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Project

Gift-Wrapping Station

Introduction

The key to a convenient, professional-caliber wrapping station is pegboard -- which can be cut to any size (we cut one to measure 2 by 4 feet). Attach the board to a wall or the back of a door with wood screws, and then add clips, dowels, hangers, and trays.

 

1. 2-inch double straight hook to hold paper rolls at top
2. Pegboard jar for pencils and pens
3. 7-inch cable tie to secure jars
4. 1/4-by-13-inch wooden dowel to hang tissue, twine, and ribbon
5. 3-inch double-loop hook to hold dowels for ribbon and twine
6. 1 1/2-inch curved hook to fit into paper rolls at bottom
7. 1/2-inch curved hook to hold dowel for tissue
8. 1 3/4-inch pliers holder for scissors
9. 1 1/2-inch 15-degree angled hook to hold bone folder, hole punch, tape, cards, and envelopes
10. No. 2 Bulldog clip for cards and envelopes
11. 7 1/4-by-3 1/2-inch pegboard bin to hold miscellany

Source
Martha Stewart Living, January 2002

Reviews (4)

  • craftlovergirl 10 Aug, 2009

    1 WORD
    FANTASTIC

  • carolinedefran 5 Jan, 2009

    i bought the peg board this weekend and i've painted it white. i bought all the hooks and accessories. i'm so excited to put it up in my home office! i can't wait. thanks marty!

  • KatieD2000 14 Nov, 2008

    We've recently built a new walk in closet and I made sure one wall was pegboard instead of drywall so I could use it for my gift wrapping supplies. I've been trying to decide which pegboard assessories to get so this was a great site to find.

  • kimkimsou 12 May, 2008

    I put this behind a storage door on a wasted space wall and now my gift wrap supplies are organized, out of the way and easy to access. I also hung a long curved hook to hang gift bags on. Easy and inexpensive.