How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

So, if you have already bought gifts (well, or at least part of the gifts from an endless list) - it's time to start packing them. To do this, we called friends from

Cards for you and me

and asked for a master class. As a result, we got the most detailed (and beautiful) instructions on how to quickly pack a gift.

Here is El Clásico. Following this instruction, you will be able to pack any rectangular solid gift.

Well, of course, we give and pack the book.

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

  1. You will need: a sheet of wrapping paper (in our case, A3 - just right), double-sided tape, scissors, a paper knife, a rope.
  2. Expand the sheet horizontally (white side at the top), put the book on one of the parts of the sheet.
  3. Now we need to mark the places of future bends. To do this, wrap the book in paper, carefully, from beginning to end, ironing the resulting folds.

  4. The indentations for the sidewalls should be the same length as the thickness of the book. Measure them with a ruler, cut off the excess paper.
  5. Fold the edge of the paper and stick double-sided tape on it (it must be glued to the very edge of the fold).
  6. Wrap paper around the book and glue the two sides together. Make sure the edges are the same on all sides.

  7. Now let's get to the ends. Bend the top of the wrapping paper inward (do this on all four sides). You should get four "valves."
  8. Stick double-sided tape on one valve, and bend the second. Do the same with the other edge of the book.

  9. Well that's it, now tie a rope and a bow. The gift is ready.

Did you know that packaging a la "lunch bag" - the perfect way to pack clothes and, in principle, any things that do not hold shape?

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

  1. If you want to pack things - sweatshirts, large scarves - take sheet A2. You will also need double-sided tape, scissors, a paper knife and a ribbon.
  2. We place the sheet horizontally, with the white side up, and bend it so that the width of the colored side is greater than the width of the gift.

  3. We bend the second side of the sheet along the line where the first bend ends. From the bend point, measure a small gap (allowance) for adhesive tape - cut off the excess paper.
  4. On the resulting allowance, glue double-sided tape and glue both sides. You should get a kind of pipe.
  5. Now we need to estimate the width of the bottom of the package - it should also exceed the width of the gift.

    Bend the bottom of the bag and iron the bend.

  6. Straighten the just-bent bottom and bend the sides to the middle to form bends and corners of the bottom. Two folds should be in one line. Do the same on the other side.
  7. Make sure you do everything smoothly.

    Check with a ruler.

  8. Glue tape on each side of the valve and connect all sides.
  9. We put our hands inside and straighten the bag. We iron each fold. The central fold of the sidewall will not be “in that direction” - it needs to be bent inward.

  10. Iron all folds again.
  11. Now we bend the upper part (by the principle of a lunch bag). Everything, the package is ready. If you want, tie a ribbon.

Good old bag will do just fine for packing homemade cookies.

Firstly, it’s simple, but secondly, it’s beautiful.

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

  1. You will need A4 sheet, scotch tape, scissors, paper filler and cookies.
  2. Make a cone.Imagine that you are folding a bag for seeds - for this you need to take with one hand at one corner of the leaf, and with the other hand at the other, the opposite diagonal angle and wind it onto your hand.
  3. To prevent the bag from turning around, fix it with tape: stick one segment on the front side and the other on the back.

  4. The packaging is ready, now go in for baking (we know a great recipe). When you are laying out cookies, first put some paper hay in a bag — it's prettier with it.

How to pack a gift (detailed instructions with photos)

Photographer: Polina Avdeeva

The author of all photos is Polina Avdeeva. Thank you very much for this!

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