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How to Wrap a Present Perfectly (13 Step by Step Gift Wrapping Guides)

So you found the perfect gift. How will you wrap it? (Don't worry, it's easy.) In this guide, you'll learn how to wrap a present perfectly. This post has 13 ways to wrap a gift – from boxes and books to large and cylinder gifts. Let's get started!

How to wrap a present

How to Wrap a Present Perfectly: 13 Gift Wrapping Guides

The anticipation of opening a wrapped gift is what makes it fun. Plus, dressing up a gift with pretty paper, bows and ribbons makes the gift all the more special.

But, what if you’re terrible at wrapping presents? That's a situation that may have you biting your nails.

Stress no longer because we offer you this step-by-step guide to show you how to wrap a present whether it be a box, a gift basket or an odd-shaped gift.

In this guide, will also answer some common questions and share 12 tips about gift wrapping.

So, let’s get started!

How to wrap a box

1. How to gift wrap a box

  • Time required: 5 to 10 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Present, gift wrap, scissors, tape, and optional ribbon, bow and tag
  • Type of gift: A gift in a box such as a coffee maker or drill set
  • Difficulty: Easy

Using a box (with the gift inside) is the most popular way to wrap a gift. If you’ve never wrapped a box, it may seem intimidating, but once you learn how, you’ll see that it’s easy.

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Follow these steps to learn how to wrap a present in a box:

  1. Before you begin wrapping the box, make sure that the present is packaged securely inside. Also, make sure the lid is taped to the box so that it doesn’t come loose during the wrapping process.
  2. On a flat surface, unroll the wrapping paper so that it’s twice as long as the box you’re wrapping. Place the box topside down on the paper about midway between the roll of paper and the far edge.
  3. Take the far edge of wrapping paper and pull it up tautly over the edge of the box. Holding it flat against the box with your finger, use your other hand to smooth out a tidy crease down the length of the box. Secure the paper to the box with tape.
  4. Take the roll of wrapping paper and pull it across the box so that it extends past the already taped edge by a few inches.
  5. Cut the paper in a straight line alongside the roll while holding it firmly.
  6. Take the edge of the paper you just cut and fold it inward about an inch or two to make a tidy crease and then tape it down over the already taped edge. If you have a large box, you may need to use several pieces of tape. Your box should now be completely covered.
  7. Now, it’s time to close up the ends of the box. Use your fingers to push each of the two sides of the paper inward so that it creates a top and bottom triangle-shaped flap. Fold the top flap down so that it’s flush against the box. Secure it with a piece of tape. Fold the bottom flap upward to meet the top flap, creasing it nice and neat as you go. Tape the bottom flap to the top flat. Repeat these steps for the other end of the box.
  8. Add a gift tag and decorate with ribbon, bows, ornaments or other optional embellishments.
How to wrap a book

2. How to gift wrap a book

  • Time required: 5 to 10 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Tissue paper, wrapping paper, scissors, clear tape, and optional ribbon
  • Type of gift: Book (like this coffee book)
  • Difficulty: Easy

You can be creative when wrapping a book as a gift. In addition to regular gift wrap paper, you can use kraft paper and draw, color or paint designs and words on it.

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Whichever way you choose, follow these steps for gift-wrapping a book:

  1. Wrap the book with tissue paper to prevent it from getting damaged from sticky tape. Simply lay out a couple of sheets of tissue paper on a flat surface. Place the book at one edge of the tissue paper and then roll it over and over until the book is completely covered. You can tape the edges and ends if you prefer, but it’s not necessary.
  2. On a flat surface, roll out the wrapping paper so that the white side (or grid side) is facing up. Make sure you have enough paper to cover the entire book, giving yourself an extra one or two inches of wiggle room. Cut the paper in a straight line, parallel to the roll.
  3. Place the book in the center of the wrapping paper. Pull one side of the paper to the middle of the book, tugging slightly to make sure it fits snug and smooth. Tape it down to the tissue paper. Repeat with the other side.
  4. Each of the two ends of the wrapping paper should be overlapping the book at least a couple of inches. At one end, take each of the two corners and fold them toward one another, creating a triangle shape. Make sure this triangle flap is smooth and flat and then pull it snugly over the top of the book. Tape it down securely and repeat with the opposite end.
  5. Add your gift tag and embellish with ribbon, twine, bows, ornaments, or tie-ons.

