Not all gifts are conveniently rectangular. From circular objects like soccer balls, to wine bottles, to teddy bears, to little trinkets that just aren't square enough, sometimes gift-wrapping can present a challenge.The Following tips on how to wrap your oddly shaped gifts will make you an gift-wrap guru in no time.
1. Make Your Own Wrapping Paper "Gift Bag"
You can create an envelope or gift bag that'll fit any weirdly-shaped gift you may be planning to give this year. You just need medium-weight paper, tape, and scissors.
2. Try To Make It More Square
Use a stiff wrapping paper, creasing and smoothing as you go along the edges. Arm yourself with plenty of tape! To avoid tears, choose a thicker or sturdier wrap
3. Wrap It in Tissue Paper
For cylindrical gifts, a base layer of tissue paper can be your saving grace. When combined with a pretty paper, it's one of the neatest (as in, not messy) ways to wrap your to-go coffee mug or any other cylindrically-shaped gift. Don't forget to tie off the ends with ribbon.
A total upgrade on the just stick a bowon it wrapping job, cutely decorating the gift itself, such as turning soda or beer bottles into reindeer, is a great way to make an awkwardly shaped gift more festive without the headache of trying to wrap it.