Monday, December 16, 2013

105 DIY Gift Wrap Organization Station

Happy Monday!  Today, I am participating in another color challenge with my some super dope blog friends!


You may remember a few months back, the color we were challenged to work with was pink and the hubby and I DIY'd a portable workstation.  This time around, we were challenged to play with gold!  I was so game, you don't even know.  I am accenting everything with gold as of late, so I knew it was the perfect time to integrate some gold into a project we had already in the works!

I don't know about you, but sometimes I have huge organizational aspirations.  I gaze at my piles and come up with these grand visions of awesomeness.  Then, life and budget happen and a lot of times I revert to getting crafty to organize those piles in a pretty way without breaking the bank. 

That is the situation with my wrapping paper supplies.  My supplies once lived in random piles and my stash would grow birthday after birthday and Christmas after Christmas.  Some items were stored in my studio, some items were stored with the Christmas supplies and others were stored with party decor.  I always save gift bags that we receive, and if I see them on sale, even stock up on a few extras for those last minute birthday party invites.  I had messy bins that needed to be addressed.  And don't get me started on pretty wrapping paper.  I end up using it to line drawers and cover shoeboxes far more than wrapping gifts, but I love it and collect it and needed a much better way than this to store it....


Sure, the basket was cute, but that paper was only a quarter of my collection.  And the paper continuously came unrolled and the edges were always ragged from the wire basket and improper storage method.

There are endless amazing ways to store gift wrap, such as an over the door organizer {genius idea} or under bed storage bins.  I knew I had more supplies than what an over the door organizer could accommodate; I also knew I may want to remove the closet door all together someday.  I also wanted to keep the wrapping supplies in my studio, which is where I work, craft, project and pretty much spend every last waking second.  Lastly, I wanted to set up a station that could potentially transform into a packaging station for my shop someday, if/when I get to that point.  Occasionally I ship things and keep shipping envelopes and packaging materials on hand, therefore, it only makes sense that these items live here as well.  I was longing for the wrapping paper to be stored in an easy to access way, which would allow for it to stay nice and neat in-between uses.  Oh!  And my ribbon collection also.  I had tried one of those sweet ribbon boxes, and was even planning on DIY'ing a few more, but I ultimately decided that there was a better, space saving solution.

This is the process I go through when taking on any organizing task.  I sit and create a wish list and narrow down the ways to ultimately store my belongings.  With all of these "wish list" items, I decided that a cabinet could do the trick.  And we already had one on hand!  We stole this one from the laundry room, which was previously storing linens.  While cleaning out the garage this past month, I was re-acquainted with another bookcase I had purchased on Craigslist about two years ago for the boy's shared bedroom, which ultimately didn't work out.  Now it will be getting a makeover and taking place of the white one in the laundry room {it makes more sense for the space size wise}.  That allowed me to take our laundry room cabinet and tuck it perfectly under the stairs.


To create the gift wrap organizational portion of this project, we picked up nine inexpensive 1/2" wooden dowels from Home Depot for around $1.50 each.  We also picked up a package of gold cup hooks.

My hubby found a scrap piece of wood, which he cut into 18 equal pieces.  I then painted each individual piece white to match the bookcase. 

I also painted the wooden dowels with an oil based liquid leaf paint, which I already had on hand, to give the dowels that pretty gold finish I was after!


Once all of the paint was dry, my hubby helped me install the hooks and dowels.  The hooks were screwed into each of the eighteen pieces of scrap wood.  The rest of the process went something like this:


  1. Measure where you wish to place your dowels which will hold your gift wrap and/or ribbon spools.  My hubby did some math to ensure everything was equal and angled evenly on both sides.
  2. Nail the scrap wood pieces into the side of the bookcase/cabinet.  We used our brad nailer.
  3. Here you can see how all nine pieces on one side of the bookcases looked.  The opposite side was an identical mirrored image.
  4. The gold dowels slide and clip right into the cup hooks.  They are loose enough to spin, yet tight enough to not pop out with some use.
Once all of the dowels were installed, I blasted some tunes, dumped all of my gift wrap supplies on the floor of my studio and spent a few hours organizing it all into bins and baskets.  Now, when I look into the closet under the stairs, I see this beautiful site!


