Introduction: How to Wrap a Small, Irregular Shaped Objects
I have been done with wrapping gifts for several weeks now, and I always come up with a little something extra a day or two before Christmas. This time I decided to add a small stocking stuffer type gift for my children and their spouses. My Hubby and I decided to introduce our son and sons-in-law to Sugru. So I needed to wrap 4 small packages of Sugru and copies of the instruction booklet (small irregular shaped objects) that came with it. I settled on using empty toilet paper rolls (you know the ones that are in the center of the roll of TP).
So here we go.
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Empty toilet paper roll (raid your recycle bin)
Wrapping paper (your choice)
Curing ribbon (coordinate with paper)
Cut the wrapping paper to go around the tube with at least a 2 inch overlap, with 3 or 4 inches extending from each end.
Put the small irregular shaped objects into the center of the tube.
Fold down one edge of the paper. Wrap the paper around the tube and tape the folded edge down.
Now grab one end of the roll and gently twist it together, wrapping a piece of tape around it to hold it together. Repeat on the other end.
Cut a 6+/- inch piece of curling ribbon and tie it around the end you taped. Repeat with the other end. Curl the curling ribbon.
Add a tag and you are done. Lovely!