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    Default Christmas present no1

    When putting presents under the tree. How do you a range them.
    In a pile.
    Around the base of the tree
    So every present can be seen
    Just chuck them under there any old way.
    Some different. Please explain

    How long does it take you?

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    Arranged around the base with every present showing. It's an art and it takes a lot of time! 😊

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    Our presents to all the family and friends are put under as they are bought, no real order , then Santa's are placed in front , spread around the tree

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    Default Christmas present no1

    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Our presents to all the family and friends are put under as they are bought, no real order , then Santa's are placed in front , spread around the tree
    This is us too but the kids only get one pressie each from Santa the rest are from DH and I and they get put out on Christmas Eve.

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    Just chuck them under. Our tree sits on a brick part on top of the hearth, about a metre off the ground, and doesn't have a heap of room around the base, so it's just however they fit. Santa presents get left on the floor/chair near the hearth.

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    Around and under the tree. My mum rearranges them though to look "pretty".

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    Around the base of the tree, small items in hidden in the tree (like a treasure hunt). Takes maybe 5-10 mins

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    Around and under so dh can see and appreciate all the wrapping ive done, lol.

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    We each have a sack and the gifts go in there, near the tree.
    Big gift from us goes to the side.
    Stockings are by the tv

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    Whoever is nearest to the tree when we've completed wrapping gets to put them under the tree.
    This year it was our 2yo DS so it kind of looks like someone threw them violently at the tree.

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