Written by Claire Schneider
You’ve conquered the holiday shopping deals and rocked your way through your shopping list. Now it’s time for the handsome task of wrapping all the presents. But first you have to go through the tedious process of gathering and digging through totes to access your trove of holiday wrapping supplies. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an inexpensive way to keep all of your wrapping supplies easily accessible when needed but also properly stored during the rest of the year?
Creating a wrapping station is an excellent way to both be ultra-organized and recycle old TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® moving boxes. You’ll be happy you kept all supplies in one place when you find yourself rushing to wrap all the presents before your family finds them!
Our dish pack is the perfect size to house all your materials, including wrapping paper. When wrapping presents, the wrapping station provides designated areas for all of your items including tape, scissors, wrapping paper, ribbons, tissue paper, etc. Once you’ve added the final touches onto that last gift, you can move the station to storage until next year.
Creating your wrapping station
1) Tape the bottom of the dish pack.
2) Remove the top flaps, then adhere festive duct tape to those rough edges.
3) Assemble the dish cells. Consider the size of your items. I suggest creating smaller sections on the outside and choose a wider middle section.
4) Add your items!
Safety bonus alert: Creating a deluxe wrapping station will help streamline the wrapping process and prevent the loss of scissors in a pile of ribbons.