Here's one of my favorite present wrapping tips: create a bag of wrapping paper scraps. As I cut wrapping paper off the big rolls, I save the leftover pieces after wrapping a gift and roll them up inside of a recycled shopping bag for later use on smaller gifts.
My husband thinks this is the best present wrapping innovation EVER because it saves him so much time when wrapping presents. He can just hunt around in the bag for a scrap about the size of the gift he needs to wrap. He probably wraps 90% of his gifts out of this bag. The littlest scraps are usually perfect for small stocking stuffers. (At our house, we usually wrap about half of the items inside our Christmas stockings.)
I try to keep the bag organized with Christmas wrapping paper on one side and paper for birthdays and other occasions on the other side. I used a smaller recycled shopping bag inside the big one to help keep them separate. It's also helpful if you can find a big shopping bag with long handles, so you can carry the bag even if you have long scraps inside. I hang my bag on a hook in my craft closet when not in use, so the long handles are great for that, too.
Do you have any present wrapping tips to share?
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