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How to wrap gifts like a pro: Mom inspires with her VERY simple tricks that make Christmas gifts of all shapes and sizes look incredible

  • A mom showed how to wrap your Christmas gifts like a pro.
  • Chantel from Melbourne shared how to wrap regular and irregularly shaped gifts
  • Millions who saw their step-by-step clips were impressed and said they would give it a try
  • Chantel said her simple swaddling techniques only take two minutes

A mother from Melbourne showed how you can wrap your Christmas gifts like a pro this year, whether they are regular or irregular shaped.

Australian woman named Chantel Mila has shared two videos showing how to wrap your festive gifts and millions have said they will try her tricks this Christmas.

"Add a touch of joy this year," Mila signed one of the clips showing how to wrap an iPhone and how to perfectly wrap any square or rectangular gift.

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A mom from Melbourne showed how to wrap your Christmas gifts like a pro this year, regardless of whether they are regular or irregular shaped (the final result pictured).

Australian woman named Chantel Mila has shared videos showing how to wrap your gifts and millions have said they will try her tricks this Christmas (step by step in picture)

Australian woman named Chantel Mila has shared videos showing how to wrap your gifts and millions have said they will try her tricks this Christmas (step by step in picture)

Australian woman named Chantel Mila has shared videos showing how to wrap your gifts and millions have said they will try her tricks this Christmas (step by step in picture)

Slide the sides in to create two triangles, fold one triangle over, and repeat on the opposite side (pictured step by step).

Slide the sides in to create two triangles, fold one triangle over, and repeat on the opposite side (pictured step by step).

Slide the sides in to create two triangles, fold one triangle over, and repeat on the opposite side (pictured step by step).

How do you wrap a normal shaped gift?

1. Measure the paper so that it covers the top of the gift halfway up and across the sides.

2. Slide the sides inward to create two triangles.

3. Fold the triangles inward and repeat on the other side.

4. Fold the second triangles over the first set.

5. Secure the basis of the present.

How to wrap square or rectangular gifts

To wrap a normal shaped gift, Chantel first said you should get your hands on some wrapping paper, ideally plain brown paper as it looks stylish.

Then measure the paper so that it covers the top of the gift halfway up and across the sides.

Slide the sides in to create two triangles, fold one triangle across, and repeat on the opposite side.

Finally, fold the second triangles over the first set and secure the base of the gift with a flower or sticker to make it look pretty.

"It only takes two minutes, but it looks really impressive," said Chantel.

More than 12 million who saw the mom's clip said they couldn't wait to try it out for themselves at home.

"I'm saving this video right away so I don't wrap my gifts like a trash bag," wrote one woman.

"I wish I could wrap gifts like this," said another person.

While normal gifts are easy to wrap, items such as clothing and stuffed animals can be more difficult to handle (irregularly shaped result of the gift).

While normal gifts are easy to wrap, items such as clothing and stuffed animals can be more difficult to handle (irregularly shaped result of the gift).

"Fold your wrapping paper in triple folds and tape it in place," Chantel wrote (pictured) next to a clip that shows how

"Fold your wrapping paper in triple folds and tape it in place," Chantel wrote (pictured) next to a clip that shows how

"Fold your wrapping paper in triple folds and tape it in place," Chantel wrote (pictured) next to a clip that shows how

Again, millions were impressed with the technology, writing that Chantel's wrapped gifts looked "pretty" and "as good as a professional job" (the final steps pictured).

Again, millions were impressed with the technology, writing that Chantel's wrapped gifts looked "pretty" and "as good as a professional job" (the final steps pictured).

Again, millions were impressed with the technology, writing that Chantel's wrapped gifts looked "pretty" and "as good as a professional job" (the final steps pictured).

How do you wrap an irregularly shaped gift?

1. Fold your wrapping paper in triple folds and tape it in place.

2. Fold the bottom up, create a diamond and fold the bottom and top inwards.

3. Glue it together.

4. Put your gift in the container and close the lid.

5. Add a ribbon for decoration.

How to wrap irregularly shaped gifts

While regular gifts are easy to wrap, items like clothing and stuffed animals can be more difficult to handle.

But Chantel said it was possible and it could take less than five minutes.

"Fold your wrapping paper in triple folds and tape it in place," she wrote.

Then, fold the bottom up, creating a diamond, and then fold the bottom and top inwards before gluing them together.

"Just put your gift in the container and close the lid," Chantel wrote.

Add a ribbon and your gift is good to go.

Again, millions were impressed by the technology and wrote that Chantel's wrapped gifts looked "pretty" and "as good as a professional job".

“I never thought I could learn that. Thank you for sharing, ”wrote one commenter.

& # 39; That's so nice! & # 39; another added.

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