How to wrap a gift to look like a tiny T-SHIRT

A Christmas present like you’ve never seen one before: How to wrap a gift to look like a tiny T-SHIRT – complete with a little bow tie

  • An Australian mum has shared how to wrap gifts to look like a miniature shirt 
  • She has shared the festive wrapping style just in time for the Christmas season 
  • To make the shirt wrapping style she uses only wrapping paper and scissors 
  • The mum has also shared in an online video how to make the cute bow tie detail 

An Australian mum-of-two has shared how to wrap up a gift to look like a miniature shirt and bow tie. 

Chantel Mila who posts videos online as ‘Mama Mila’, has shared the wrapping style just in time for Christmas to give people a new and easy way to wrap gifts.

The mum begins by wrapping gift wrap paper around the present and base as normal. 


Chantel Mila who posts videos online as ‘ Mama Mila ‘, has shared the miniature shirt wrapping style just in time for Christmas to give people a new and easy way to wrap gifts

Next she flips the gift over onto its side and rolls the top paper down twice, once the paper is rolled she makes two slits toward the centre. 

Mama Mila then folds the slits into a shirt collar shape and secures the gift wrap paper with sticky tape. 

She finishes the gift wrap with a matching bow tie made from the same patterned paper.

The wrapping style will add an extra festive flair to gifts and will stun friends and family with your whimsical wrapping skills.  

‘This is super cute, wow I love this idea,’ a woman commented online. 

‘I wish I saw this TikTok before I wrapped all of my mans shirts for Christmas,’ another said.

The handy mum from Melbourne also shared her tip for making the bowtie detail featured on the shirt, in an online video. 

She starts by getting a long strip of scrap wrapping paper, folding it in half lengthways and cutting it into a fish-like or untied bowtie shape.

After cutting a triangle out of the ‘tail’, Chantel snips two small slits at the narrowest points on either side, one at the top and one at the bottom.  

She then slides the slits into one another and pushes down the opposite side to the centre to create a bow shape.

Chantel then secures the bow by using another small strip of wrapping paper in the centre and sticks it to her gift. 

‘I love it, can’t believe you made this all out of scraps,’ a woman commented online.

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