Storing Your Gift Wrap

Gift giving isn't just for winter holidays. Birthdays, baby and wedding showers and more happen all year long. Eventually, you’ll need wrapping paper handy. There are some nifty ways to store it without it getting damaged:
Tall, plastic containers are great for keeping rolls of wrapping paper. You can see each design easily, but you won’t be able to stack anything on top of it if you’re looking for extra space. It can be a specialty item for wrap, or something as simple as a clean waste basket or 5-gallon bucket. There are also products on Amazon for storing rolls of wrapping paper that are waterproof and see-through.

Other great hiding spots for gift wrappings are under the bed: out of sight, out of mind. They can be hung on the back of a door, like a closet, or in the corner of the closet.
Bags, wrapping paper, ribbons, and tissue paper can be used more than once, so store them in a way that won't crush or tear. Again, this can be something specific to gift wrap or as easy as an old shoebox. I'm also a big fan of using a paper or reusable shopping bag to store other gift bags, bows or more.

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