3. How to wrap cylinder gifts

  • Time required: 5 to 20 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Wrapping paper, tape, scissors, gift, decorations, and optional tissue paper
  • Type of gift: Cylinder-shaped gift such as a thermos
  • Difficulty: Easy to moderate

How to wrap a present if it’s in the shape of a cylinder? This may be your dilemma if you’re giving a candle or thermos flask as a gift to someone.

Well, no worries because you can wrap a cylinder-shaped gift with either the candy wrapper or fan method.

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Before you attempt either of the following methods, make sure you cut enough paper to cover the gift.

The paper should roll completely around the gift, and the end of each side should overlap long enough to reach the middle of the gift if folded over. If you don’t want to put tape directly on the gift, you may wish to wrap it first in a sheet of tissue paper.

Now, you’re ready for either of these methods.

Candy Wrapper Method: 3 Steps

  1. Situate the gift so that it’s flush against one of the long sides of the paper. Tape the edge of the paper to the gift so that it doesn’t slide around while being wrapped. Slowly roll the gift in the paper and add tape down the outside edge of the paper.
  2. Take each end and twist it to make it resemble a wrapped Tootsie Roll.
  3. Decorate with a bow and/or ribbon.

Fan Method: 4 Steps

  1. Roll the gift in the paper like the candy wrapper method and seal the edge with tape.
  2. Fold each end with pleats that resemble a fan shape. Begin with the seam of the wrapping paper and fold it toward the center, smoothing it out into a pleat. Hold down this pleat with one finger while using your other hand to repeat the previous step with the next small section of the paper. Keep doing this as you move around the gift and end where you first began.
  3. Trim off any excess paper with scissors. You can also cut out a circle of wrapping paper that measures the diameter of the cylinder and tape it to the end of the gift to conceal any blemishes.
  4. Finish up with your choice of decorations.

4. How to wrap a round gift

  • Time required: 5 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Gift, wrapping paper, ribbon, optional cloth sack or pillowcase
  • Type of gift: Sphere-shaped such a basketball or football
  • Difficulty: Easy

So, you want to give a college student a soccer ball as a gift?

Wrapping a round gift might seem tricky, and you could go super easy routes like putting the gift in a gift bag. Or, you could put the gift inside a cloth sack or decorative pillowcase and tie the top with ribbon.

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But, if your heart is set on wrapping the gift in wrapping paper, just use these three simple steps:

  1. Before you begin, make sure the wrapping paper is long and wide enough to cover the present before wrapping it.
  2. Place the gift in the center of the wrapping paper. Take the long ends of the paper and pull them up above the gift and hold them together with one hand.
  3. Use the other hand to pull up the shorter sides and gather all four sides in one hand, giving them a little bit of a twist so that they stay together. Now, you can wrap a ribbon around the twisted area. Voila! It’s that easy!

5. How to wrap a gift basket

  • Time required: 5 to 10 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Gift basket, wrapping paper, scissors, ribbon, twine or rubber band
  • Type of gift: Gift basket
  • Difficulty: Easy

You may wish to cover a gift basket in wrapping paper before giving it to someone for the element of surprise so that they can’t see what’s inside it until they open it. If you prefer this method, an easy way to do it is to wrap it like a sack.

  1. Make sure your gift basket is completely filled with whatever goodies you wanted to put into it. Then, roll out enough wrapping paper so that it’s twice the size (length and width) of the gift basket and cut it with scissors.
  2. Place the gift basket in the center of the wrapping paper. Take two opposite corners of the paper and pull them up above the top of the basket, holding them together in one hand.
  3. With your other hand, pull up another corner and tuck it into together with the two that are in your hand. Repeat with the last remaining corner.
  4. Make sure that all corners meet together above the basket and completely cover it. Now, you can twist all four corners gently together, creating the “neck” of the sack and then secure it with twine or even a rubber band. Cover the twine or rubber band with a piece of ribbon around the neck of the sack, and you’re all done!

