Gift Wrap Closet
Give gifts the perfect finishing touches when you convert a closet into a full-service wrapping station!
Give packages perfect finishing touches when you convert a closet into a full service wrapping station. Fill a canvas bin with lightweight packing materials like tissue paper and bubble wrap. Use chalkboard paint to create rewritable labels on ceramic canisters. Bows are easy to locate when stored inside clear jars. Thread rolls with gift wrap on to dowel rods. Rest each rod on a pair of pegs. Apply metal primer to a portion of the wall and add a painted frame. Use magnets to display notes. Incorporate a small computer desk inside the closet as a work surface. Use the desk's pullout keyboard tray to sort decorative papers. Outfit a rolling office cart with gift boxes, ribbons, and cutting tools. Clear top bins for spices are ideal for package embellishments. Include a miniature trash can to catch all your snips and scraps. Great looking gifts are a cinch when you fill a closet with clever solutions for easy gift wrapping.
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