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Holiday Wrap Party! Wrap Presents Like a Pro, Learn Holiday Trivia & Etiquette
They say they giving a gift is all about the thought you put into it. Learn how to use items from around the house to make your presents look extra special for your friends and families’ gift this holiday season.
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In this one time class we are going to learn how to professionally wrap gifts. So, bring all of your holiday presents to one table and let’s get started making beautiful wrappings to present to your family and friends. We are going to use items from around the house this holiday season to decorate your wrapped packages. We will learn how to wrap packages, primarily boxes, in festive holiday paper and adore those boxes with ribbons, bows, candy canes, bells, pinecones, feathers, candies,...
Start looking around your house now for little things that you could add to your gift wrap packages to make them extra special. Perhaps get a shoebox and start collecting these items now so that you have them on hand for our wrapping party. Suggestions include a small toy, candy canes, cute pencils or erasers, pinecones, ribbon, Candy, small doll, ornaments, hair bows, Pineneedles (or other flowers or greenery from the garden), seashells, or costume jewelry. Usually anything small that can be attached to a present with ribbon or glue would suffice. Please make sure these items are clean and new (or gently used).
Boxes of all sizes, gift wrap paper, tissue paper, bubble wrap (optional if fragile gifts are being wrapped), ribbons, bows, scissors, clear wrapping tape. IMPORTANT! Please also see the homework section for adornment items needed to decorate the gifts. There is no need to purchase “expensive” wrapping paper and Adornments because most items can be found by visiting your local thrift, discount, or one dollar store for supplies.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be working with scissors and hot glue gun so please ensure your learner is aware of safety precautions for these items.
Milliner, tea maven, etiquette expert, writer/editor, mindfulness guru, reader, crafter
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Greetings! My name is Ms. Brown. I teach etiquette, millinery (hat making), writing, editing, soft skills, mindfulness, adulting, business, various crafts, and leadership. Like you, I love learning new things and value education for all ages. I...