My wrapping paper storage was one of the first things in the “driving me crazy” department when I started this simplifying mission. I had a container in the basement with an odd assortment of Christmas wrapping paper, and a drawer that was a hot mess ~ a humble jumble collection of gift bags, ribbons, bows, and tissue paper ~ mixed up with all my travel cosmetic bags!
This Christmas, it was my goal to use up all the odd rolls of Christmas wrapping paper. I did! (Woo Hoo!) Remaining Christmas gift bags were tucked into the Christmas totes.
Then I used up the only roll of wrapping paper I had left for the drawer liners in the vanity. (Woo Hoo!)
That left me with a nice, small collection of gift bags, tissue, and ribbons that I tucked into the bottom drawer of my office dresser.
I figure if I need a larger gift bag, I’ll just purchase it when I need it. (There’s usually a good selection in the Dollar Store.) I figured I’d rather do that instead of having a huge stash of things just lying around.
Some of you, however, give gifts on a much more regular basis (good for you!) and might want to have more gift wrap on hand. Here’s some gift wrap storage ideas I found for you:
This on the door storage is so clever!
I call this a deluxe wrapping station. It’s part of a sewing room that is just gorgeous!
This simle storage solution is an inexpensive plastic bag holder from Ikea! Genius!
So, tell us ~ do you like to have a little or large stash of gift wrap supplies? How do you store them?