How to Set-up a Gift-Wrapping Station in Your Garage
December 09, 2021
It’s 16 days before Christmas! Is your Christmas tree in the living room already up and ready to tuck in some gifts under it? Have you shopped for gifts to give to your loved ones, colleagues, and the person you picked for your office’s Christmas party? If yes, have you already wrapped the gifts you bought? If you haven’t just yet, it’s not too late to set up a gift wrapping station so that your wrapping will become faster, easier, hassle-free, and a lot more professional. If you don’t have a space anywhere in your house for a gift wrapping station, fret not because you could easily transform an area in your garage to become one. But first, make sure your garage is tidy and neat. To organize your stored items, use ceiling and wall-mounted storage solutions from FlexiMounts to keep items off the floor. You need floor space so that your garage could have multiple functions other than a storage area for your car and other belongings. FlexiMounts offer quality storage solutions that could carry loads reaching up to 800 pounds. They also offer multiple-tier ceiling and wall storage products that are perfect to organize all of your items. Make sure to categorize everything by season so that you could place those that you use more in a more accessible area. To avoid the hassle of looking for things once you already need them, don’t forget to label everything. After cleaning the area you chose, now it’s time to create your very own DIY wrapping station. It’s actually hard to store your gift wrappers and tools but it’s really worth investing your time, effort, and money to build a station for storage and working. You would be so glad to see how you leveled up your gift-wrapping game as you do it more often, and with more pleasure and ease because of your new station. Here’s how and where to start. 1. Record everything you have in stock. Get your paper and pen because you might want to list these down. A perfect gift-wrapping station will have the following: bags (small, medium, large), rolls of wrapping paper, tape, scissors, tissue paper, ribbon, gift card, and pens. If you want to be a little bit more extra, you could also fill in your station with string, washi tape, embellishments, glitter, gift boxes, and more. It helps if you have basic colors that you could use for any occasion such as gold, silver, and brown. If you prefer to be more on a theme, then it’s best to keep gift wrappers for every milestone or celebration in a human’s life such as birthdays, weddings, and the Christmas season!