Not a bad view right?  But wait; once you walk under the stairs, the view is even better up close!


I am completely obsessed.  My organizing lovin' heart couldn't be more thrilled with how well this cabinet worked out for this project!


With the exception of the two baskets on the bottom shelf, a hook for my scissors and an organizer for my thread and twine, we had everything else on hand.  Can you spot it all in this photo?  Where's Waldo?


Let's take a closer look shall we?  Sorry for photo overload.


The dowels are working great to not only hold the paper, but to easily pull the paper out to cut off a slice.  The other night, I took the entire roll out to wrap a few Christmas gifts, and just popped it back in when I was done.  I have a counter just outside of the closet, which is the perfect surface for wrapping.  And best of all, the paper is now going to last much longer, and the edges are going to stay nice and preserved!


The dowels also spin within the hooks, making it easy to pull some ribbon from a roll.


The next shelf holds even more goodies to make giving a bit easier.



The pink box and the white box were both purchased from IKEA awhile back, and are part of the KASSETT line.

The pink box is great for holding my supply of gift tags.  Tip: stock up on these after Christmas, they go on steep clearance and you get a lot for a little.  I like to make my own tags throughout the year, but around the holidays when I do more wrapping at once, it is nice to have a stash to grab from.


The white box is a document or art box, which is perfect for my gift bag collection.


You will also notice that this shelf holds my recently organized Washi Tape collection.


Along with a basket of miscellaneous items, including large rolls of twine, smaller ribbon rolls and paper slicing tools.


The final two baskets are organized greeting cards, which you can read about here, and an entire basket of Thank You cards, because I still believe in hand written gratitude.


The two baskets on the bottom shelf hold more of the bulky wrap items; gift boxes in one...


... and bows and tissue in another.  A few cheapy magazine holders were the perfect basket dividers for the pretties.


To label the baskets, I used some blank tags which I embellished with Washi Tape and added a clear label created with my label maker.


I was able to crawl into this sweet little space to snap a photo.  This completely filled my heart with JOY, considering a month ago I didn't even know what was being stored in here.  Piles and bins and years of "things", oh my!


The upper shelf has some more magazine files, these hold a few random supplies that needed a home, including store catalogs and mailing envelopes.


These little stacking boxes are one of my most favorite organizing containers.  I received them from the Storage Magazine crew when they came to photograph our house last year, but have found endless uses for them.


I labeled the boxes with some white vinyl cut with my Silhouette.  Simply darling!

On the back wall, we added a small hook to hold my good, gold scissors, which are not to be used for kids crafts or in the kitchen.  They are all mine!  Bahahahaha in my most devilish laugh!


The twine and thread holder, was originally this unfinished wooden one fro JoAnn {only $5 with a 50% off coupon}.  I removed the legs and gave it a coat of brilliantly bold pink spray paint.  Now, to learn how to master my sewing machine so I can put that thread to good use!


The acrylic organizer once held makeup in our bathroom, but has since been sitting in one of my piles in our utility room, waiting to be given new life.  Now, it holds a few of the smaller cards and office like items that I use when writing notes or putting together a small mailing.



To add a little extra colorful whimsy to the closet, I created a fun tissue paper tassel garland using a tutorial found here.  It is pinned up with push pins above the cabinet.


And that rounds out the tour!  Being that it is right off of my personal creative space, I am so lucky I got to add a little glam to the project!




You can bet this area has been getting used like crazy as of late!  It has been beyond convenient having every last item in one single place.  Everything is easy to access and maintain, and I now know what I need to stock up on, and what sales I can skip over this year!  After all of the cleaning out and purging we did last month, this feels like the best of rewards.