6. How to wrap a gift basket with cellophane

  • Time required: 3 to 15 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Arranged gift basket, printed or clear cellophane, transparent tape, scissors, twist tie (or twine, tinsel cord, ribbon), blow dryer
  • Type of gift: Gift basket
  • Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Wrapping up a gift basket with cellophane is an attractive way to present a gift to someone, but it also looks complicated. How to wrap a present with cellophane without creating a mess?

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Arrange all the items and filler in the gift basket as you want them and then follow these steps:

  1. Unroll the cellophane on a table or other flat surface. Place the basket in the center and make sure you have about a foot (30 cm) of cellophane extending from the back and front of the basket. This will leave you with a few inches of cellophane on each of the sides. After you have your measurements, you can cut the cellophane.
  2. Take each of the long sides and pull them straight up to meet in the middle above the basket. Gently press the cellophane against the front and back sides of the basket.
  3. The left and right sides will probably be sticking out a little now, so just tuck them in against the basket or pull them downward and secure with tape.
  4. Gather the cellophane at the top to form a neck and secure it with tinsel cord, ribbon or twine. Fluff the top out and adjust it to suit your preference.
  5. Use a blow dryer to shrink wrap the cellophane against the gift basket.
  6. Add a gift tag and any other embellishments.
Tip: If you have a really large gift basket, you will need to cut another sheet of cellophane the same size as the first. Place it under the basket crosswise from the other sheet. This sheet will cover the sides.

For a faster and easier method of wrapping a gift basket with cellophane, use a clear cellophane gift bag. Just place the gift basket inside the bag and then tie the top together with a twist tie, twine, tinsel or ribbon.

How to gift wrap a mug

7. How to gift wrap a mug

  • Time required: 6 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Mug, tissue paper, printed or colored cellophane, twist tie
  • Type of gift: Coffee or tea mug
  • Difficulty: Easy

Gift wrapping a mug can be awkward because of the handle jutting out from the side.

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Follow these steps to create a beautifully wrapped mug.

  1. Holding the mug in an upright position, place it in the middle of one or two sheets of unfolded tissue paper.
  2. Pull up all four corners of the tissue paper over the top of the mug and cinch them together with a rubber band, twist tie, twine, or pipe cleaner.
  3. Lay out enough cellophane to cover the entire mug. In this case, color-tinted or printed cellophane is recommended for an attractive, festive appearance.
  4. Place the mug in the center and wrap the mug with the cellophane the same way you did with the tissue paper, pulling up all four corners above the top of the mug.
  5. Gather the top of the cellophane together with the bunched tissue paper and tie it all together with a ribbon.
Tip: Before you tie the cellophane with a ribbon, use a hole puncher to make a hole in a gift tag and run the ribbon through it.
How to wrap a gift with a ribbon

8. How to wrap a gift with ribbon

  • Time required: 5 to 10 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Gift, ribbon, scissors, optional tape
  • Type of gift: Ribbon/Bow
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Nothing dresses up a present like a beautiful ribbon tied in a bow. It adds the perfect touch to an anniversary or retirement gift.

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Here’s how to wrap a present with ribbon:

  1. Determine how much ribbon you’ll need by measuring the height of the gift from the top to the base and the length across the top of the gift. Cut the ribbon with scissors after measuring it.
  2. Pinpoint the center of the ribbon by pulling the two ends of it together and grasping the halfway point between your fingers. Place the halfway point of the ribbon over the middle of the gift and make sure it stays in place as you continue the next steps. (You may need to secure it with a small piece to tape.)
  3. Pull the ribbon around the side edges in a vertical direction, bringing it to the center of the backside of the gift. Twist the ribbon at the back center and then bring it back around to the front side in a horizontal direction.
  4. Tie the ribbon in a knot beneath the vertical center. Then, pull the ribbon around the vertical section and tie another knot.
  5. Tie a bow with the two loose ends. Make a loop of one end, holding it at the base. Lift up the other loose end and bring it around the loop, then under and through it. Give it a tug to make sure the bow is taut. If the bow looks a little crooked, you can adjust it by fluffing it up or tugging on the tails.

