How to wrap a circular gift

Many people struggle with how to wrap a circular gift. There are various ways on how to wrap circular gifts. If done right, your present will look amazing. However, there are also many ways the process can go wrong, so here is a guide on the methods available for wrapping a circular present. The first thing you have to do is work out how big the present will be to know what size paper to buy or use for double-sided tape or sellotape, depending on how big it’s going to be.

How to wrap a circular gift
How to wrap a circular gift?

Simple Flat Wrapping Paper Technique

If your circular gift happens to be flat at one point, this is the perfect technique for you! All you need is some simple wrapping paper and scissors.

Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item

Step 2: Fold the long end of the paper over about an inch or two

Step 3: Now fold that flap into thirds, so it makes a smaller triangle tab

Step 4: Fold it in half, so the triangle is facing out

Step 5: Use that triangular flap to wrap around your gift and then tape it together

Wrapping a Small Circular Gift with Paper Doilies & Ribbon

This technique works best for circular gifts that are smaller than a tennis ball. It will add a very elegant touch to your present!

You will need:

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

 -Scissors (you may also want thread and needle if you don’t want to use tape)

-Paper doilies (optional)*

The different designs on paper doilies make this look incredibly unique. If you choose not to use them, cut round pieces of wrapping paper to make it look like the doilies.

Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

 Step 2: Fold in half with the design facing inwards

Step 3: Now fold that flap into thirds, so it makes a smaller triangle tab Step 4: Make sure the paper is secure around your gift and then tie string, ribbon, or even thread around it

 5)Your present will now look very elegant! If you would like, add on some colorful bead necklaces.

Wrapping an Oversized Circular Gift with a Piece of Fabric & Ribbon

This procedure is similar to the paper doily technique but with a piece of fabric. This procedure works bests for larger gifts such as bottles or boxes, which can look awkward in wrapping paper. You will need:

-Fabric (the color and pattern of your choice)

 -Ribbon or string

 -Scissors

 Step 1: Cut off a piece of fabric that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

 Step 2: Fold in half with the design facing inwards 

 Step 3: Now fold that flap into thirds, so it makes a smaller triangle tab Step 4: Make sure the fabric is secure around your gift, and then tie string, ribbon, or even thread around it

 Step 5: Your present will look very elegant! If you would like, add on some colorful bead necklaces.

Rolling up a Wrapping Paper Cone for a Small Circular Gift

If you want to give someone something small that fits into a circular hole (for example, an ornament), consider rolling up wrapping paper into a cone instead of just folding it in half! You can also use this technique for any other odd-shaped items. Cut excess paper at the bottom, so it’s easier to fit inside.

You will need.

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

Step 2: Fold in half with the design facing inwards

Step 3: Now fold that flap into thirds, so it makes a smaller triangle tab Step 4: Make sure the paper is secure around your gift and then tie string, ribbon, or even thread around it

  (You can also add on some bead necklaces)

Wrapping an Oversized Circular Gift with Bubble Wrap & Ribbon/String

This technique is best for larger gifts such as bottles or boxes. You will need:

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

-Bubble wrap 

-Tape or string

 Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

Step 2: Place and secure bubble wrap on top of the gift, then tape or tie ribbon around them both

 Your present will look very fashionable! Add on some colorful beads if you like.

Ribbon Wrapping Technique for an Oversized Circular Gift

This technique is best for larger gifts such as bottles or boxes. You will need:

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

-Ribbon, string, or thread

Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

 Step 2: Wrap ribbon around the gift and secure it with tape/string/thread

Your present will look very fashionable! Add on some colorful beads.

Triangle Box Wrapping Technique for an Oversized Circular Gift

This technique is best for larger gifts such as bottles or boxes. You will need:

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

 -Scissors 

 -Tape or string

 Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

 Step 2: Fold in half with the design facing inwards

Step 3: Fold each corner into the center

Step 4: Secure it all with tape, string, or thread

 Your present will look very stylish! Add on some colorful beads.

Button & String Wrapping Technique for an Oversized Circular Gift

This technique is best for larger gifts such as bottles or boxes. You will need:

-Wrapping paper (the color of your choice)

 -Button(s) 

-String, thread, and ribbon

 Step 1: Cut off a piece of wrapping paper that’s large enough for the size of your item (you may want to use multiple pieces if you decide to make your circular designs)

 Step 2: Fold in half with the design facing inwards

Step 3: Stitch button onto both sides (or tie string/thread/ribbon around it)

Your present will look very stylish! Add on some colorful beads.

Conclusion

 It is important to be creative with your wrapping when it comes to circular gifts. With just a little bit of effort and creativity, you can show off your skills as well as make sure that no part of the package goes unused! If you are looking for some inspiration, look at the above methods to wrap circular gifts that will help create an eye-catching presentation of the gift in question.