I’ve been thinking about easy projects. Crazy I know…
While it is fun to rip out a wall, and there are times for that. There are times where we just want to survive and live in our home without demolishing things… (can you believe this Remodelaholic just said that?! After our huge remodel, I believe me!) Instead, I’ve been thinking about organizing.
How to Make an Easy Gift Wrapping Center
I told you this project was going to be easy!
To begin, decide on a spot to hang your clamp organizer. Mine happen to line up perfectly with studs, so I didn’t need anchors. If you need anchors, the clamp comes with 2 screws and 2 anchors. I even made a fun little video to show you how easy it is! The work mostly comes just from collecting your supplies into one cute location.
If you wanted, you could absolutely spray paint the organizer to be a different color, but I truly wanted this to be the easiest project you’ve done. Open a box, hang it and put your stuff away.
Here are some quick shots of the room:
A little before and after:
Why not let your cute gift tags be on display. I took a small memo board and pinned a couple pushpins in to hold a couple gift tags — print some free ones below, pick up some pretty gold ones like these or some wood slice ones like mine here (which I love so much I may never use them 😉 . A small decorative bowl holds the cute washi tapes that would make a gift (or gift card) even more exciting. Of course you need some tape and scissors. For some bling I have a couple gold sharpies.
A small basket (from Target) corrals tissue paper, gift bags and simple ribbons. The desk organizer and bowl are also from Target, the Nate Berkus line, and the gift wrap as well (though I don’t see it online).
What easy projects have you been working on lately?
Really cute FREE printable gits tags perfect for your wrapping center!
More FREE garden gift tags for your friends!
We don’t want to spend a fortune on wrapping paper. Try these Upcycle Gift Wrapping Ideas.
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.
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