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Here’s How To Store Those Leftover Rolls of Wrapping Paper for Next Year

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I know I’m not the only one searching for old rolls of wrapping paper during the holidays. I have a bad habit of sticking the leftover rolls in random corner when I’m done wrapping gifts — and then I can’t find it when I need it again! But no more: This year, I found simple wrapping paper storage hack that will help me stay organized all year long.

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This tip comes from TikTok user @HowDoesShe and simply involves placing the rolls of wrapping paper in a garment bag to hang in a closet. While this might sound weird, it works because it can hold several rolls at a time, regardless of size. If you store them in a box or cabinet, it’s a little tricker to sort through various sizes of wrapping paper —  but a garment bag’s zipper makes it a breeze to grab what you need to start decorating those gifts in a snap. Also, it can help keep out dust and bugs that might otherwise ruin your beautifully festive wrapping paper.

The best part is, your wrapping paper rolls won’t get crushed like they would if you tried to fit them in a cabinet or other small space. That means you won’t have to keep buying fresh rolls when your leftovers get crumpled up in storage. (And that means you might have some extra cash to splurge on more gifts for yourself and loved ones!)

It’s best to use a clear garment bag, so you don’t confuse it for actual clothing; see how this wrapping paper storage hack works in the video below:

With this handy trick, I’m confident I’ll have an easier time keeping my closet clutter under control and making sure my wrapping paper is in tip-top shape all year round. Plus, I can put my spare garment bags to good use even when I’m not traveling (a win-win!).

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