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Gift Wrap Bin

Martha Stewart Living Television

All too often, after birthdays or holidays have passed, the gift-wrapping supplies we depend on get lost in the backs of closets, the bottoms of drawers, and other obscure locations. But you can easily keep all your ribbon, twine, and wrapping paper organized and accessible in a single bin (one that's large enough to accommodate wrapping-paper rolls); place smaller bins filled with labels, tape, and scissors inside.

We used an under-bed storage bin, shoe-box storage bin, and accessory storage bin from The Container Store. The ribbon was from Masterstroke Canada. The sage-green wrapping paper was from Mimi Et Cie.

Comments (8)

  • medinasgrandma 22 Dec, 2010

    I did this a couple of years ago and found that I had to put risers under the bed frame so the under-bed bin would fit. The risers came from Bed, Bath

  • Phystee 22 Dec, 2010

    Remember to label the bins for faster access. I separate my C-mas wrap/accessories from the year-round wrap/accessories (birthday, wedding, baby shower, etc.) in separate bins so I can store the C-mas wrap with the C-mas decorations.

  • 1434374 26 Dec, 2009

    Storing things under your bed is bad feng shui. Find another place to put them.

  • MJ8849 23 Dec, 2009

    And many of the under the bed bins have wheels too!!

  • MJ8849 23 Dec, 2009

    An under the bed bin in your own bedroom will work.

  • eastersfanci2000 22 Dec, 2009

    That is a good idea Kim, just wish I had a spare bedroom to do that in!

  • harvard44 22 Dec, 2009

    Good idea Kim.

  • KimHaskell 22 Dec, 2009

    I use the top drawer in the dresser in my spare bedroom for all my wrapping supplies. This has served me well for years.