I’m a gift wrapping pro and have loads of tips for tricky presents – here’s how to wrap every weird shape there is | The Sun

GIFT wrapping can prove to be quite a challenge for most of us. 

Struggling to get the right length of wrapping paper. 

Endlessly losing the scissors. 

And trying to figure out how to hold your gift still and tape it with just two hands. 

But sometimes when you have gone the extra mile for someone's Christmas gift you want the exterior to reflect what's inside.

If this is all you, take some tips from a Christmas wrapping pro.

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Makelifesimpler_ is a home organisation account. 

The account user shares home organisation tips and hacks. 

They're also a gift wrapping genius and have the best hacks for wrapping Christmas gifts. 

In a recent video the account user shared how to wrap a cylindrical gift. 

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First measure out the wrapping paper the width of your gift. 

Then cut horizontal lines across the width of your wrapping paper on both sides.

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Once you’ve tied the wrapping paper around your gift you can bend her strip around the circle at both the top and bottom of your gift.

If you wish you can add a little bow on top for decoration.

But the account user hasn’t stopped there. 

Many of us have come across much more difficult shaped gifts to wrap. 

To show you can wrap just about anything the account user shared a video of them wrapping a fish toy.

First they measure the width, length and height of the gift in wrapping paper with room to spare.

Then fold one side of the paper so it creates a box style base. 

For the top roll the paper over a few times and punch to holes in the roll and pull through some string. 

This string can be tied to create a bow and a handle. 

This way your gift is wrapped, secure and no one will be able to tell what is until they open it.

Viewers loved the video which has over 540,00 views. 

One commenter said: “I don’t love anyone enough to put in this much effort”. 

Another said: “Now that’s an economical and smart way to wrap a gift.”

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