So that is how I integrated a little gold into my gift wrap storage project.  You can see how all of the other fabulous peeps used gold within their projects, by clicking the links below:









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105 comments:

  1. Jen, I LOVE it! As with everything you do, it is so functional and beautiful all at the same time! I love how everything has a designated {adorable} space, and the pops of gold just make the whole system! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

    ~Abby =)

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  2. Jen, what a great idea! I tackled my wrapping paper rolls piles at the beginning of the year and managed to hide them behind our office door using Ikea Rationell Variera plastic bag dispenser!
    http://www.lifeineight.com/2013/01/gift-wrapping-supplies-storage-solution_2.html

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  3. Wow! My heart is leaping with joy looking at all this organization and I love all your pretty boxes, baskets and paper. I like that it looks pretty enough to show off to guests, and functional enough to actually use it all. Great pictures.

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  4. Love, love, LOVE this post! So much inspiration for a gift wrap station that can be used {and admired} year-round! I am a big fan of snail mail, and am always sending out little notes of gratitude, but I love the idea of being able to put together a quick little package when I find something cute that makes me think of a friend or family member! Oh, and by the way, picture overload is a GOOD thing! I could spend an entire afternoon gazing at pictures of this space.

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    1. That is so great to hear! It terrifies me that technology will someday take over and that those sweet gestures will just be a past time.

      xoxo!

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  5. I am in heaven! I absolutely adore this! I have an extra bookcase that I just took out of my craft room and almost donated this weekend. So glad I had second thoughts about getting rid of it! I can't wait to make this!!

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    1. That is awesome! Hope it works our for you too!

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  6. suddenly, all of the wrap shoved under the guest room bed is just not cutting it anymore. ;)

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  7. I love this so much!
    Whenever I read your blog, I get slight craft envy - so many fabulous things! But then I remember that I am a grad student with pretty much no money, and also that I don't have a wonderful hubby like yours to help with craft adventures, and I feel a little better.
    Your blog makes me so excited for the future, though! I cannot wait to go to town on my own house one day and implement some of your wonderful ideas and projects :)

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    1. Oh yes! Don't get envious! I have had 12 years in this house to slowly build and collect. Definitely doesn't happen over night. I appreciate you stopping in!

      xo!

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  8. I want to steal this cupboard!!! So beautifully organized!!

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  9. A-MA-ZING!!!! Totally love all the colors and your mad organization skills!

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  10. These ideas are awesome. I was just looking at my own wrapping paper mess in plastic boxes last night and decided that after the holidays I WOULD find a new way to store my supplies. Thanks for the inspiration and the ideas.

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  11. Love, love, love! I honestly wish I could just have one day with your amazing gift to dream these fantabulous organizational solutions!

    Wondering where you tend to look for your beautiful wrapping paper?

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    1. Thank you Amanda! I typically find paper at HomeGoods, Target and Paper Source. xoxo!

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  12. I am DYING!!!!!!! This is amazing. I'd totally be stroking and petting that cabinet!!!

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  13. 1 your orginizational skills are outta this world!! I only wish I was half as organized as you.

    2. That whole craft cabinet is amazing!!! So cute and I love how you hung up the wrapping paper and the gold scissors.

    Have a great week girl!

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  14. I LOVE IT! this is the cutest, well thought out, doesn't take up a lot of room wrapping organizing station I've ever seen!!!!
    Merry Christmas!

    Cindy

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  15. Lovity love! Such a gorgeous, fun, happy little space.

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  16. I was so excited to see this post! I love reading your blog. And I just love your ideas! I hope to incorporate some of these ideas into my craft/office area! Thanks Jen!

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  17. Love this! Not only is it beautiful...it is practical!

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  18. Thank you for the inspiration! I enjoy reading your blog!

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  19. What a sweet little spot! I mean, could it get any better than this?? I hope to get our wrapping stuff organized...maybe after the holidays :)

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  20. Absolutely stunning! Where do you find such neat print wrapping paper?

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    1. Thank you! I typically find paper at HomeGoods, Target and Paper Source. xoxo!

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  21. I really like the way you stored the wrapping paper on the dowels horizontally. Such a clever solution!

