As Santa prepares to wrap presents for the good little boys and girls, I thought I’d share a few things I know about Santa’s gift wrapping preferences.
Santa likes simplicity. His wrapping paper should be plain red or plain green.
He doesn’t care for patterns or prints.
He likes a simple ribbon tied in a bow.
He prints out his gift tags on the computer using a heavy card-stock and a beautiful font. That way he is both efficient and he ensures that his handwriting will never be mistaken for Mom’s writing.
Awesome 🙂 Although here Santa doesn’t have time to wrap, he just sets them out ready to be played with. Have to say, I love not having to assemble things on Christmas morning! Sometimes hubbies do have good ideas 🙂
I’m with Jen, Santa leaves his presents under the tree and scurries off to the next house! He does however leaves everything ready to be played with, all wire ties removed, screws unscrewed, boxes tied in black yard bags and at the side of the house, batteries in place etc…He even leaves all warranty papers and instructions with a note for “Mom”. Some how the girls have always known know which present belongs to them.
Beautiful wrapping job though!
These look like they came straight from the North Pole.
Your santa’s gifts look pretty!
Mine sets the stuff up so MOM doesn’t have to! lol!
Nice…I love the font that you used…beautiful.
Santa leaves his presents unwrapped at our house. You say lazy, I say time saving! No hiding paper or writing that way!
Beautiful!!! But no wrapping in our house!! Santa leaves toys ready to play under the tree. Only thing Santa doesn’t like is having to put them together at midnight, the night before!!
Impulsive Addict says
Great idea! I’ll have to remember that next year!
Ok, that’s totally how I wrap my Santa gifts. I’m SO glad I can do one thing that would live up to your beautiful, creative standards. 🙂
Beautiful! In our house Santa doesn’t wrap. Never has. I have a friend who does almost all the presents from Santa & then just a few from mom & dad. Weird how everyone has thier own little ways about it.