I love wrapping presents but my materials were very disorganized. I made this by an inspring article which I saw a long time ago. I started out by buying products out of my local store that was organizing. Afterward, I got to do the job.
Time: 2 Hours Price: $150.00 Difficulty: Medium
I included the back railing for unit.
Then I began from the floor and hooked onto the various pieces. This is for the wrapping paper rolls.
I measured the wrapping paper inserted the bin that was next there was enough space and rolls.
I like to keep spare event cards. So, this segment was made by me. I sorted them by event, birthday, baby shower, etc… To make it look fairly, decided to label the front in A-Z order by type of event.
I covered it with contact paper. Read more.
Afterward, I got a few large labels. And then used a stencil and compose the A-Z tags and placed them.
Here is what the dividers look like.
Then I used an hold cut it all down and narrow present bag. I wrapped it with Contact paper.
The bag at the top is utilized for tissue paper.
Because I did not have lots of rolls of paper, it was used by me for my cosmetic Contact paper collection. It is an enjoyable way.
Here is the finish product. Check out pictures and other instructions on my website.
Materials I employed for this project:
1 — elfa Residential Overdoor Hooks Platinum Group of two 1-3/8″ (The Container Store)
3 — elfa Deep Basket Platinum 17-1/8″ x 5-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ h (The Container Store)
1 — elfa Shallow Basket Platinum 17-1/8″ x 4″ x 2-7/8″ h (The Container Store)
1 — elfa Spice Rack Basket Platinum 17-1/8″ x 3-1/8″ x 2-3/4″ h (The Container Store)
1 — elfa Media Rack Platinum 17-1/8″ x 6-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ h (The Container Store)
1 — elfa 77-3/4″ Mounted Standard Platinum (The Container Store)
Decorative Contact Paper Roll (Target)
Chalkboard Labels (Staples)
Chalkboard liquid mark (Staples)