Am I the only person who wraps Christmas presents on Christmas eve? I hide myself upstairs with a glass of wine and some Christmas music and wrap everything in secret (it's not really secret, everyone knows what I'm up to). So for those of you who still have a whole bunch of gifts to wrap, here are some more excellent wrapping papers.
ROBOTS! Only buy this Julia Davey robot paper if your present is robots, or (somehow) better than robots, otherwise you'll get more thank yous for the paper than your gift. It's £1.50 a sheet.
I do like these tartan stags. How very on trend they are. They're £3.50 for a 3m roll from Paperchase.
Giving Lego to your favourite people? (Me? Ace, I like Lego). How about some Lego wrap to go with it. It's £3 from John Lewis.
These Papermash parcel tapes are perfect for decorating simple packages. They're £9.50. You've got until the end of today to order.
No, I'm absolutely not over pretty typewriter prints on everything. I'd wrap notebooks and pens in this paper from Nancy & Betty.
For your musical friends, pick this vinyl gift wrap (to wrap up their Lyric Song Books). On one side it's images of singles, on the other it's Ella Doran's stack print, featuring stacks of records in their sleeves. It's £5, and there are matching giftbags as well.
You can still order all of these gorgeous papers in time for Christmas so even if you buy all of your presents at the last minute, they'll be beautifully wrapped. Unlike that year where I resorted to birthday wrapping paper and tin foil.