I love buying gifts and wrapping presents for the holidays, but I hate when you can tell what is wrapped by the odd shape of the package. I am not talking about wrapping a small gift inside a bunch of bigger boxes although that is one way to disguise a gift. I used to love wrapping items as large envelopes instead of using those rectangular boxes the store provides for clothing especially for sweatshirts to hoodies that don’t fit in them.
I have many cylinder shipping tubes that I keep for those long presents, so this link helps hide cylinder objects. Many items come in cube-shaped boxes, but sometimes you may want to add some flare to those shapes rather than just the typical wrapping.
I had no idea how to wrap a football and now I want to buy one to wrap up for my boys! I know I am guilty of giving wine bottles in the typical wine bottle bag, so this is a fun way to hide that. Make sure your recipients don’t shake it up though!
When I am in a pinch, I always grab the handy dandy gift bag with tissue paper. I have way more wrapping paper than bags though, so this is a really cute idea to make bags of paper!
I haven’t cut the paper too short in quite a few years, but I’m glad I have this trick now! I also use paper scraps to make labels because somehow I can never find my labels until I have wrapped all the presents.
I know we have all had that large present that is larger than the wrapping paper. Here is a fun way to wrap and cover up those seams.
Let us know your favorite way to wrap odd shaped gifts!