Wengies Gift Wrap DIY Video

Wengie is a very popular content creator with her own channel on YouTube. She makes videos on a variety of different things including hair tutorials as well as life hack videos. Wengie first started uploading to YouTube many years ago and is now one of the most popular creators. She currently has over 5 million subscribers and has hundreds of millions of views.

 

One of her most viewed videos is her 30 DIY gift wrapping hacks and ideas video. This video currently has millions and millions of views and is one of the cutest most unique videos that Wengie has ever made. Throughout the video she shares a variety of tips and tricks on making unique and creative gift wrapping.

 

One of the first tips Wengie shows her viewers is how to use a simple cereal box to create a brand new usable box. All you need is a cereal box and a pair of scissors and a little imagination. Wengie walks her viewers through the process which is very simple to do. Another great tip Wengie shares is how to make a small gift box out of paper or plastic cups. It is a great way to save money and be creative.

 

One of the most unique and innovative tips was to use old pieces of fabric to wrap gifts. Not only is this unique but it is also very convenient and fun. Throughout the video when she also shows a variety of different ways to wrap odd shaped gifts as well as many ways to make homemade wrapping paper. One of the best and simplest tips was to simply wrap the gifts in plain paper and decorate them yourself using markers, stickers, or other items. It is a great way to save money on wrapping paper. It is also a great way to give someone a very uniquely wrapped present.

 

This is just one of the many great DIY videos that Wengie has to offer. With so many great tips and tricks and such a fun personality it is easy to see why she has so many loyal subscribers.

 

Learn more about Wengie:

https://www.blogger.com/profile/16426495937280037810

 

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