The Art Of Gift Wrapping
If you’re planning on giving the new mommy in your life a luxury gift, the presentation must be just as beautiful as the gift inside.
This can be especially difficult if you’re struggling to wrap plush cashmere baby gifts or a soft baby blanket set.
Here are some essential tips to make your gift wrapping — almost — as good as the present inside.
Choose great wrapping paper
Your premium baby gifts deserve the best wrapping paper on the market. Thin wrapping paper is prone to creasing or
wrinkling in unexpected places, or even tearing. This often ruins the entire presentation of your gift.
Thick wrapping paper with a beautiful design is the best option to present your baby blanket gift. It’s easier to control creases
during the wrapping process and won’t tear like other flimsy gift wraps. On top of that, the thick paper will feel rich and
luxurious to the touch when she opens her present. Just be sure to place your baby blanket gift on the paper before you cut —
this will give you the perfect amount of paper to cover the present. Using too much wrapping paper is a common beginner’s mistake.
When in doubt, use a box
If you’re wrapping a difficult object like a cashmere wrap for babies or a breastfeeding cover, you might want to put it
in a box before you wrap it. Loose gifts made from cashmere are more prone to tearing and puncturing the wrapping paper.
This can be a huge detriment to both the overall look of your gift and the surprise gift inside!
Avoid the potential for punctures by placing flexible or fragile items in a rigid box. Not only will this give you a clean crease
when you wrap your present, but it will also be easier to transport if you have to travel for the holidays.
If wrapping a box is still beyond your gift wrapping capabilities, then use the Internet to your advantage. Video sharing sites
like Youtube have thousands of video tutorials with easy-to-understand, step-by-step instructions.
…Or use a bag!
Bags are a wonderful gift option because you can play with different colors and patterns. They’re easy to carry and you can fill
a bag with just about anything. This makes them a great option for last-minute gifts or multiple items for twins. While twins
only occur in four out of every 1,000 live births, this is still a great option for any new mom. Try experimenting with different
paper tissue to create a fun look for the holidays.
The new mom in your life will love it when she opens her new premium baby gifts. When you have trouble with the art of gift
wrapping, try these tips to improve your presentation.