Mum shares incredible hack to avoid wrapping any Christmas presents this year

There's no denying that wrapping gifts is probably the least exciting part about Christmas, especially when you can't find the end of the sticky tape.

So if you hate cutting endless amounts of gift wrapping and struggling to get the perfect fold, listen up.

A woman shared her handy tip on Facebook – and it will save you time and effort.

The mum from Australia avoids wrapping any presents for her kids – and her method is pretty genius.

Posting a picture on Facebook, she wrote alongside it: "Easiest Xmas present wrapping ever thanks to Kmart.

"Hassle & stress free no wrapping paper… Woohoo I'll be sticking to this way from now on."

The picture shows three sacks of presents sat on top of three pretty, festive boxes.

Fellow Facebook users were certainly impressed with her nifty idea and took to the comments section.

"Such a great idea and you're saving the trees too!" one person wrote.

Another Facebook user added: "Looks awesome and so good for the environment!!" while a third wrote: "Such a good idea, saving this for next year."

And another wrote: "I'm with you. Too much stress wrapping presents."

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One unlucky mum added: "Omg I just bought like 20 rolls of wrapping paper!!!

"Wish I’d seen this earlier also I’m the world’s worst wrapper really dreading doing it."

And another person pointed out: "Oh the clean up will be so much easier!!"

The clever hack comes after it was reported that Brits will spend £2.8 billion on Christmas stocking fillers this year.

In a study by Nectar of 2,000 adults, it found six in 10 adults plan to give an average of four stockings this year – spending a total of three hours and £23 filling each one.

Nearly half of all adults still receive a stocking from their parents containing toiletries, underwear, and the childhood favourite – chocolate coins.

And of those who go without, 37% admitted they wish they still had the traditional sack of gifts waiting for them on Christmas Day.

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