There's nothing more exciting on Christmas day than when the kids run down the stairs and see the presents Santa has brought them. Especially if the gift is a Springfree Trampoline. It would be hard to find enough wrapping paper to cover an entire Springfree Trampoline. But don't worry, we've got you covered!
Here are our tips to help you wrap and reveal the ultimate gift this Christmas.
A standard for most large gifts, nothing is more festive than a big red bow. But how do you actually make one of those giant bows? Watch our step by step video to learn how.
Pretend your trampoline is a Christmas tree and get decorating! A long strand of tinsel is an easy way to tie a bow around the trampoline. There are also giant decorations available at most stores that you can hang from either either the top of the net or the frame for some fun.
What would be more exciting on Christmas day than a treasure hunt that leads to the ultimate surprise? If you can keep your kids away from discovering the big surprise before gift-giving time (or have tarps or sheets you can hide your Springfree under in the meantime), this idea will create so much excitement.
Start with a clue, written on a piece of cardboard hanging on the tree or in an envelope under the tree and lead them to it. You can cut straight to the chase, with something like "head outside" or make it a fun treasure-hunt, by sending them to various places around the house where the next clue will be hiding!
Filling the trampoline with balloons is fun and easy, provided you have some help blowing them all up. Choose a colourful theme or stick with festive red, green and white – whatever you choose, the kids will be delighted!
Whatever you decide to do, the kids will still be excited to see their very own Springfree in the backyard. Make sure you have the camera ready and capture the moment – it will be one to treasure.