Hi! I'm Chance from Designed by Chance. I write a little blog about crafts, home decor, gardening, and my life. Type A is one of my favorite blogs, and I make sure never to miss a post. I'm so excited to be a guest on Tammy's blog. If I lived anywhere near (but I don't) her I would give her a big hug right now.
Today I want to show you a little project I put together to keep all my wrapping supplies "under wraps" (sorry I could not resist the pun).
I don't have a lot of space in my little cottage, so I decided to keep my "wrapping station" under the guest bed.
I used a large roll-away bin to store all my wrapping supplies. Be sure to get the longest one you can find, otherwise it won't hold the long wrapping rolls.
Next, I collected all the wrapping paper from all over the house. For some reason I leave wrapping paper all over, and I can never find the tape or scissors when I need them either. It is good to have everything in one place now.
I really like the solid paper because it can be used for multiple occasions. As you can see I have a few Christmas papers too, this year I used brown paper and twine (you can see that here). This paper is from other years.
This paper is really great because it has both solid red and polka-dots on the same paper. I love the different sides, and the polka-dots make me so happy.
I save tissue paper. Here is my collection of papers, there are all different colors and styles. I use the tissue paper with these boxes, which I save from year to year as well (I seem to be quite low on boxes this year).
Don't forget the scissors and tape.
Put it all together, and you have an easy simple system for all your wrapping needs.
.....slide under the bed,
and you are done!
(Bye bye wrapping station.)
I would love to have some fancy wrapping station with tons of space that takes up half my house, but that is just not a reality. In truth, I prefer to have guests and friends, not a wrapping station I will never use. This little set-up is just perfect for all my wrapping needs. I don't have any kids yet, but I have a feeling this will be really handy when all those birthday parties start up (one day).