9. How to wrap wine glasses for a gift

  • Time required: 5 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Wine glasses, tissue paper, cellophane, ribbon,
  • Type of gift: Wine glasses
  • Difficulty: Easy

Gift wrapping wine glasses for a gift is quick and easy with these two simple steps:

  1. For best results, wrap each wine glass separately. Situate one wine glass in the center of a couple of sheets of tissue paper. Lift up on all four corners of the tissue paper to bring them above the top of the glass. Bunch the four corners and tie them together.
  2. Lay out a sheet of cellophane and wrap it up and over the glass the same way you did with the tissue paper. Tie the cellophane and tissue paper together with a ribbon. Repeat the process with the other wine glass.
Tip: Create a little color by filling the wine glasses with multi colored candies.

Safer Wine Glass Gifting: Pack in a box. Alternatively, you can take a box large enough to hold two wine glasses and fill it with shredded tissue paper or some other filler. Add the wine glasses and wrap it all up.

10. How to gift wrap a shirt

  • Time required: 5 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Shirt, wrapping paper, tape, scissors, bow, gift tag
  • Type of gift: Shirt
  • Difficulty: Easy

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The easiest way to wrap a shirt is to place it in a box and wrap the box. But, if you don’t have a box suitable for the shirt, you can wrap it by following these steps:

  1. Arrange the shirt flat in a neat, flat position by folding the sleeves and sides toward the back. Then, fold the shirt in half with the front collar facing upward.
  2. Roll out enough wrapping paper to cover all sides of the shirt.
  3. Lay the shirt in the middle of the wrapping paper with the front of the shirt facing down. Fold the two sides of the paper over so that they meet in the middle. Secure the seam together with tape.
  4. At one end, of the shirt, fold the corners of the wrapping paper inward so that they create a triangle shape. Now, fold the triangle up over the wrapped shirt and secure with tape. Repeat this step on the other end.
  5. Turn the wrapped shirt over and attach a gift tag and bow. That’s it!

11. How to gift wrap a bottle (5 methods)

  • Time required: 5 to 15 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Bottle, wrapping paper, tissue paper, cellophane, ribbon, bow, gift bag, box, cardboard tube
  • Type of gift: Bottle
  • Difficulty: Easy to moderate

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Check out these five cool ways you can wrap a bottle:

  1. The fastest and easiest way to wrap a bottle is to put it inside a gift bag that’s padded with filler and tissue paper.
  2. Wrap the bottle like a wrapped Tootsie Roll. Cut enough wrapping paper to extend several inches past the base and neck of the bottle. Roll the paper around the bottle and twist each end to resemble wrapped candy. Tie a ribbon on each end.
  3. Conceal the bottle inside a narrow box such as a shoebox. Wrap the box in gift wrap paper and add a bow and ribbon.
  4. Wrap the bottle in multicolored tissue paper and cellophane. Pull up all the corners of both the paper and cellophane and cinch them together at the neck of the bottle with a ribbon.
  5. Put the bottle inside a cardboard tube, which can be found at the post office or office supply stores. Secure the endcaps to the tube with tape. Wrap the cardboard tube with gift wrap paper and add a bow.
How to wrap presents

12. How to wrap a large gift

  • Time required: 15 to 20 minutes
  • Supplies needed: Box with gift inside, wrapping paper, clear tape, scissors, ribbon, measuring tape or twine
  • Type of gift: Large box like one holding a life-size doll
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Wrapping a large box often requires extra sheets of wrapping paper, which means visible edges and hard work to prevent a messy appearance.

These six steps will help you fly through the wrapping process with a beautiful end result.

  1. Unroll the wrapping paper on a flat surface and place half of the box on the paper, making sure the paper extends a few inches past the box edges. Now, you can cut the paper.
  2. Bring the edges of the paper up over the top of half the box and secure it with tape. Fold the open ends inward and crease them so that they form bottom and top triangle flaps. Tape the flaps where they meet together.
  3. Repeat the above steps for the other half of the box.
  4. Measure the width of the box with a measuring tape or twine. Cut a piece of wrapping paper that’s as long as the width of the box.
  5. Wrap the extra sheet of paper around the middle of the box to hide the seam where the first two pieces of paper meet and secure with tape.
  6. Wrap a ribbon around each of the two hard edges of the middle sheet of paper. You’re all done! Now you have a large box that’s beautifully wrapped with no visible edges.
How to gift wrap

13. How to wrap a gift in duct tape

  • Time required: 1 minute
  • Supplies needed: Gift, wrapping paper, duct tape, scissors, ribbon
  • Type of gift: Any size or
  • Difficulty: Easy

Aside from dropping a gift in a gift bag, this is the easiest way to wrap a gift. It's also the ugliest and most likely to say “you don't really matter to me”.