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  22. So beautimus - I love the color and functionality. I have always been happy that I have a ginormous pegboard and cabinets in my laundry room for crafting and wrapping, and I'm now sad that I don't have a little cubby to put a bookshelf into :-)

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  23. After spending the weekend wrapping in a room full of chaos, this post made my day! So much wonderful inspiration. I also would love to know where you find great wrapping paper.

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  24. I can hardly even handle the loveliness of your wrapping station. You are honestly the most creative person with the hooks and dowel rods for your wrapping paper. Just a brilliant idea! Thanks for again inspiring us all!

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  25. The stacking boxes look amazing. Can I ask what font you used for the vinyl labels?

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  26. This post just blew me away! I would LOVE to have such an amazing wrapping station. Any advice on what people who live in apartments can do?

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    1. Thank you! Think under bed, in a storage trunk, the back of a door? xoxo!

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  27. First let me wish you and your family happy Christmas! I had a idea that all ihearters could do is where a WWJD bracelet and when you are having a organizing problem you could switch Jesus for Jen! Sure he wouldn't mind helping get our homes in order and looking pretty! Love Katie xo ps where is your black and white ribbon from? Xo

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    1. Oh my goodness! Now isn't that the sweetest comment! Thank you so much for making my day just that much brighter!

      The ribbon is from JoAnn.

      xoxo!

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  28. This area totally rocks. I just love how you combine functionality and good-lookin' stuff. So bright and happy!

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  29. This makes my heart happy. So beautiful and functional. Love it!

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  30. It looks great! I want to come to your house to wrap presents!

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    1. Come on over! Wrapping party on Saturday! ;)

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  31. You're a genius! This is so beautiful, I'm drooling. Thank you so much for the endless amounts of inspiration!

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  32. I seriously do not know where to begin. Jaw dropping loveliness exploded all over my computer screen. The colors. The organization. The scissors {gold!} hanging, the white vinyl letters. You see I can go on and on. This may be one of my very favorite projects of yours. Oh, and the tassel garland. . you are killing me. xoxo

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  33. Oh my this is outstanding to say the least! Bravo Jen, there's no one that can make a closet as this sing like you!

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  34. I LOVE this project and it has totally inspired me to go downstairs and get my wrapping supplies organized! Did all your wrapping paper fit in here or where do you store the extra?

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    1. I actually have an extra two rolls that are floating around, but I am using this as a guide to only allow for this many rolls total going forward. Because really, who needs more than eight rolls of paper? Haha! I am sure I could find reasons, but love limiting myself to what I have the space to store.

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  35. OMG this is FAB! I hope to copy you one day soon...you've given me great inspiration! I bet you can't wait to wrap a present! :)

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  36. Gorgeous - love every single detail!

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  37. I have been eyeing those baskets for awhile now, but didn't know what I was going to use them for... Now, I know. I have boxes and gift packaging accessories all over my office. Thank you for this awesome post. Ordering them now!!! You are amazing.

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  38. Beautiful Jen! Love this gift wrap station. And Homegoods is the best place for paper, they always have such awesome paper!

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  39. This is so flippin amazing, Jen! I am in love!!!!

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  40. My goodness girl. You are freakin GOOD!! I looooove it. I'm searching through my house right now looking for a spot for this. Thank you again for the amazing inspiration.

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  41. WOW Jen. You are AMAZING! Seriously!! How awesome is this post!? Excuse me while I go pick my jaw up off the floor. And then read this post again!

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  42. Jen,
    I just wanted to give you some internet love. I have been reading your blog almost a year now. I've never commented but right now I feel so compelled. The colors in the post are gorgeous! Your blog is so inspiring to me, when I first came upon it I felt like you were in my head because your style is very much like my own. I also am a mother of boys. :) Your blog can wipe away any bad day I'm having, and I'm never disappointed with the new things you come up with. Thank you for everything you do!

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  43. Wow! Thank you for this post! Inspiring!

