Mini Mission Monday 11Dec2017

Declutter last year’s Christmas wrap by using up what you have in store and then being frugal about how much you purchase for this year. Hopefully then you will none left to store for the next twelve months.

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Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. I used up last year’s paper and need some for this year. I am going to go to the dollar store and buy 1 package. That should be enough for the two things I need to wrap for the gift exchange.

  2. About three years ago I bought a well priced Christmas wrapping paper/ ribbons, bows etc. I am still using them up!

  3. This post was on my mind, I actually put back a bag of bows at the store a bit ago. Have some ribbon left from decorating, will make my own bows.

  4. Idgy of the North

    Decided to not buy another wrapping paper until I use up the “wrapping paper” from our move six years ago. This paper is from a moving store, is plain and the type used to wrap up glasses, plates and breakables. I have a few colours of paper ribbon to fit the occasion(birthday, holdpiday, etc.) after three years of doing this, we still have lots left and I am finding I prefer it to the coloured wrapping paper. Bonus – if we have to move again, I have the moving supplies.