looks really nice and it looks thought out and planned. It also gives it a classy look.

The second thing to make your presents look like you have put a lot of effort in is tying string or ribbon around your presents. This makes it look even better and sometimes this can hide the wrapping if it doesn't look as well as you wished. This also adds to the tension and excitement of what you have brought the person as it will take longer to unwrap. You can get ribbon or string from a huge variety of places and it is usually really reasonably priced.

The third thing that you are going to need are name tags. You can get many types of name tags like ones that stick on to the wrapping paper of the present or ones that are card and have a piece of string tied to them. We like both types of tags as you can make them really personal to the person you are giving the presents too. There are so many places were you can get present tags from like online or in card shops.

A tip we have for you when you are wrapping your Christmas presents to give friends or family is to get all the sellotape cut and ready for you to use quickly as when you have wrapped the paper around the present, the last thing that you want is to try and cut sellotape as this could make the paper unwrap and you would have to start again.

Another tip is to make sure you label the present that you have wrapped first before you move on to the next present as you might forget which present is for who, especially if you are using the same wrapping paper for everyone.

That is all of the tips and tricks that we have for you for todays blogmas post. Please leave a comment below if you have any tips and tricks so that we can try them when we wrap our presents. Don't forget to follow all of our social medias to keep up to date on what we are up too. Thank you for reading and we will see you tomorrow for blogmas day fifteen,

ThePolkaDotDaffodil X

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