Fold the bottom end of the packing paper up and around the length of the cup. Stuff the other end of the packing paper inside the mug's mouth. If either end is too long to fold or stuff, trim it with a pair of scissors. Double tuck and wrap the mug in packing paper if it is especially valuable or fragile.
Fun way to wrap up a 6-pack for Christmas: wrap the box in wrapping paper, then add tissue around each bottle. Could work for beer, root beer, wine coolers - any holiday or birthday. Handle is still accessible for easy carrying.
How to gift wrap a bottle of whiskyPut it in a gift bag. Simple. Easy. Job done.Wrap it tightly, twisting the paper around the top of the bottle, covering it in sticky tape. Easy, but a giveaway to what's inside.Just hand it to them. They're only after the liquid inside anyway.Dec 17, 2015
Gift Wrapping IdeasLionel Richie love with a cassette tape bow.Cardboard telephone.Get artsy.Very sneaky…wrapped in a bread loaf.Wrap it in a big ball of yarn.Use old jeans.Dec 7, 2014
0:532:24Jane Means shows us how to wrap a bottle - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipI'm using double-sided tape and I'm going to measure the whole length of the bottle and add it toMoreI'm using double-sided tape and I'm going to measure the whole length of the bottle and add it to the folded over piece of paper remove the tape.
Wrap the bottle with a paper fan Simply place your bottle on a piece of wrapping paper with a little extra coverage at the bottom and a lot of extra at the top. Pull the paper around your bottle so it's covered and tape closed. Fold up the bottom paper so the bottom of the bottle is wrapped and tape closed.