Sunday, December 9, 2012

Christmas Ladder Gift Wrap Station


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I’ve gathered up all of my supplies and I’m ready to wrap up the Christmas gifts!  Ummm… I guess I’d better get online and start ordering some things quick : )

It is gonna be great having my supplies all in one place for a change.  Plus, this is cute and looks like a Christmas tree.  Bonus!  Wrapping d├ęcor!

It started out with an idea to participate in Debbiedoos Holiday Knock off party.  I just knew I had something lying around from one of my thrifting trips that I could incorporate.  And I found just the thing tucked away in my garage- umm staging area…

A crusty rusty old ladder with plenty of patina.  Just the way I like it!


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I wiped the ladder down and loaded it with rolls of wrapping paper; stacks of tissue paper; gift boxes; rolls of ribbon; gift bags; scissors, tape; and ink pens.  What else could I possibly need?  Besides the aforementioned gifts and a couple of helpful elves?

Here’s a close-up of my gift wrap station, just so you won’t miss a thing.  I kind of love it!

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I was inspired by this photo in Southern Lady’s November/December 2012 issue. 


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I didn’t buy anything for this challenge.  I already had all of the Christmas wrapping supplies and the wonderful thrifted ladder.  I used a drop cloth (I always have one on hand) for my tree skirt.  And I had the two mini trees on the sides from last year.  The green one in the peanut sack was a gift from my mother in law, and I made the burlap and sweater ruffled tree in this post.   So, I will use up or reuse everything here.  Fun and frugal.


Merry Christmas all.  


May your packages be beautifully wrapped!



 


Linking up to these great parties:

Debbiedoos 2012 Holiday Knock off Decor party, Sundae Scoop link party, Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm, Wow us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style, Better Late than Never Christmas Inspiration Blog Hop, Christmas Junk Decor Party at Funky Junk, Happy Hour Link Party at Crafty Scrappy Happy, Whipperberry Friday Flair

Debbiedoo's

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Debbiedoo's

That is so flippen cute Kim. I love it. I need it:) Thanks for joining the party. Have fun!

reFresh reStyle

What a great idea! So fun and useful, not to mention perfect for the DIY thrifters like us :) I love it and it's a great copy cat that I may have to copy ;)
Debbie

Shannon Fox

This is so cute. It does look like a tree! What a fun way to keep all your wrapping goodies wrangled ;)

Rosewalk Cottage

Great idea Kim. That ladder was perfect for your copy cat.
~Clara

the cape on the corner

oh my gosh, i have never seen something like that before, which is a rare feat in blogland! congrats to you, and don't dismantle it to wrap anything. it's so unique!

Shannon

I think this is adorable!

SavannahGranny

You nailed it girl! So adorable, I thought when I saw the first pic, it looked like a Christmas tree. You can't use all the paper tho, that would like taking down the tree.
Love, Ginger

Stephanie

Genius - I love it!!

Linda@Coastal Charm

Kim,
Thanks for sharing this tree at my party this week. Hop over and grab my starfish featured button (located under my header)for your blog...yes...I have featured YOU:)

Blessings,
Linda

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal

Such a great idea! It would not stay that cute around here. I'm a messy wrapper!

Shannon Fox

This is so cute Kim. It just makes me smile when I see it :)

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique

Hi Kim, I popped over from the Pinning Party and have pinned this project at http://pinterest.com/woodberrydesign/handmade-christmas/
Merry Christmas,
Kerryanne