My dad used to do grunt work at a hospital, and one of his responsibilities was to make the beds and get them ready for new patients. He became very good and fast and pretty much expected us kids to have perfectly made beds after imparting upon us the "right way" to make a bed. So, what does this have to do with wrapping presents, you ask? Because I became an expert sheet-tucker, I inadvertently became pretty darn good at wrapping presents too- the technique is one in the same. Even though I pride myself on pretty packages, these instructions I found on Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky! made me realize I am still a bit sub-par. Just don't tell my dad.
No more need to pay extra to have your gift wrapped at the store for the professional look- you can do it yourself. How do your present-wrapping skills measure up to this?