Candace Cameron Bure Is in Love With a Festive Gift

by Chase Thomas

Candace Cameron Bure is staying busy this Christmas season. Not only does the longtime Fuller House star appear in Hallmark Channel movies around this time each year, but Cameron Bure has also found the time to get into the real-world Christmas spirit. Gift-wrapping is harder than it looks, folks. Some folks like gift-bagging, and others enjoy wrapping. There is no right or wrong answer here, but whenever you find someone with an exquisite gift-wrapping game, you have to share it. Well, Candace Cameron Bure is in love with a festive gift this holiday season.

In a new Instagram post, Cameron Bure shared the perfect wrapping skills of a friend of hers. She then asked folks to tag their friends who share similar wrapping skills.

For the caption, she wrote, “An appreciation post to this beautiful woman @melissacoulier who wraps better than anyone I know. Should I even open it?!! Tag your friend who has mad wrapping skills.”

Fans loved the note. One fan wrote, “Me! Im the best wrapper I know. I should have my own mixtape. I have scotch tape instead. “

Another fan wrote, “Love YOU!! I’ll be working on perfecting my potato stamps. Can’t wait to hear your guesses based on the wrapping clues.”

Candace Cameron Bure’s Future

Candace Cameron Bure has been with the Hallmark Channel for some time now. Over a decade even. Clearly, for Cameron Bure to commit to the channel and the network for as long as she has indicates she is happy with her time there at the network. She told the Washington Post, “Oh, I absolutely love it. I’ve had a long-standing relationship with Hallmark Channel for 12 years. Being intentional with my career and my choices, their branding has always lined up with what I want to represent and with the type of programming that I do, which is all family-friendly entertainment. And so I love that.”

She continued, “I have fans who are 6 years old who recognize me as D.J. Tanner, whether it’s from the original show or the new show on Netflix. And then I have 60-year-old fans that love me on Hallmark Channel. I couldn’t be more thrilled. I love being associated with Christmas — it’s my favorite holiday of the year.” It’s two different folks who get to see Candace Cameron Bure in a completely different light. Some folks know her from Hallmark, others from Fuller House. It’s a really situation to find one’s self in.

Candace Cameron Bure concluded, “It meant everything. It was such a gift in my life to be able to reprise the show and do a whole new show based on the same characters. They will always be beloved in my life. … It really was an amazing gift.”

You can watcher Fuller House on Netflix.