Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Arts and Crafts/Gift Wrapping

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Gift Wrapping
General Conference

Arts and Crafts

Skill Level 1
Year of Introduction: 2015

1. List five courtesy rules for giving and receiving gifts


  1. Give a gift that matches the one you are giving the gift to
  2. Don't expect a gift in return
  3. Giving a meaningful gift is better than giving the most expensive gift.
  4. Find out what price range the gifts are supposed to be.
  5. Remember "It is better to give than to receive."


  1. Read the card or note first
  2. Say "thank you"!
  3. Take the time to look at the gift you've received before you open your next gift
  4. Don't say "I've already got one of those" even if you do! Your friend was simply thinking of something you might like.
  5. Be sure to send a thank you card or phone call.

2. Do the following:

a. Collect different types of wrapping paper, at least ten grades, five-by-seven centimeters in size.

b. Choose a suitable gift wrap pattern for wrapping a gift to a child, an adult, a sister, a brother, etc

c. Demonstrate carefully wrapping a simple rectangular box in paper.

3. Wrap the following types of gifts with ornamental supplement:

a. in the form of a cube

b. in the form of a cylinder

c. multifaceted

d. extraordinary (your option).

4. Know how to make a gift bow (3 types).

These three sites show some possibilities.

5. Correctly and carefully pack a gift. Give the wrapped gift to someone in your family, church, or community.