Japan Gift Wrap Hack [No Tape, No Ribbon] | BeatTheBush

Japan Gift Wrap Hack [No Tape, No Ribbon] | BeatTheBush


hey everybody today I’m going to show you how to wrap a present without tape measure in the paper to go around the present once and cut it about two inches from here cut a square out of this you just need a rough measurement so just put it somewhere over here first put your present in the middle and pull the corner all the way over to present and scoot the paper so that it just covers both corners like this then pull the other corner over the present and hold it taut with one hand take your finger and pull it along the bottom corner like this to create the edge hold this edge and then use your middle finger to push the paper in and sort of guide it towards a present like this and you have one corner done one and then do the same thing to the other corner hold the corner and push the paper in with your index finger and sort of guide the paper in hold it over like this and now you have all but one side done do the same thing with the rest of the two corners put your finger at the bottom edge here and create the edge on both sides hold this corner and guide the paper in you’re going to have to do two corners simultaneously and sort of guide both sides in this and then just smooth everything out and Bend this triangle across the last edge and you just tuck this in and you see the final edge will stay close by itself and just like that your present is done without any tape this is beat the bush don’t forget to give me a like and subscribe thanks for watching

100 thoughts on “Japan Gift Wrap Hack [No Tape, No Ribbon] | BeatTheBush

  1. This is the kind of thing I watch in awe but know it’s not as easy as that to duplicate! 👏🏽👏🏽🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️

  2. We wrap things in the same way in our groceries shop which is in a remote village of India. And we have been doing this for a long generations I say. Didn't think this video could get so many likes

  3. In my childhood days , I have seen the shopkeepers packing the same way the sweet boxes at Sweets Shop in India. Thank You so much.

  4. Fucking genius! Do you know how much i spend on tape and staples?? At the end it looks like i patched it up😂

    BADASS TRICK🤙🏽👍🏽

  5. తెలుగు లో దీనినే "పొట్లం" చుట్టడం అంటారు.😂😂

  6. Watches video.

    it's doable

    Tries to practice it.

    Hollers at top of the voice…

    *darling, get me the biggest roll of duct tape lying around in the house, please.

  7. My mom said that they used to do this at Macy in America but things have change. But people in America don’t want to keep tradition. But it isn’t really a Japanese things.

  8. I literally rewatch this. This video is so plain and straightforward. His voice with the wrapping paper sounds is literally the asmr.

  9. This technique is used by every Indian baniya (shopkeeper) and roadside Chanewala and bhel wala in India from antiquity.

  10. LADIES AND GENTLEMAN! the REAL MVP IS THIS GUY! omg i followed all the other tutorials and messed up but not this! thabks!

  11. Great video!! I’ve never heard or seen this! I just followed it to do a birthday gift! No tape! Yay!! 💙

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