December 24, 2015 - 8:30 AM
YOU WERE DOING IT WRONG ALL ALONG
Anyone who has ever seen origami knows the Japanese know how to create amazing shapes with a simple fold of a paper, but did you know those same techniques can be used to wrap a gift more quickly and with less paper?
If you have more than a couple boxes to wrap this technique could save you a lot of time. The video below shows a clerk at a department store in Japan wrap two boxes in less than 30 seconds, which is much better than the several minutes I usually spend struggling to wrap a basic box.
So if you’re looking for a little inspiration, or maybe just trying to save a little time so there is more time to sip the eggnog, give this method a try. Be sure to let us know if it worked for you.
Credit: Todd Tripp via YouTube
If that was a bit too fast for you, take a look at the next video, which slows down the process enough for you to follow along.
Credit: cozyandwarm via YouTube
A slower tutorial on how to wrap a present.
Circular objects always seem to cause problems. This video shows you how to expertly wrap your round gifts.
Credit: Howdini via YouTube
Wrapping circular objects.
If for some reason you feel the need to wrap your cat, the next video shows you how. Of course you need a calm cat and a lot of patience to pull this one off.
Credit: MoreFlippyCat via YouTube
How to wrap a cat.
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