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I buy the enormous rolls of butcher paper and my husband created a special "holder" off my laundry room cabinets. The box that says "gifts" holds tape, scissors, wrapping paper razor cutter, washi tape and a few rolls of divine twine, since that is all I wrap with. It is usually in the cabinet since I don't like stuff sitting out. Lol... I wrap everything in butcher paper so I don't need to store other rolls.


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Pickles, that looks great! Not only do I love the color but the idea too. I'd heard of people using towel racks or curtain rods as wrapping paper holder too. I like the classic look of the brown paper too.
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Pickles, that looks great! Not only do I love the color but the idea too. I'd heard of people using towel racks or curtain rods as wrapping paper holder too. I like the classic look of the brown paper too.
I just like the idea of "brown paper packages tied up with strings." They always look so pretty! I have a different color of twine for each kid too- and Santa even sneaks in and uses it on Christmas Eve so everyone knows which gifts belong to whom.
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this is how I plan to do mine when we have our new house. For now we store it in the master shower because it doesn't work.
That is what I was going to suggest and I hope to do this soon with our regular use wrapping paper. I keep our Christmas wrapping supplies in a box in the attic.
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I just like the idea of "brown paper packages tied up with strings." They always look so pretty! I have a different color of twine for each kid too- and Santa even sneaks in and uses it on Christmas Eve so everyone knows which gifts belong to whom.
Thank you SO MUCH for the song stuck in my head now.

I was actually going to ask if you use different color ribbon for each person on Christmas.
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