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  1. Lay the gift on the wrapping paper.
  2. Fold the paper around the gift.
  3. Generously wrap duct tape around the gift, making sure to leave at least some of the paper visible.
How to wrap a present perfectly

12 Gift Wrapping Tips

Here are answers to some of the most common questions about gift wrapping and preparing presents. These tips will help you make your gifts look great – and with much less stress.

How much paper do I need to wrap a box?

You know what happens if your wrapping paper is too small. You get gaping sections where the paper doesn’t quite meet together.

If you have too much paper, you end up with bulky folds. Refer to the following calculations for measuring the perfect amount of wrapping paper for a box.

  • Width: The width of your wrapping paper needs to equal the width of the box plus double the height. For example, if you have a 12-inch box that’s three inches in height, the width of your wrapping should be 18 inches (12+3+3=18).
  • Height: Your wrapping paper needs to be tall enough to wrap around the box plus one to three inches more to cover overlap. As an example, if your box is three inches high and four inches deep, the height of your wrapping paper should be 16 inches tall (3+4+3+4+2=16).
How to wrap a present without wrapping paper

How do you wrap a present without wrapping paper?

If you don’t have any wrapping paper on hand, or if you just want to try something different and want to know how to wrap a present without traditional gift wrap, you can use items such as:

  • Newspaper
  • Comic strip pages
  • Coloring book pages
  • Sheet music
  • Colored duct tape
  • Multicolored yarn or ribbons
  • Fabric
  • Decorative handkerchief(s)
  • Map
  • Aluminum foil
  • Kraft paper or brown grocery bags

Additionally, you can put a gift inside a repurposed container and decorate it. Some examples include:

  • A mason jar
  • A laundry basket
  • Pringles potato chip can
  • Empty paper towel roll
  • Empty cereal box
  • A purse or tote

How do you wrap a stroller for a baby shower?

If the stroller is unassembled inside a box, you can wrap the box with a baby shower theme wrapping paper. But, if you’re crafty, you can wrap the box with a crib sheet (or two).

Simply fit the elastic corners of the crib sheet over the corners of the box like you would a mattress and keep it snug on the box by securing the sheet edges together with safety or diaper pins.

How do you wrap a present with wired ribbon?

Don’t be intimidated by that snazzy wired ribbon. With the following steps, you’ll know how to wrap a present with wired ribbon in no time.

  1. Measure and cut enough of the ribbon to reach completely around the ribbon. Wrap it around the present and secure the ends together with tape or hot glue.
  2. Cut another piece of ribbon the same size as the first one plus a little extra length to allow for a knot. Wrap this ribbon around the gift perpendicular to the first ribbon and tie the ends once, pulling at a 90-degree angle.
  3. Either make your own bow out of the wired ribbon or use a pre-made bow to place down over the section where the ribbon is tied. Trim the loose edges of the ribbon and adjust it so that it suits you.
How to wrap gifts

How long does it take to wrap a present?

Anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes, depending on the type of gift and your skill level. Once you have all your supplies organized and your paper measured out and cut, it usually doesn’t take long to wrap a present.

Wrapping a box may take about five minutes while something more complicated like wrapping a gift basket or cylinder-shaped gift may take up to 15 or 20 minutes.

How do you make a bag out of wrapping paper?

If you don’t have a gift bag on hand, you can easily make one with wrapping paper.

  1. Unroll enough paper to double the size of the gift and cut it.
  2. Lay the paper on a flat surface with the printed or colored side facing downward. Fold both sides of the paper inward so that they create a seam in the middle. Tape over the seam.
  3. Fold one end of the paper upward to form the bottom of the bag. After folding it, slightly open it so that you can see the inside. Use your fingers to flatten the corners down, forming a diamond shape.
  4. Fold both the bottom and top corners of the diamond shape so that they meet together in the center. Secure all the folded edges with tape.
  5. Turn the bag upside down and use a hole puncher to make holes in the edges of the top of the bag. Now, your bag is ready to open and place a gift inside. Loop a ribbon through the holes to close the bag.