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  44. Talk about inspiration, girl! Not only did I just read your entire post (and drool over the beautiful pics), I just read every comment for extra details! lol Good stuff! Definitely will be tackling my wrapping paper/craft closet situation after the holidays. :)

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  45. LOVE it! But what about the larger wrapping paper rolls? I have so many of those!

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    1. Thank you!

      I actually don't purchase the longer rolls because I have always had trouble storing them. This project could work for the longer rolls if your bookcase is wide enough. Otherwise, there are under the bed organizers and really great over the door organizers which can accommodate them as well. xo!

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  46. Seriously?!!!!! I am a firm believer in not coveting.....but its not working this time!!!!! Ooopppss....i just drooled. ;)

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  47. This looks beautiful and has given me some inspiration for something similar I am trying to do so thanks for the ideas. I would love to know how you organize/store your organizing products ie baskets, boxes, etc.

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  48. Catch me... I'm falling! (places back of hand to forehead)...#SWOON

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  49. Pure. And. Utter. Genius. You are amazing and I ADORE your blog!!

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  50. AMAZING!!! This is how I see everything organized in my dreams!!! Tee hee, I noticed your little French pastry (what are those called macaroons?!) pink trinket keeper (I just gave one of those as a gift to a friend's mom the other week!!) I'm waiting for some supplies to land so I can cover some boxes so my organization can begin!! This has inspired me!! THANK YOU!!!!

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  51. Thank you for my reply Jen! It cheered me up looking after my sick little one! Just wish we could be pen friends using snail mail! ;0) love Katie xo uk xo

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  52. Love it! What are the approximate dimensions of your shelf/area?

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  53. Oh my GOSH!!!! HEAVEN. If I had a space like that, I'd never leave the house!! Thanks for the inspiration. Now, could you come over and do the same thing to my house? :D

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  54. You are so inspiring and so darn cute! So happy I found your blog a few months ago! Love getting post updates and the inspiration to get organized over here. Thanks! And Merry Christmas!

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  55. I have no words! That is a picture of perfection! I showed my hubby the before picture (which he thought was the after picture!)
    If you are ever in the UK I have many a project for you ;)

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  56. Wow, this is an AMAZING!!!! idea. Thank you so much for inspiring me to finally organize my gift wrapping supplies. Happy Holidays to you and yours!

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  57. A-MA-ZING! Love this, Jen! Now I just need the extra space to do that. :)

    Dana

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  58. This looks like a shop! That looks very pretty and so organised and now you don't need to buy anything else for a long time! What I do with wrapping paper is simple - I have a pair of scissor, sellotape and one roll. When that is used up I buy another one. Simple. And I try to use as little new paper as possible - you can use old maps etc for wrapping.

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  59. This is my first time stopping by your blog... and I can already tell it won't be my last! I love this gift wrapping station and definitely will be implementing your ideas! One question though. I have some really long tubes (~40") of wrapping paper that won't fit in a bookshelf. What would you recommend with those?

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    1. Hi Charlotte!

      I actually don't purchase the longer rolls because I have always had trouble storing them. This project could work for the longer rolls if your bookcase is wide enough. Otherwise, there are under the bed organizers and really great over the door organizers which can accommodate them as well. xo!

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  60. How do you keep your wrapping paper rolls tight?

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    1. Hello! I use a small piece of Washi tape to hold the paper in place. :)

      xo!

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    2. you could also slit an empty toilet paper roll down one side and slide it over the roll to hold the paper

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  61. Really enjoy looking at your blog.

    But not sure I understand... You said "Sure, the basket was cute, but that paper was only a quarter of my collection." Then, you only have 8 rolls held horizontally which is the same amount I counted in the basket. I'm all for making it look pretty but it's not really any more useful for saving space this way.

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    1. Hi Emily!

