It’s all about the wrapping paper for your presents

It is enough to scramble for last-minute presents. The last thing you want to do on Christmas Eve is to search for enough wrapping paper for the last-minute gift your Aunt Tillie.

That’s a Wrap

Whether it was in her mega-mansion or her penthouse, Candy Spelling is known for devoting whole rooms in her abodes to gift wrapping.

You will do just fine with a clean waste basket and an empty drawer.

Store your wrapping paper vertically in that basket. Organizing the rolls that way will prevent them from getting damaged and it provides easier access.

Keep It Together

Use that empty drawer to store everything from bows and to tape. The idea is to keep everything together so you know where to go when it is time to wrap things up.

Tags, You’re It

You can always add gift tags to the list of things you need to buy for Christmas. Another option is to make your own. Use leftover gift wrap or recycle last year’s holiday cards.

Use a hole punch and I suggest cutting the tag down to a size that complements the gift. Make it even easier for yourself by buying a gift tag punch. You can pick one up for less than ten dollars.