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Thread: Christmas Gift Wrapping

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    Senior Member barbrdunn's Avatar
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    I started my wrapping today and a light bulb went off in my head...duh...why don't I use my cutting board and rotary cutter for the paper? It makes wrapping a breeze. I'm sure the blade will not last long, but when they were only 75 cents from Harbor Freight, who cares!

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    Great idea.

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    I have one rotary cutter I use just for paper. It clearly says "PAPER" on it.

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    Great idea :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Great idea :D:D:D
    I absolutely agree with everyone too!! I am going to use your idea when I start wrapping my gifts this year. Thank you for sharing.
    :D :D :D :D

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    You are all so smart-my sewing space will now have a space for all the wrapping paper, etc.!

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    Great idea!!!!

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    I was taught to save your old cutting blades (marked old) and use them to cut wrapping paper. Works well and plenty of life in them to cut paper for a long time yet!

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    does that mean we are supposed to wrap the gifts? thought i would just leave them in the bags they came in so it will be easier to return them after christmas. i have two young teen granddaughters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdcakm
    does that mean we are supposed to wrap the gifts? thought i would just leave them in the bags they came in so it will be easier to return them after christmas. i have two young teen granddaughters.
    Now that is the most practical I have heard yet...I gave up on buying clothes for my daughter a long time ago...24 to be exact!

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