How do you wrap champagne in cellophane?

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  1. Spread out two layered sheets of tissue paper. Place the champagne bottle in the center at an angle so that the neck of the bottle faces one of the corners.
  2. Lift the bottom right corner of the tissue paper and fold it inward towards the base of the champagne bottle.
  3. Now lift up the upper right corner of the tissue paper and fold it over the top of the champagne bottle.
  4. While firmly holding the bottom of the tissue paper, roll the champagne bottle long ways from right to left until it’s totally covered.
  5. Cut out enough cellophane to cover the entire champagne bottle. Place the bottle in the center of the cellophane and roll it, making sure to leave 2 to 3 inches of overlapping cellophane at the base. Secure the cellophane down with tape.
  6. At the base of the champagne bottle, fold in the overlapping cellophane and tape it down so it’s flat against the base.
  7. Stand the wrapped champagne bottle upright and bunch together the tissue paper and cellophane that’s at the top. Give it a twist or tape it so that it holds together. Tie a ribbon around the neck, and you’re finished!

Do you wrap gifts for a baby shower?

Traditionally, yes, you do wrap gifts for a baby shower. However, there is a growing trend now where gifts are requested to be either wrapped in clear wrap or not wrapped at all.

Additionally, gifts at these popular baby showers are put on display with attached tags from the givers.

The reason for these new baby showers is to save all the time it takes for a mother to open each and every gift. This also eases any discomfort for the mother or guests, and everyone will have more time to socialize.

Can you print your own wrapping paper?

Yes, you can print your own wrapping paper using your computer and printer. For best results, you’ll need to use the thinnest paper you can find.

Line up photos or illustrations on a standard 8.5 x 11 sheet and simply print them out. You can also choose gift wrap designs from programs found online.

For large gifts, you can combine sheets of paper with repeating patterns.

Gift wrapping ideas

What can I use for wrapping paper?

If you don’t have any wrapping paper, don't worry because there are plenty of other items you probably have on hand to dress up a gift.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Leftover wallpaper
  • Kraft paper
  • Paper grocery sacks
  • Baskets (laundry, weaved, etc)
  • Newspaper
  • Tins, mason jars, cans
  • Fabric scraps
  • Maps
  • Pillowcases
  • Blankets, towels, or scarves
How to wrap a necklace

How do you wrap a necklace?

A necklace can be a delicate item to wrap because it’s so easy to get tangled up and damaged, but here are a couple of creative ways to wrap a necklace.

  1. Lay the necklace on a piece of cotton batting and secure it with clear tape. Now, you can place the necklace and cotton batting inside a box and wrap the box.
  2. Loop a ribbon through the necklace. Holding one end of the ribbon, slip the necklace and the other end of the ribbon through an empty paper towel holder. Pull the end of the ribbon out from the other side of the holder and tie it with the end in your hand. Wrap the roll holder with wrapping paper.

How do you pack earrings for shipping?

  1. Cut out a square piece of card stock that’s just a little larger than the earrings. Using a straight pin, punch two tiny holes in the top part of the square card to attach dangling earrings.
  2. For stud earrings, punch two holes in the center of the card. Insert the studs on the front side and secure the clutches on the backside.
  3. Place a piece of tape across the hooks or clutches to hold them in place on the backside of the card. Wrap the earring card with a piece of tissue paper.
  4. Put the earring card into a small jewelry box so that it doesn’t slide around. Tape the lid to the box.
  5. Place the small jewelry box inside a larger box, surrounded by packing materials such as bubble wrap, peanuts, or shredded paper. Tape the box up, and you’re ready to ship.

Quick Gift Wrap Hacks

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Wrapping It All Up

So, now that you have this guide to show you how to wrap a present, you have no reason to sweat when you want to give a gift to someone.

We hope this guide can be a resource for you to refer to again and again for all your gift wrapping questions.

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Dena Haines is co-editor of EnjoyJava! - and is working to make it the best coffee blog in the world. Ambitious, right? She is a travel blogger and content marketer. She is also co-founder of GudGear (an outdoor adventure blog) and Storyteller Media (content marketing for travel brands). Work with Bryan and Dena.

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