      I can absolutely see how that can come off as misleading. I actually thought the basket was charming, so I assure you this project was not just for "looks". The basket of wrap in the photo was taken back in May (seen in this post: http://iheartorganizing.blogspot.com/2013/05/studio-progress-major-cabinet-upgrades.html) and only contained a few rolls of wrap and the rest was shelf liner, which come in much smaller and thinner rolls. Between the expansion of my gift wrap and shelf liner, it no longer all fit in the basket, and the bottom of the rolls would snag on the basket and cause tearing. By moving everything to the cabinet, I can now keep the large rolls of gift wrap on the dowels near my other gift wrap supplies and prevent the paper from being damaged. The shelf liner rolls are now stored separate in a drawer (as seen here: http://iheartorganizing.blogspot.com/2013/12/under-stairs-storage-reveal.html)

      Hope that makes more sense. :) xoxo!!

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  62. Oh my gosh - I am so in love with this!! So clever how you hung the wrapping paper rolls!

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  63. You should add a shelf right underneath the papers and ribbon that pulls out like a keyboard tray, (but the depth of the other shelves) so you can pull it out and just wrap a present quick right there with all your supplies and then push it back and out of the way when you are done.

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    1. Oh yes! We talked about doing some sort of flip or slide out workspace, but all I have to do is turn around and use a full size counter, so that piece of the project didn't make the cut this round. :)

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  64. Hi Jen!
    I was just wondering where you buy some of your fabulous fabrics! They are so modern and chic!

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    1. Hello!

      I love fabric.com, onlinefabricstore.net, etsy and spoonflower. :)

      xo!

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  65. Hi Jen! This is absolutely gorgeous! Can I ask where you purchased the bookcase you used? I know that you repurposed it from another project, but do you remember where it originally came from? I love this idea, but I want to make sure I start out with a sturdy bookcase!

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    1. Hello! The bookcase was initially pieced together as part of the EFFECTIV line from IKEA. I think they have slowly been discontinuing items from that line, so I am not sure if the same bookcase exists any longer.

      xo!

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  66. Hi Jen! This is so cheery and cute!! I love it and it's very inspiring. What kind of storage container did you use for the washi tape? I absolutely love it!

    Thanks,
    Tara

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  67. This is absolutely WONDERFUL...make my OCD heart SING!! I could so crawl in to your closet and just look at this for days and days! GREAT job! :)

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  68. Your creative dowel solution is great. I have used spring loaded skinny curtain rods to hang my ribbon rolls in a closet shelf, but the dowels would be more manageable and easy to change. They would also stay in place better. Good job!

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  69. I love your book shelf and think it turned out great! The wrapping paper looks fantastic and it's so colorful and fun. I posted about it today on my blog. I hope you will come by and check it out.
    http://missmo4.blogspot.com/2014/02/craft-room-pinspiration.html

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  70. Hi Jen! Where did you purchase the purple and white wrapping paper? I love it so much!!

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    1. Hi Colleen!

      I found the paper at HomeGoods last year. They always have a great selection and variety of pretty options.

      xo!

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  71. So cute! I love everything! I was wondering if you could tell me where you buy your ribbons? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Ali!

      Typically Michaels and Joann for ribbon. Sometimes Target as well. :)

      xo!

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  72. This is amazing! I've been struggling to figure out how to organize my gift wrap for years & I love the idea of having a gift wrap station in my house. The photographs are beautiful too! Can I ask what you used to take them? I'm also a blogger & find that I'm not getting the quality I want from a point & shoot. Any editing tips?

    Thank you!

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    1. Thank you! I use a Canon 5D with a tripod and lighting kit. I am hoping to do a more in depth post soon.

      xo!

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  73. Hi Jen,
    This looks fabulous! Where did you purchase the wicker baskets on the bottom shelf and the basket with "Joy" on the front? xx

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    1. The bottom two baskets were purchased at Target and I believe the other may have been as well. :) I also love finding baskets from HomeGoods, Michaels and World Market.

      xo!

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  74. Hi Jen!

    This is absolutely ahhhh inspiring! I'm going to pick up my cabinet today and once I pull all of my gift wrapping AND crafting supplies together am going to make it my go-to spot for all things crafty. The goal is to grow out of it and need, say, a whole crafting room ;) but, for now, that small of space will do for my needs.

    Love your style.

    You rock!
    Melissa

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