A Corrugated Folder Paper Wrapping Shows You Care
This is a bit of a different way to wrap a gift. It looks a bit like a cross between a box and an envelope, that looks more like a folder. It is really quick and easy to make, using minimal craft materials. You can choose any colour that you like for yours.
I like this look because it adds an element of surprise or interest when you give something like a book. It really lifts a present to the next level. It's almost exotic in appearance. And the corrugated nature of the folder wrapping, means it can offer really good protection to something valuable and interesting.
I also think this would be a really nice way to wrap expensive things you need to post, if you have a small business. A corrugated paper folder wrapping would certain up your wow factor and get people talking.
Craft Materials & Equipment For A Corrugated Paper Folder Wrapping
Thick Coloured Paper
4 Eyelets or Paper Fasteners
Wrapping A Gift With A Corrugated Paper Folder Wrapping
Begin by wrapping your gift in tissue paper, any colour will do, and secure it neatly with some sticky tape. Then measure the shape of the wrapped gift, and cut a length of the corrugated paper, just the right length to wrap around the gift. And again secure it with a small piece of sticky tape.
Then turn the gift over onto the opposite side and fold another measured sheet around it to cover up the open ends. Leave a small gap between the ends.
Making A Corrugated Paper Folder Wrapping
Now, cut out four 2cm discs in one colour paper and four 1.5cm discs in another colour paper, so that they contrast against each other. Attach them to the edges using eyelets or paper fasteners.
Finally, wrap a piece of string or cord around the discs, and crossing them over in the middle, then tie a knot or bow to secure the folder.
And there we have it, not too tricky. Our lovely corrugated paper folder wrapping really looks special and adds so protection to a more fragile gift.