HALFORDS INVENTIVE WAY OF GIFT WRAPPING

Whether you’ve bought your kids a bike, a scooter, or a ride on toy, half the fun of Christmas is keeping it all a surprise. Halfords shows you how to get creative and keep your gift under wraps this Christmas.

If you thought it was impossible to disguise the classic shape of a bicycle, think again.  Halfords enlisted the skills of professional origamist Mark Bolitho, to develop creative ways to interestingly wrap and disguise presents. In a series of pictures, Mark shows how to disguise a bike as a reindeer or a bike helmet as a bunny rabbit. Children across the UK will be scratching their heads until the big reveal on Christmas day.

As Pictured,

Apollo Digby 12” bike.  Was £119.99 Now £59.99 until Dec 24th

Crazy Stuff Tiger Helmet £27.99.

Halfords Head of Cycles, Karen Bellairs explains: “Every year Mums and Dads tell us their kids can figure out what they will be getting within seconds of the gifts going under the tree.

"This year our origami expert will help out by wrapping gifts in a creative way that leaves the kids guessing for hours."

If you’ve bought the bike and aren’t feeling adventurous Halfords has the solution. Priced just £2.50, a giant Christmas Gift Bag that will disguise bikes with wheels up to 20” wheels.

For more information of the retailer’s extensive selection of Christmas gift ideas visit www.halfords.com.

Louise Iles

Email: louise.iles@halfords.co.uk

Tel: 01527 513206

With over 100 years experience of selling cycles, Halfords are the UK's number one bike specialist. At Halfords, we understand that selling a bike is more than providing it in a box. That is why we offer free* bike build at your local Halfords store even if you buy online and have your bike delivered to your door. We'll also fit free of charge any accessories you've bought at the same time as your bike, whether bought online or in store. We also offer a six-week free health check on your bike.

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“Every year Mums and Dads tell us their kids can figure out what they will be getting within seconds of the gifts going under the tree.
Halfords Head of Cycles, Karen Bellairs