The coming festive season is around the corner, it’s time for delightful parties and celebrations, which we would want it one of memorable days. A way for worth memories is a nice gift to give.
You might spend time for buying nice presents for the ones you love. Why don’t you spend a little longer to prepare them more interesting by ways of wrapping?
‘Sara’ of SaraBeautyCorner blazes her dazzling ideas on gift wrapping, which MThai English has brought first 3 styles to you.
Let’s start with
For more clear instructions, you can watch on this video at 1:50 – 3:12
All you need is
1. Cardboard 2. Ribbon 3. Scissors 4. Pencil 5. Ruler
1. Sketch a square on the cardboard, which will be the bottom of the pyramid.
2. Draw triangles on each side of the square. Remember to be the same size so the pyramid will be sealed perfectly. Then, draw half oval shapes on the edges of each triangle.
3. Cut the shape out and you should end up with a 4-petal flower.
4. You might go over the pencil lines with a pen and press firmly so that the cardboard will fold perfectly along these lines.
5. Punch the holds on top corners of all 4 triangles.
6. Fold the edges in exactly where we want it.
7. Thread the ribbon through the holes of each side.
8. Finally, pull the ribbon together and make a bow.
For more clear instructions, you can watch on this video at 3:14 – 4:26
All you need is :
1. A4 size white paper 2. String 3. Pencil 4. Scissors
2. Fold the paper a few times to get a triangle.
3. The more time you fold, the more interesting full design in the end but also harder to cut out.
4. Sketch in a design. No right or wrong, just go ahead and have fun with it.
5. Cut the little pieces out.
6. Now it’s time to see how the snowflake looks like when we unfold the paper.
You can see how it’s gonna be like depending on the times you fold it.
7. Decorate it on the package, then tie string or ribbon around the package as usual.
8. Finally, tie it like a bow.
For more clear instructions, you can watch on this video at 8:36 – 9:20
All you need is: 1. A big button 2. String
1. Cut the needed length of string.
2. Thread a button through 2 opposite holes and slide it on the middle of string length.
3. Wrap the string around the package in usual cross style.
4. Lead the ends of the string through the 2 remaining holes of the button.
5. Make a finishing bow on top and trim the excess string out.
Nice, aren’t they?