Earlier this month, Ruth Langsford thrilled fans with one of the best Christmas wrapping tips we've ever seen.
On Wednesday, the star returned to social media with an update – and it might be even better!
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The presenter shared a short video which showed her wrapping presents as she'd previously recommended, while leaning on an ironing board instead of a table or bed.
This time, though, all the presents were covered in the same stylish gift wrap, deep red paper with a gold reindeer print.
The impressive pile of presents almost covered the ironing board, and each was topped with curled gold ribbon.
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Ruth captioned the clip: "Mammoth wrapping session on the ironing board today... using @sam_balshaw tip of wrapping gifts in the same paper for each person... then no tags required!! #christmas #wrapping #presents #ironingboard."
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The This Morning co-host's fans rushed to share their approval.
One added a clapping hands emoji as they commented: "That is a brilliant tip!"
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Others added: "Very impressed," "What a fab tip," and: "Used this trick today, so much easier!!"
One did have a query, however, wondering: "How do you remember [whose] paper is [whose]?"
Ruth's wrapping guru Sam Balshaw helpfully responded: "Sellotape a little of the paper to an A4 sheet - works a treat."
Ruth replied to her friend's advice: "ANOTHER fantastic tip mate! X."
The 60-year-old is clearly helping to make Christmas easier for a lot of people.
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When she shared her original ironing board hack, her fans gushed about how useful it was.
One wrote: "You read my mind! Earlier today the dreaded thought of wrapping on the bed filled me with utter dread & memories of the backaches I endure every year! So thank you for this fantastic tip."
A second agreed, adding: "What a brilliant idea… I’ve never thought of that but it’s perfect. Thank you."
Other followers agreed, commenting: "What a great idea," "This is genius," and: "I love this!"
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