It's also a great way for me to share my abudance of bows, wrapping paper, ribbon, gift bags, etc. that I stock up on every year after Christmas.
The Big Guy thinks I have problem. "Honey," I say, "if loving gift wrap and owning 30 or so rolls is wrong, then I don't want to be right."
To start, I put bows, tape, scissors and gift tags on dining room table. The buffett held the tissue paper, ribbon and gift bags.
If you do this, be sure to provide a large variety of gift bag sizes...it's a good thing.
I provided about 25 rolls of paper for my wrapping crew. We went through several rolls.
I wish I could show you pictures of the happy little elves at work, but I was too busy laughing, talking, eating and wrapping gifts to pick up the camera. But trust me, we had a fun and productive time. Special shout-out to Anita for wrapping some gifts for me. Thanks for a wonderful evening, ladies!