Tell All Tuesday: Gift Wrapping Station

Happy Tuesday Everyone!!

Y’all know I have decked the halls over here!

I’m so excited for Christmas this year! I’m always excited for Christmas but especially this year because it’s Brewer’s first Christmas!

Now, I’m starting to wrap presents to put underneath the tree! Do you all have a special gift wrapping station or a way of storing wrapping paper & gift bags? 

Today, I’m going to share how I store all of my gift wrapping materials! It may sound silly to have a special area designated for those things in your house but to me, it makes sense. We are always going to a birthday party, a baby shower, a wedding, or needing holiday wrapping paper. I needed a space to store all of those materials!

Behind this little hallway closet, you will find all of my gift wrap materials!

*Disclaimer: I think this closet is supposed to be for storing a vacuum cleaner, etc, however…

We added some shelves and turned it into our little miscellaneous closet!

We keep our family games in here & all of our gift wrap materials!

I have a bin with lots of gift bags & tissue paper!

It’s enough space to store tall rolls of wrapping paper!

I have an assortment of gift boxes.

Rolls of ribbon + that little red basket has some sirsees in it. You never know when you may need a little gift for something! Sometimes, I’ll buy things that I think are cute & someone else will like too or find useful.

I also have a bag full of bows + ribbon.

My scissors, tape, & a pen also stay in this closet!

I usually sit right here in the hallway by the “gift wrap station” to wrap presents or take it all into the next room- the guest room!

I love wrapping presents! The wrapping is part of the gift in my opinion!


That completes my “gift wrap station!” I hope y’all have the best Tuesday!

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