Gift Wrapping Master Class

A Gift Wrapping Master Class Whether you’ve finished your Christmas shopping or your just getting started, our favourite part has to be wrapping them, making them look beautiful and seeing the smile on the recipients face. There’s something amazing sitting with a mug of mulled wine or hot chocolate whilst listening to Christmas Music and wrapping gifts. There’s always those few gifts that are difficult to wrap and don’t fit in a box. Here we’ll give you a few ideas on how to wrap them beautifully. in time for the big day, Wrapping a bottle up in paper can look messy if you’re not an expert wrapper. Wine bags are a great idea, fill them with some sparkles and craft tissue paper. You can even buy a wine or Liquor box to put the bottle in, we’d keep this for the more luxurious alcoholic spirit or wine as they can get quite pricey. Fill your box with Christmas foliage for a festive twist! Everyone loves a home baked gift, they’re always well received (and delicious)! If you’ve made a big batch of something then pop them in a tin and wrap with a big ribbon. This will keep them dry and fresh! Home made fudge or cookies could go in a large mason jar with some festive twine around the lid. Wrap your baked goods up in cellophane and finish with a nice bow and a home made tag. Here are a few of our favourites. Make sure to wrap delicate glass items in a protective wrap like bubble wrap, you could even get some vintage newspaper / tissue paper. This shows you’ve gone and put effort and thought into securing the safety of their gift. Sometimes less is more and you might just want to add some ribbon or a bow, especially with larger gifts.  Let us know your top tips for gift wrapping below in the comments! Related Stories How To Create A Hygee Home There’s nothing better than being cosy and warm inside when the weather turns grey and the rain is pouring outside. DIY Christmas Candles Here at WeRChristmas we love a bit of DIY, especially when it’s festive themed! Create A Rustic Christmas Wooden accessories, golds and browns are our top colour picks for a rustic theme. Create Your Own Festive Candles When Christmas comes around the air is filled with spicy cinnamon and fresh pine aromas. Today we’ll be showing you some of our favourite DIY candle creations, they’re really simple and a fun way to get the family spending time together working on a fun project.    Must Reads Store Your Christmas Decorations In Style 2020 What Is Elf On The Shelf 2020 Why Putting Your Christmas Decorations Up Is Good For Your Mental Health 2020

DIY Christmas Candles

DIY Christmas Candles Here at WeRChristmas we love a bit of DIY, especially when it’s festive themed! When Christmas comes around the air is filled with spicy cinnamon and fresh pine aromas. Today we’ll be showing you some of our favourite DIY candle creations, they’re really simple and a fun way to get the family spending time together working on a fun project.    This candle creation is made by gluing cinnamon sticks around a pillar candle then wrapping a twine bow around it. Pop them on your coffee table or create a fancy centre piece on your dining table. The cinnamon smell will fill the air leaving everyone feeling super festive.   Head out into your garden or the local park and collect some twigs / sticks. Use an old glass (making sure it’s heat proof) and superglue your twigs around the outside, Use some ribbon or twine and tie a bow around it, pop in a tea lights and you’ve got yourself a rustic Christmas candle. You could use different shaped and sizes of glasses to create a display. Swap twigs for cinnamon sticks and tie a ribbon bow around for an alliterative look Cut out a festive shape whether it be a star or Christmas tree and stick it to an old jam or mason jar. Don’t use super glue on this as you’ll need to be able to peel it off! You could use spray paint or normal paint to paint the rest of the glass. Once dried, peel off your paper template and you’ll be left with a clear star or tree shaped window into your glass to see the flicker of your tealight. Tie some colourful ribbon round the rim into a bow! You could also fill these with sweat treats and give them out as gifts. Create your own little label to tie onto the bow letting the recipient know they can add a tealight to reuse their gift as a candle holder. We love seeing all your creations so make sure you tag us on social media, these are few of our favourites from online so we'd love to share yours! Related Stories Slow Cooker Festive Drink Ideas When the festive season comes around everyone loves a cosy get-together with delicious snacks and warm boozy drinks. Christmas Chocolate Bark We all love a sweet treat at Christmas time, especially if it’s festive themed, make our quick and easy Festive Chocolate Bark! When To Take The Tree Down... Confusion hits many families all over the country of when Christmas time is over, and when the right time to take your festive decorations down. Top Tips For Gift Wrapping Whether you’ve finished your Christmas shopping or your just getting started, our favourite part has to be wrapping them, making them look beautiful and seeing the smile on the recipients face. Discover our Gift Wrapping Master Class and you'll be wrapping like a pro in no time. Must Reads Store Your Christmas Decorations In Style 2020 Why Putting Your Christmas Decorations Up Is Good For Your Mental Health 2020 What Is Elf On The Shelf 2020