14 Innovative Ways to Gift Wrap BooksBooks make delightful gifts. Still, one thing that is often missing from book-gifting is the element of surprise. Surprise an unsuspecting giftee not only with a book, but with the fact that they are getting a book. Add to Bag. Tie a big bow around his neck with a card on it, and wrap him in a gift box with holes in it , along with the book. The receiver opens the box, picks up the wriggly puppy with delight, and gets lots of puppy kisses. Check the box again.
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The wrapping basics are pretty simple, and if you want, you can elevate the presentation of your gift with a fun bow or some unique wrapping paper. The best way to wrap your book is to first wrap it in tissue paper. Then, unroll some wrapping paper and lay the book down onto the underside of the paper. Using sharp scissors, make small, quick cuts across the paper in a straight line. Center the book on the paper and then fold in both sides and tape them to the top of the book.
No, no, a thousand times no! Book Riot to the rescue, making sure your presents look as cute as a boot under the Christmas tree. The Pin. This easiest-DIY-on-the planet hole punch, pages from reclaimed kids books, thread, sewing machine [though am sure you could do a looser version of this sans machine] would be the sweetest way to wrap books for kids…. For all the manic pixie dream boys and girls in your life, wrap it up with Madeline and Babar. This blog post includes more great ideas for wrapping books like you are the fanciest princess in the land, including some very well placed peacock feathers.