Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Arts and Crafts/Gift Wrapping
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| General Conference
|| Skill Level 1
Year of Introduction: 2015
- 1 1. List five courtesy rules for giving and receiving gifts
- 2 2. Do the following:
- 3 3. Wrap the following types of gifts with ornamental supplement:
- 4 4. Know how to make a gift bow (3 types).
- 5 5. Correctly and carefully pack a gift. Give the wrapped gift to someone in your family, church, or community.
- 6 References
This Honor is a component of the Artisan Master Award.
1. List five courtesy rules for giving and receiving gifts
- Give a gift that matches the one you are giving the gift to
- Don't expect a gift in return
- Giving a meaningful gift is better than giving the most expensive gift.
- Find out what price range the gifts are supposed to be.
- Remember "It is better to give than to receive."
- Read the card or note first
- Say "thank you"!
- Take the time to look at the gift you've received before you open your next gift
- Don't say "I've already got one of those" even if you do! Your friend was simply thinking of something you might like.
- 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
d. extraordinary (your option).
4. Know how to make a gift bow (3 types).
These three sites show some possibilities.