How to Make a Tower of Gifts for Christmas

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Tower of Gift

If you have multiple presents to wrap for one person, you can stack them to create a tower of gifts or a present tree. Not only is it creative and fun, but it also keeps all the gifts together. This design has alternating sold and patterned green paper and decorated with sheer red ribbon, mini Christmas tree ornaments, and topped with a star. How excited would it be to get a beautiful tower of gifts?

Materials to Make a Christmas Tower of Gifts

  • Solid green and green patterned wrapping paper
  • ½ inch wide sheer red ribbon with gold accents and trim
  • Thin wired gold ribbon
  • 2 mini gold Christmas tree ornaments (1 matte gold the other shiny)
  • 1 gold star mini Christmas tree topper

Instructions to Make a Christmas Tower of Gifts

  • Wrap 4 boxes in alternating wrapping paper.
  • Apply double-stick tape to the bottom of the second largest box and attach the box to the center of the largest box. Continue this process until you have a tower of boxes.

  • Cut a piece of the red sheer ribbon long enough to wrap around the box three times.

Note: Ribbon measurements for bows are approximate. The lengths may have to be adjusted slightly based on the size of the boxes used.

  • Centering the ribbon on the bottom of the box, bring the both sides of the ribbon to the center top of the box and tie in a knot.

  • Using the ends, tie a bow the same way shoelaces are tied and so that the right side of the pattern is facing out. Adjust the loops so they are even with each other.

tower of gifts

  • Bring the ribbon tails down on opposite sides of the box, overlap the ends and glue on the bottom of the box.
  • Cut a 13 inch piece of the thin gold ribbon. Feed one of the ends under the bow allowing one end to be about 2 inches longer than the other and tie a knot around the center of the bow.
  • Cut a 13 inch piece of the thin gold ribbon. Feed one of the ends under the bow allowing one end to be about 2 inches longer than the other and tie a knot around the center of the bow.
  • Feed one of the ends of the gold ribbon through the wire hole on a mini ornament and twist onto itself to secure the ornament. Repeat with the other ornament.

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