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Organizing gift wrap can be such a pain! It constantly unrolls itself, can get crushed, the list goes on and on. Then along with the gift wrap there are so many more items that go along with it like ribbon, gift tags, gift bags, tissue paper, greeting cards and scissor. It can become a disorganized nightmare very quickly. In order to create order from chaos we felt it important to share this post on one way to better organize your gift wrapping stuff. We hope it helps!

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There are endless amazing ways to store gift wrap, such as an over the door organizer {genius idea} or under bed storage bins. I knew I had more supplies than what an over the door organizer could accommodate; I also knew I may want to remove the closet door all together someday. I also wanted to keep the wrapping supplies in my studio, which is where I work, craft, project and pretty much spend every last waking second. Lastly, I wanted to set up a station that could potentially transform into a packaging station for my shop someday, if/when I get to that point. Occasionally I ship things and keep shipping envelopes and packaging materials on hand, therefore, it only makes sense that these items live here as well. I was longing for the wrapping paper to be stored in an easy to access way, which would allow for it to stay nice and neat in-between uses. Oh! And my ribbon collection also. I had tried one of those sweet ribbon boxes, and was even planning on DIY’ing a few more, but I ultimately decided that there was a better, space saving solution.

There are endless amazing ways to store gift wrap, such as an over the door organizer {genius idea} or under bed storage bins. I knew I had more supplies than what an over the door organizer could accommodate; I also knew I may want to remove the closet door all together someday. I also wanted to keep the wrapping supplies in my studio, which is where I work, craft, project and pretty much spend every last waking second. Lastly, I wanted to set up a station that could potentially transform into a packaging station for my shop someday, if/when I get to that point. Occasionally I ship things and keep shipping envelopes and packaging materials on hand, therefore, it only makes sense that these items live here as well. I was longing for the wrapping paper to be stored in an easy to access way, which would allow for it to stay nice and neat in-between uses. Oh! And my ribbon collection also. I had tried one of those sweet ribbon boxes, and was even planning on DIY’ing a few more, but I ultimately decided that there was a better, space saving solution.

Once all of the dowels were installed, I blasted some tunes, dumped all of my gift wrap supplies on the floor of my studio and spent a few hours organizing it all into bins and baskets. Now, when I look into the closet under the stairs, I see this beautiful site!

DIY_Organized_GiftWrap_Station_1

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For all of the pictures and ideas click here: http://iheartorganizing.blogspot.com/2013/12/diy-gift-wrap-organization-station.html

Looking for a Better Way to Organize Your Gift Wrap? Checkout This Idea!
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