I’ve begun my wrapping however as always it’s not ‘all wrapped up’, it’s not ‘In the bag’ and it’s definitely not ‘a wrap!’ – OK I’ll stop with the puns I know they are really bad.
So for that reason I will be heading over and joining Scotch UK for their first National Wrapping day which is almost here.
They have a whole new website dedicated to National Wrapping Day – it’s full of wrapping hints and tips, instructional videos from ‘Gift Wrap Guru’ Jane Means and is also currently rammed with competitions – why not head on over and enter, get some tips on folding the perfect corners while you are there.
If you want tips on wrapping presents with the help of children you can find that in my post – A helping hand with the Christmas Wrapping.
When do you wrap all your presents?
I admit I used to leave mine until Christmas eve but I’ve learnt a lesson from that the hard way when I ran out of wrapping paper and didn’t want to brave the shops for obvious Christmas rush madness – Sorry to all of you who had unwrapped presents, although tin foil does work well should you ever be in the same position.
Disclaimer: This post is written in collaboration with Scotch UK – you can follow them on Facebook for further details of National Wrapping Day