Gift wrap­ping

How beautiful to fold a sater as a gift?


  1. Pre­sen­ta­tion design options
  2. Inter­est­ing pack­ag­ing ideas

When it comes to choos­ing a gift, it turns out that every­thing has been giv­en for a long time. But sud­den­ly, walk­ing around the mall or brows­ing through the options on the Inter­net, you find a sater that the hero of the occa­sion will def­i­nite­ly like, and you, of course, buy it. But when the jack­et is in your hands, and the gift is not wrapped, you just look for spe­cial­ty stores where they do the pack­ag­ing. And you don’t even know that you can do it your­self, sav­ing time and mon­ey.

Presentation design options

There are sev­er­al options for how to beau­ti­ful­ly, quick­ly and neat­ly fold a sater or sat­shirt as a gift.

1 way

Take the sat­shirt and lay it face up, then fold it in half so that the front part is hid­den inside. Next, fold your shoul­ders inward and fold 2–3 more times. In this way, you can pack any thing with a long sleeve, and it does not mat­ter if they are zip­pered or not.

2 way

Take your sur­prise and lay it so that the pat­tern (or the front of it) is fac­ing you, then fold the sleeves equal­ly towards the mid­dle of the prod­uct or towards the zip­per. Next, wrap the sat­shirt under the bot­tom in half and the sleeves back. The bun­dle that you get will need to be wrapped 2–3 more times.

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3 way

Lay the prod­uct so that you can see its back, then fold its sides to the con­di­tion­al mid­dle, fold the sleeves along, and con­nect the lor part with the neck, turn your gift over — and you’re done.

4 way

If you have but­tons or a zip­per on the prod­uct, fas­ten them. Place the item so that you do not see the front side, and approx­i­mate­ly divide the prod­uct into 3 parts. The lor part must be bent so that it is approx­i­mate­ly in the area of ​​u200bu200bthe shoul­ders, the sleeves are fold­ed in half and wrapped back along the fold.

5 way

If you have things that are not made of very dense mate­r­i­al, then this tech­nique will suit you.

It is nec­es­sary to fold in half in the area of ​​u200bu200bthe but­tons (if any) so that the sleeves are togeth­er. Wrap the sleeves on the prod­uct — you get a rec­tan­gle. Fold the item again.

6 way

If you have a hood on a gift, then this method is per­fect for you.

Lay the sat­shirt on your back with the sleeves out to the sides and the hood up. Bend the hood inward along the curve of the neck­line, then place the sleeves over the hood and fold the sater in half.

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All of these options will help you quick­ly, eas­i­ly and neat­ly pack any jack­et or sat­shirt for a gift, and are also great for clean­ing up your clos­et.

Interesting packaging ideas

But beau­ti­ful­ly fold­ed is not the end of the mat­ter, unfor­tu­nate­ly. It is now nec­es­sary to pack beau­ti­ful­ly, for this you can use:

  • wrap­ping paper;
  • beau­ti­ful pack­age — buy a gift bag and, so to speak, present a gift in a clas­sic style;
  • box;
  • the enve­lope;
  • foil;
  • food film;
  • in any oth­er mate­r­i­al that will be at your fin­ger­tips.

We will ana­lyze the orig­i­nal ways of pack­ing sat­shirts, sat­shirts, sat­shirts.


Take a jack­et, roll it up, wrap it with cling film so as not to cov­er it up, and pack it in paper, tie it with a rib­bon, and you can also add a signet. To do this, just take plas­ticine, squeeze out the seal you need and leave to dry. Fry it a lit­tle, and that’s it — the let­ter is ready.

gift envelope

Take your sat­shirt and put it in the cen­ter of the paper (keep in mind that it should be 2 times larg­er than the thing itself). Bend the edges so that you get a neat enve­lope. You can cut off the excess, you can dec­o­rate such an enve­lope with any­thing, depend­ing on the inter­ests of the birth­day man. These can be joint pho­tographs, dec­o­ra­tive nap­kins, var­i­ous bows made of rib­bons and threads.

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You can revive this enve­lope by adding var­i­ous details (for exam­ple, teeth and eyes, make a mon­ster or a glam­orous girl by adding hair and eyes).

All that is enough for your imag­i­na­tion.

Shirt envelope

Per­fect for men’s gift wrap­ping. It is nec­es­sary to take thick paper (thick parch­ment is per­fect), col­ored paper of sat­u­rat­ed col­ors, an emp­ty box ( will make a lay­out around it), glue.

We wrap the box with paper, glue the edges, glue the bot­tom, pull out the box. We put our jumper inside, con­nect the edges from above and twist a lit­tle. We fix with glue, you can put it on a but­ton or a but­ton. Next, take col­ored paper — cut out a tie, cuffs and glue it on our enve­lope. And have a styl­ish gift pack­age ready.


It is pos­si­ble to twist a flor from a jack­et of not very dense mate­r­i­al. To do this, you need to pull a thread approx­i­mate­ly in the mid­dle, twist the upper part, while hold­ing it with your fin­gers, form­ing a rose, and sim­ply twist the lor part into the so-called “sprout”.

This is how you can quick­ly and eas­i­ly pack clothes for a gift for any cel­e­bra­tion.