A good christmas present to give coworkers

You could try chocolate. You can get cheap chocolate that looks very posh. But costs alot less! Some other ideas are... Candles Bath Bombs Candle Holders Photo frame (could but a picture in to personalise it) Mug/Cup (One year i got plain mugs and painted them with these special pens) Hope that helped =]

The ideal christmas present for a teenage boyfriend

Maybe, the ideal answer would be finding something about one of his favorite hobbies. For example, if he has a favorite band or singer you could get him a CD that he doesn't already have, or go for the standard mixed tape thing if you wanted to. You could also get him movies or video games etc. like everyone else said. If you want something cheap yet heartfelt, maybe a nice pic of the two of you together (in a frame of course), with a special message written by you on the back. Or gift certificates for his ...

Wrapping an odd-shaped present

If it's an odd-shaped present, then it's harder to wrap. If it's a box, then you have it easy. If not, you can go to the dollar store and buy a gift box to put it in. If you still want to wrap that gift box, or if the present already comes in a box, here's what you do: First, lay the box on the sheet of wrapping paper. Cut enough paper to fully go around the box, and leave about an inch over the fold. Then, make sure to have enough to cover the sides, but cut off any excess. The key is not to have too much ...

Wrapping a Christmas present beautifully

It is all in the cutting of the paper, and the folding of it. You have to cut it just big enough to wrap the present. Make the folds crisp. No wadding or stuffing of the paper at the end. And don't tape the pkg box to the paper! Buy nice heavy paper, the cheap stuff is hard to work with. Buy some craft wire. So measure off the width of the paper, leave an inch or two for overlap, and fold it, and center the fold in the middle of the package. Use double sided scotch tape! Then the end: turn the package upsid...

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