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    @bpac i just did this on my phone :-) thank you

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    Bpac that is such a great idea! DF always tells me we can't afford to buy everyone presents but I always manage to get them something. If I did it this way I think he'd be much happier come Christmas. Do you wrap them all when you get them or just before you give them?

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    It does make it easier. I wrap them as i go. The reason i do this though is becasue we live a long way away from all of our family. If i wrap it as i go then if someone comes to visit, i can send a few parcels back with them and it saves on postage.

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    you are a super organised person bpac. I love the wrapping part of Christmas time, so that is the last thing I do. I love the big w toy sale. you can layby anything in the store, and have until Christmas eve to collect it. I like to get pjs and clothes and dvds , anything I feel like buying, and it is all paid for at $20 a week. I keep a list of what I have so I don't spend too much on toys. I like your idea with buying a voucher each week for the bigger shop closer to Christmas. Marie.

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