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Old 21 Nov 20, 12:51 PM  
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Nice gift box for iphone.

Does anyone have ideas of ingenious ideas to wrap an iphone? Or a good sized gift box?
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Old 21 Nov 20, 02:17 PM  
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Hi what about wrapping box with some classy paper and thread
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Old 21 Nov 20, 07:03 PM  
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Its for my DD, want to try to hide what it actually is before she opens it. X
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Old 21 Nov 20, 07:12 PM  
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Its for my DD, want to try to hide what it actually is before she opens it. X
I once wrapped a phone for my son like this:

Wrap the phone in its little box, place in a bigger box and wrap that box, place that wrapped box into an even bigger box, place wrapped box into another box...
You get the idea 🤣🤣
It was brilliant, each time he opened a box and looked inside he got more confused and more excited !
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I made a sweetie bouquet with my daughters favourites and his the phone within that. Took her ages to realise she actually got the phone she had hoped for!
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My husband once his his sisters Christmas present inside a box of tissues, so she would find it when she took out the first tissue, she was so angry with his 'tight fisted' present she threw it in the bin her husband (who luckily was in on the joke) had to fish it out the bin.
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I once wrapped a phone for my son like this:

Wrap the phone in its little box, place in a bigger box and wrap that box, place that wrapped box into an even bigger box, place wrapped box into another box...
You get the idea 🤣🤣
It was brilliant, each time he opened a box and looked inside he got more confused and more excited !
We did this, completely hide the fact it was a phone
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Old 21 Nov 20, 11:38 PM  
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B&M Home Bargins have some nice gift boxes
They also,do posting boxes as do the post office just really nice paper ribbon bow etc or a nice cheap tree ornament even scrabble letters on a lollipop stick with the name on
Make lovely gift tags and can be used as tree ornaments
The range sell letters and letter beads suitable
I admit I buy loads of gift boxes from a Dollar tree Target Dollar spot when Iím in the us when ever they have them
Even a big wine gift tube can hold amazing things my DILs face the first time I filled one with a mini Prosecco scented t light bath bomb etc not what she expected at all
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My mother-in-law wraps even modest presents in crazy ways - she'll use things like cup-a-soup boxes, cereal boxes, shoe boxes and ever larger boxes inside each other.

It can take 5 or 6 levels of unwrapping before you finally get to the gift inside.
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I'd go for the wrap it in several boxes idea, if she sees a large box under the tree she wont realise that it could be a phone. We did this once with an ipad for our son, if we had just wrapped the box he probably would have guessed what it was.
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