WFMW: Gift-Wrapping Center

I’ve got gift wrapping on the brain, so I’m going to show y’all some pictures.

If you want to think that this is my house and my idea, I might let you.

But it’s not, it’s my friend Sandi’s house. I love the gift-wrapping center she created:
You could create this anywhere, but I love that it’s above a counter in her laundry room:

  • She uses paper towel hangers to hold spools of curling ribbon
  • A long towel rack holds tissue paper
  • A wooden hat rack is the perfect place to hang ribbon
  • An unused vase holds bows
  • The double plate stand is a catchall for tape and cards

Isn’t this clever?
It works for her (and me!)
(This is a repost from last Christmas).
Anyone want to come wrap my gifts this year??


Comments

  1. 6

    says

    Am I the only one who looks at that wrapping station with everything exposed, especially the open-topped vase full of bows, and wonders, “How the heck do you DUST that?!” Could you ask Sandi for us? In my house, even if we wrapped a gift every day, after a few months there would be giant dust bunnies living in the bottom of that vase!

  2. 12

    says

    Hey Kristen…better late than never…it’s been a busy day. FYI…got all the rubber stamps mailed and collected the funds and we raised $125.00 for The Mercy House…woo hoo! Please email me and let me know where you want me to mail the check. Thanks a bunch, Roberta

  3. 15

    says

    You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this mattter to be actually something that I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for
    your next post, I will try to get the hang of
    it!

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