A guide to make your gift wrapping easy and fun this year. Check out my holiday gift wrapping essentials guide to make it convenient and easy with everything you need right at your fingertips!
Thanksgiving is over and it is time to stock up and set up your holiday gift wrapping station!
The day after Thanksgiving I get to work on gathering all of my holiday gift wrapping essentials and I always have a dedicated space in my basement for it.
All of these items can basically be delivered within a couple of days so you can get to work setting up your station, too!
If you don’t have the space to keep it up for weeks at a time, the organizer will keep everything at your fingertips for easy access and quick wrapping.
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What makes an easy gift wrapping station?
Wrapping Paper Holder with Tape Dispenser // These are SO good! I got these last year and I was wondering where they have been all of my life! They are SO helpful and just makes wrapping so much more convenient. I have two sets so I can have two rolls at the ready while wrapping. Trust me…you will love these!
Wrapping Paper Storage // You can have all of your essentials in one place! Store it under the bed or at the top of a closet. Also comes with an extra bag for more if needed. I have a slight wrapping paper obsession so this would be perfect for me. Store bags, tissue paper, bows and ribbon. It is customizable, too.
Hanging Wrapping Paper Organizer // Maybe you don’t need to store that much or don’t have the extra space! This is a great solution for apartment living and is a great space saver.
Snap Bracelets // Remember snap bracelets? Well they’re not for kids anymore in our house.They have a new purpose around here and are the perfect thing to keep your wrapping paper from unwinding on the roll! So easy to use and no more tape that seems impossible to get off when you need to.
Wrapping Paper Cutter // I absolutely love these! I have had and used these for YEARS and I actually use them year round and they really are better than scissors. So convenient and work perfectly every time.
White tissue paper // You always need white tissue paper – year round. This pack will be at your fingertips to help fill bags and boxes when wrapping your gifts this year.
Tape // There are a lot of tapes out there but this specific one is my absolute favorite! You can’t really see it once it is on the gift. It almost disappears.
Large Christmas Gift Bag // You always need at least one. Keep this adorable one in your stash so you don’t have to end up using a garbage bag like me one year. Been there, done that. It is reusable, adorable and worth the $6.
Boxes // It is no secret that I love to keep all the boxes that I give gifts in. I bought a pack and have used the same pack for years. At the end of Christmas day I round up all of the boxes and fold them up for next year. I hate wasting them. I am the same way with bows! I keep a pretty Christmas bag open and the family takes the bows of their gifts and throw them in the bag. I really like to get as much use out of the bows and boxes as I can.
Pens // Sharpies are hands down the best when writing on gift tags that aren’t glossy. Ball point pens are best on glossy tags.
We all spend so much thoughtful time getting the perfect gift for our loved ones. My wish for you is that it is fun and easy to wrap the gifts we so carefully curate and I hope this guide helps. Happy Holidays!
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