WE ALL know the struggle of wrapping up gifts and struggling to cut a straight line with the scissors.
It’s very annoying when trying to cut the paper neatly and the scissors go rogue and end up making a mess of the paper.
No-one wants to wrap their presents with jagged, ripped or crooked paper do they?!
So if this happens to you and frustrates you on a regular basis, then fear not, we have something that will make your life a bit easier.
Cleaning and decorating fanatic Marilyn has shared her genius hack for cutting wrapping paper and we are obsessed.
Marilyn shared the video to her TikTok account ‘Marilyn2685’ with the caption ‘Holiday must have!!’.
In the video we see Marilyn showing off her new bargain find – a Little Elf.
A Little Elf is a clever contraption that Marilyn uses to cut her Christmas wrapping paper.
It does it in seconds and it couldn’t be neater.
We see Marilyn put the Little Elf around the roll of paper, pull out the paper in the gap and then use the product to move up the roll which easily and smoothly cuts the paper.
There’s no more faffing around with scissors with this new product and there’s certainly no more mess and waste.
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Marilyn said: “Where has this been?
“No more scissors.”
Marilyn bought her Little Eft from Walmart, but for those of us in the UK, you can buy one from Amazon or eBay.
And the best thing?
Prices on eBay start from just £2.65!
Clearly her hack has impressed numerous people as the video has since gone viral and has racked up a whopping 11.4million views.
It has 816.2k likes, 4,727 comments and 98k shares.
One person said: “Just ordered this.”
Another added: “I have 3. I can’t live without them now.”
A third commented: “Omg this is a must need.”
Another said: “Just ordered from Amazon. Thanks.”
Meanwhile, Christmas fan swears by £1 dental floss as the key to decorating and others can’t wait to try her tip.
Also, woman who didn’t want to pay for a pricey snowy Christmas tree shares £1 hack which gets them looking instantly wintry.
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