Wrapping Paper Holders Mom found this on pinterest and just thought she had died and gone to heaven! Wrapping paper unrolling has driven her crazy for years and now her life will change!! Check out these wrapping paper holders from joyastle.com . Related Posts Homemade Hot Oil Treatment Recipe For Dry Hair Irish Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe And Soda Bread! Easy St. Patrick’s Day Recipes And Themed Food!
I saw a great idea about storing wrapping paper. Attach two pieces of wire from front to back in a closet to a screw in the wall and secure. Space them apart so that the rolled paper will be supported (approximately in 4-5 inches from the end of the roll). I know I am not explaining this well but here is a link to the site where I found the original post and she says she originally saw it on Pinterest but I couldn’t locate it there but have since pinned it.
Wow, what a great idea! Cheap too.
Perfectly nifty ideas!!
Grizzly Bear Mom
Another thought is to only purchase wrapping paper that is fit for every ocassion. Gold, blue, silver, green, white would work everytime. Its much harder to use up pink and nativity paper.
Wow! The most brillant solution is always the simplest. I love it!!
i am not sure where i heard or saw this (or even read it) but i can remember this idea: .. buy a roll of that white paper that the butchers or even the fish markets use to wrap the meat/fish with ..
then decorate with stickers and/or a ribbon (if u have little kids with crayons have them “decorate” the paper for you ..
just an idea .. ;D
oh that was for wrapping paper holders? . .oops .. wrong area to post .. hehhee :D .. sorry .. hehehee :D ..
i read too fast and thought it was for ideas to save on wrapping paper ..
oops .. hheheee :D ..
Awesome idea! I will definitely be doing this!
I have used old hair scrunchies to put around wrapping paper to keep it from unrolling. They work much better than rubber bands, because they are covered so they slide off the end of the roll better and keep it looking nice.
You can fit 2-3 rolls of wrapping paper in the leg of an old pair of panty hose and slide it under you bed.