Nifty·Posted on Dec 7, 201323 Tricks To Take The Stress Out Of Wrapping GiftsYou've found the perfect presents, lugged them home, and now you have to put in EVEN MORE EFFORT?! Never fear: you'll get through this.by Alanna OkunBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. First, the basics. lebash.com You may think you know how to wrap, but you could be wrong. 2. Use double-sided tape for professional-looking wrapping. prettyhandygirl.com This way, you'll avoid unsightly tape lines on the outside of your gift. 3. Use a toilet paper roll to keep your paper from unraveling. joyastle.com / Via apartmenttherapy.com Just cut it down the middle and slip it on. 4. Pringles cans make ideal gift wrap storage (and display!) vorstellungvonschoen.blogspot.de Get the directions here. 5. Also: pinterest.com 6. Cut out half a tree on plain paper for some multidimensional interest. marthastewart.com Get the instructions here. 7. (Or any other shape your lil' heart desires.) thehousethatlarsbuilt.com Directions here. 8. A fork helps even the most clumsy tie neat little bows. youtube.com FInd out how here. 9. Don't have a bow? You can make one out of magazine pages. wholeliving.com Here is how. 10. Make a surprisingly easy bow out of paper. fabdiy.com 11. Stamp on wooden spoons to make gift tags. thesmallobject.com 12. Use paint chips to spruce up gift tags. etsy.com 13. Dress up plain paper with polka dots. thehousethatlarsbuilt.com Directions here. 14. Wrap with fabric. myownlabels.com It looks hella stylish but takes basically no time or effort. Plus, it's reusable. 15. Store gift wrap, scissors, ribbons, and whatever else you need in a shower caddy. bhg.com 16. Use wire to store gift wrap out of the way by the ceiling. Frank Farm / Flickr: frankfarm Instead of letting it clutter up your floor. See how it's done here. 17. If you don't have gift tags, just print some out. blog.heylook.fi These adorable ones are available for free here. 18. Secure ribbon with a binder clip. realsimple.com 19. Get the kinks out of ribbon with a flat iron. realsimple.com 20. Or a lightbulb. realsimple.com Check out instructions here to avoid burning the ribbon/your whole house. 21. No paper on hand? Newsprint can still look great. Mari Eriksson / angelattable.blogspot.com 22. So can recycled grocery bags. acreativemint.typepad.com A little tape and twine ups the festivity factor times a million. 23. If all else fails, just draw on that ish. homeisright.blogspot.no Everyone will think you're adorbs.