How exciting is Christmas?
There’s so much tinsel and joy! And the carols! Oh, happy days!
The question remains though – however will you wrap the gifts you’ve lovingly purchased for your family and friends?
That’s where this post comes in! I’ll walk you through how I’ve decided to adorn my givings this year. If you follow this tutorial your life can be as amazing as mine. Hashtag, blessed.
Let’s get started!
You will need:
- 1 x Scissors
- Wrapping paper (I purchased mine at Coles, but if you think you’re better than me, you can get something posh)
- Embroidery floss
- Rubber bands
- 1 x hole punch
- 1 x Sharpie (for writing and sniffing)
- 1 x roll of adhesive “sticky” tape
Cut your gift wrap to size and begin wrapping your gift.
You’ll note that I’ll be giving copies of Gina Liano‘s biography ‘Fearless: My Life, My Way’ to my family and friends this year.
It’s very important to me that everyone in my world understands Gina’s genius.
It’s not often we get to have outstanding role models.
Wrap your gift.
I’m going to just assume you’re capable of doing this step, because this tutorial is more about demonstrating how incredible I am than actually teaching you how to do something.
Now you’re ready to prepare your gift tags.
Take a piece of cardboard, and cut it to size.
What size? I have faith in your capacity to figure that out!
Punch a hole in your gift tag.
Make sure you don’t mess it up. THIS IS CRITICAL. If you make a hash of it your best friend will die and your family will stop loving you.
Hoo-wee! You’ve been working hard now, haven’t you?
Sounds as though it’s time for a cup of tea.
NB: Feel free to put some liquor in it, but not MILK. Milk is for infants and women that don’t care about the size of their waist. Remember, nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.
Address your gift card. This is a vital step. Nothing is more awkward than forgetting which gift is for which loved one. How embarrassment!
It’s also a cute idea to leave a sweet Christmas message on the other side of the tag.
Turn it on over and let your love shine through!
Put a rubber band around your gift.
You’re doing a wonderful job, keep it up!
Cut a length of embroidery floss.
Attach your gift card to the rubber band you prepared earlier with a sweet bow. If you’re not sure how to tie a bow, here’s a bow tutorial, because, quite frankly, I’ve lost interest in explaining all of this to you in such vivid detail.
And you’re done! Place your gift under your tree and get ready to drink too much to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour!
For actual tutorials, I enjoy:
- Pip Lincoln