How to Create a Wrapping Station-Perfect for Holiday Gift Wrapping

How to Create a Wrapping Station-Perfect for Holiday Gift Wrapping

Hey Friends! I’m so glad that you are here today. Can you believe that we are thinking about the Holidays already? Stores are filling their shelves with Christmas decor and advertisers and magazines are gearing up for holiday sales and inspiration. Yikes! Does that strike some fear into you? It does in me. Have you ever dreamed of having everything that you need for gift wrapping in one convenient spot? Everything right where you need it? I can’t tell you how many times I have had to search for scissors or tape or a box to put my gift in? Today, I’m going to show you how I created a gift wrapping station.

I love the ribbon storage. It is so convenient to use the ribbons.

Do you remember me telling you about creating a Butlers Pantry in my laundry room? You can see that post here. Originally, I had all of my wrapping stuff in my laundry room, not well organized and stuffed into cabinets. Well, when I changed my laundry room into a butlers pantry, I had to find a new spot for my wrapping supplies. I decided that I would put it in my sewing/craft room. Again, things were not well organized and the cabinets were full.

The “before” picture of my wrapping statiom.

Here is the “before”picture of my sewing/craft room-minus the mess. On the plus side, this room has great cabinets, loads of counter space and great lighting.

This room was fine and it served it’s purpose well, but I knew that I could make it do so much more. Look at all of that wasted wall space.

The first thing that I did was to clear out the entire room. You can imagine what my basement looked like with all of the stuff from my laundry room and now all of the stuff from my sewing room. It was quite a mess to have to sift through. See the video below to see the complete process.

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Isn’t this great? I love it.

I wallpapered the walls to give the room some interest, warmth and character. It made such a huge difference. You can get the wallpaper here. Then I added six of these awesome wire baskets. They hold so much in them. The top three baskets hold my gift bags and the bottom three hold my rolls of gift wrapping paper and shipping supplies. You can get the baskets here. These baskets would work as well.

Does wonderful ribbon storage make your heart pitter patter? It does mine.

This is my favorite area of the whole room. The ribbon storage is amazing! I love that it holds so many spools of ribbon and I can use the ribbon without taking it off of the rack. You can get this ribbon sorage rack here. This storage rack was silver when I got it, I spray painted it black to coordinate with all of the other black storage items. I also added four of these smaller wire storage baskets to hold additional gift wrapping supplies. Get these wire storage baskets here. They baskets come in all shapes and sizes-the options are endless.

This wide drawer is perfect for storing the tissue paper.
I store my scissors, pens and tape in this adorable storage conatiner.

Think out of the box when it comes to organization. You can literally use anything to store your supplies in. I am keeping my scissors, pens and tape in this vinatge storage container. It looks like it was made out of three tin cans glued together with a handle on top. Here are some fun options here, here and here.

I love using ribbons, greenery, jingle bells and loads of random things on my gifts, this area is great for keeping everything organized. Get these covered buckets here.

Well, my friends, that’s it! I sure hope that you enjoyed this post, if so, please Pin It!

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Blessings to you,


Barbara Chapman

Saturday 4th of September 2021

Renae, I love the cabinets you have to hide all your storage... My craft room is driving me CRAZY!!! I need a big armoire or just to put in some cabinets. It's fairly small, though, and really isn't working. So I'm not working...

Thank you for some inspiration, and I'm happy to also tag/feature this post at Share Your Style #316 along with your chicken salad recipe.

Hugs again, Barb :)

Linda Johnston

Sunday 29th of August 2021

Counter height is perfect for a wrapping station. Looks great.


Wednesday 25th of August 2021

How pretty your wrapping station is set up. Don't you love paint? The wrong color and poof spray it and it matches.

You have beautiful room to work in.

Renae Frey

Friday 3rd of September 2021

Thank you so much, Cindy. Yep, paint is the best. Hugs to you.

Yvonne @ StoneGable

Monday 23rd of August 2021

Renae, your gift wrapping station is amazing! I love your organization! I need you go come and help me create one in my home. Thanks for all your ideas! xo Yvonne

Renae Frey

Monday 23rd of August 2021

Yvonne, It would be a great pleasure to come and organize you. I am a huge fan of yours. Hugs and blessings to you.


Saturday 21st of August 2021

Such a great idea! My family is infamous for placing scissors and tape in the strangest places. This will keep them in check! Thanks, Renee!

Renae Frey

Monday 23rd of August 2021

Right? And, it's so easy th blame all of them-it couldn't possibly be me that is messing it up. HUgs to you.