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    Default Santa sacks - to wrap or not to wrap?

    We don't - santa sack pressies are smaller and not as pricey as the ones he brings in his sleigh which are always wrapped

    DS santa sack this year has some superhero beanie toys, cards, bubbles, stickers, marvel t shirts, jelly beans, transformer undies, hulk beach Towell and some batman thongs!

    We tip out the sacks first and look at all that stuff before we move into the presents

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    We will be wrapping as the kids getting them are small and they have more fun with paper anyway

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    My parents used to do a mixture. Things like chocolate coins, bubbles and tennis balls were unwrapped but other things were wrapped.

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    We don't wrap. Our santa sack presents were never wrapped when I was a kid and I liked being able to have a feel around a look before my parents were awake.

    The kids have 50 billion presents to unwrap during the day from everyone else, they get over it pretty quickly

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    We wrap - in different wrapping to what's under the tree!

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    No, Santa gifts are never wrapped here

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    Stocking pressies are smaller trinity things. This year - slushy snow cone maker cup, spy glasses, m&m's and choc coins all will be unwrapped.
    Ds will be allowed to empty that before we get up. Then the Santa pressies are wrapped in special paper with special gift tags from Santa and placed under the tree to be opened when we are all awake.

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    Things like fruit, chocolate coins and little choc bars etc are unwrapped but everything else is wrapped. Santa brings the main gifts so it has to be wrapped :-) each person has a different paper design (and those papers are hidden away - kids never see them cause santa wraps them!)

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    Yes I've wrapped the presents that go in Santa's sack. It's fun unwrapping them.

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    Wrap. Although we don't use Santa sacks, all presents are wrapped and put under the tree.

    Presents from us go under as soon as they are ready.

    Presents from Santa go under very late Xmas Eve.

    My 8 year old DD still believes🎄🎅🎁


 

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