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Wrapping Up The Season One of the best parts about the holiday season are the gifts Everybody loves receiving gifts but nobody ever thinks about the wrapping part of the equation Most people dread gift wrapping because they find it too tedious and dull Besides why spend so much time on something when in the end it is just going to be shred to pieces Well no matter what the size of the gift wrapping a present does not have to be boring or drawn on as one might think it does The following shows a few examples of how to wrap common holiday presents A neatly wrapped package can make a great holiday gift extra special Feel free to apply the basic wrapping principals on any present you have to give youll be glad you did First start out by rolling out a nice square of paper for the classic square box Make sure that the pattern desired on the outside of the package remains face down This technique may be used for any rectangular package too After having sufficient paper spread out place the box on it face down Then carefully center it to assure that the paper fits the whole box Next fold the long sides over the box and tape them down Then crisply fold together the ends of the package Now seal the ends shut with a sufficient amount of adhesive tape to keep them closed and resistant to tampering One may chose the time saving attractive pre-made stick-on satin bows to compliment the wrapping The next gift wrap offers a little more challenge than a standard square box This method may be used to wrap circular objects Begin by stretching out a square sheet of wrapping paper but this time start with the package at the end of the paper Now snuggly roll the package over wrapping the paper around it until it is covered
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