Gift Wrap the Japanese Style Way

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Japanese Gift Wrap Style
Gift Wrap Japanese Style

Photo Credit: RougeShop

I can’t wait to try this with my presents this year. This way to gift wrap a box seems pretty simple. I wonder how it would work if your present isn’t in a box, but it’s odd-shaped? Even if I have to wrap those the regular way, this looks like it would be a time saver for boxes at least. I also have a big box to wrap up. Hopefully it will save time with that! See what you think. Watch the video, How to Do a Japanese Gift Wrap, by “Rouge Shop,” below & then try it yourself.

UPDATE: I followed the steps myself last night. It was a good time to try & wrap my husband’s presents since he was out. To be honest, it took me a couple tries, but by my third box, I had it down. I don’t know that it was any quicker than the old fashioned way (once I mastered it), but it definitely did result in a neater outcome. It actually looks like a professional wrapper did it! If you try this gift wrap method this year, let me know how it goes for you. And no. I didn’t wrap it in a scarf after 😉

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