I generally wrap as soon as the tree is up so I can put pressies under it. Things from Santa get wrapped closer to Xmas so I don't have to worry about ruining the paper while they're hidden lol
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25-10-2014 18:29 #21
25-10-2014 18:51 #22
We usually wrap and put them all down in one go. If they are out too long little fingers will most likely attack them.
25-10-2014 18:57 #23
Once I have all the gifts I wrap them all at the same time. I love picking one nice christmas wrap & matching the ribbon & tags.
25-10-2014 18:59 #24
I normally wrap as I go but I have most of my Bubs Christmas & Birthday (early Jan) presents already so I just need to organise them into groups and wrap!
I almost have all my other gifts organised too so will wrap & send them out in the post.
I have to start getting use to Mum & Dad wrap and Santa wrap
25-10-2014 19:22 #25
I don't start wrapping until the Christmas tree is up. Then I wrap as things are bought/arrive. My SS loves the excitement of checking out the ever-increasing number of gifts under the tree...and of course counting the number for him.
25-10-2014 19:25 #26
25-10-2014 20:14 #27
I'm lucky as I have a ton of wrapping paper at the office ( I buy in bulk) and my secretary loves wrapping so I take all my presents to work and she does it all for me!
25-10-2014 21:21 #28
I buy during Sept, Oct, Nov then usually wrap during Dec.... Also tends to depend on how organised/busy I am!
25-10-2014 21:37 #29
I adore wrapping and I love the look of wrapped gifts under the tree, so I generally wrap as I go
25-10-2014 21:45 #30
I try to wrap as I go and keep a list (otherwise I double buy shocking memory haha ) but so far this year I have bought about 25 gifts and no wrapping will have to make a day of it while kids are at school
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