During the festive season of Christmas, the act of giving takes center stage, and on occasion, a meticulously adorned present can evoke a sense of anticipation akin to the treasures it holds within.
Witnessing a pile of flawlessly wrapped presents with harmonizing paper and tidy ribbons is an immensely gratifying experience. For those who dare to be adventurous, embellishments such as tinsel, sprigs of holly, or even more tinsel can be added for an extra touch of decoration.
Although a traditional cube or rectangle may result in a beautifully presented gift, opting for a more uniquely shaped object can add an element of surprise. Take, for instance, biscuit tins and selection boxes, which can pose a packaging challenge and may not appear as aesthetically pleasing beneath the Christmas tree if your wrapping skills aren’t up to par.
In our quest for the perfect gift wrapping technique, we sought the wisdom of Wrapsody’s gift wrapping maestros. They graciously shared their expertise on the art of wrapping cylindrical shapes, sparing us from the tangle of unruly edges.
Follow our step by step guide below or watch the full video at the top of this page to find out how.
How to wrap a biscuit tin
You’ll require a few items and components to begin, and then you can follow our clear, step-by-step manual.
What you require:.
Begin by folding the shorter edge downwards and securing it with double-sided adhesive tape. Proceed to envelop the paper around the curved edge, ensuring a tight seal by using the tape.
STEP 2: Start folding the paper in a pleating style. Go around one side of the tin.
STEP 3: Once done, seal with sticky tape, and add a rounded disk shaped piece of wrapping paper to hide any mess.
STEP 4: Repeat the procedure on the opposite side.
To embellish: Incorporate some ribbon, without a doubt!
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