When you’re a kid and you saw presents wrapped under the tree, you agonized over what the boxes might hold. You snuck into the room when no one was looking and picked up the boxes to asses the weight and whether or not it rattled when you shook it. Well, at least that’s what I used to do. As an adult, now you can have a little more fun with your kids in this regard by using this QRapping Paper.
Before I go any further, I’d like you to take a moment an ponder just how one would pronounce that name. I’m pretty sure that phonetically speaking it would be Crapping Paper. I understand that it derives its name from Quick Response codes (QR) and wrapping paper. But really, when someone pronounces your product and it actually has the word “crapping” in the name, you might want to go back to the drawing board.
Sorry about that, I just couldn’t help the toilet humor. The QRappng Paper is very much like any other wrapping paper, but with QR codes printed on it. The codes can then be scanned with a smartphone, where you’ll then be directed to festive videos. Sure, it won’t give your kids any further insight into the nature of the gift, but it might keep them entertained for a few minutes. At $20 for a 20” x 30” sheet, that is expensive entertainment.