Maybe I'm being a Grinch but, after 73 years I've reach the point where I think wrapping Christmas (and any other Holiday) presents is a waste of time and money. First the cost of the paper, ribbon and tape--and I use a lot of tape--which is going up each year and further throwing the US/China trade balance out of whack . Then the time spent (or not) to get each package wrapped just so. My DDs and DW do such a neat job that they create works of art to the point were it is a shame to destroy it to get at what is inside--often the present costs less than the paper. If mine, on the other hand, resemble any kind of art it is of the Ash Can School variety. Invariably at least one tag falls off and unless someone recognizes the wrapping paper, it has to be opened to figure out who it is for. Finally you have all this discarded, torn paper clogging the waste stream--most is impregnated with chemicals so it can't be burned nor recycled. Better to just hide the presents behind your back or under your sweater and hand them out. Merry Christmas!!