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    I wrap mine in batches, first batch once the tree goes up, then as I do shopping they get wrapped usually that day and put under the tree.

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    I use to enjoy wrapping Xmas eve with some drinks and then head down the pub to celebrate such an achievement lol now, I wrap in batches as I go along. I enjoy wrapping and DH happily gets me everything I need and stays out of my way

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    In 3 or 4 sessions as the pile of presents go. I wrap mine and my parents presents. We have a large extend family so there is way too many for one night.

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    Default Christmas presents question no4

    For Santa presents Hubby takes DD out on Xmas eve and I wrap all the presents for him and her. He then wraps mine when she has her nap :-)
    For presents to each other that go under the tree I wrap as and when I can get the spare time lol


 

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