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Wrapping Gifts in Holiday Tablecloths

At dollar stores or shopping after the holiday clearance sales, I try to get a couple of the decorated lightweight disposable tablecloths and store them in my box of gift-wrapping supplies.

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Many times a gift or the box that the gift comes in is too large for the usual size bolt of wrapping paper, necessitating piecing several pieces taped together to cover your item. I get out my disposable table cloth, cut it to fit (I always have a lot more left over) and tape it. The lightweight flannel-backed cloths are also very flexible. Clear packing tape will securely hold the wrap for the heavier weight cloths.

By Tahloolabelle from Ventura, CA

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December 13, 20101 found this helpful

You can do this with any of the disposable table cloths, birthday, other holidays, etc.

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December 16, 20140 found this helpful

Wrap it like a normal present, but fold it a few oddly-shaped areas. It might look weird at first, but once you get the hang of it, it looks really good! :) Happy Wrapping!

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