7 Handy Things to Repurpose as Wrapping Paper Organizers

Wrapping paper can easily get lost among the clutter of craft materials. Organize your wrapping papers using things you already have at home. You don’t have to run to the nearest IKEA to buy a chic but expensive organizer. A little bit of imagination, resourcefulness, and basic handyman skills will go a long way.

Garment Bag

If you don’t use your wrapping paper frequently, you can store it in a clear container, like a plastic garment bag and hang it at the back door of a closet. That way, it will keep from gathering dust, and at the same time, it instantly lets you see how many rolls of wrapping paper you still have. Source: thechicsite.com


Plastic Bag Bins

Plastic bag bins are great containers for rolls of anything. You can easily organize your wrapping papers by color, design, or style on each bin.  Check it out here.


Shoe Organizer

Hanging shoe organizers are a dime a dozen. You can buy one just for this, or if you already have one, simply cut off the bottoms of the pockets from the second to the topmost rows. Et voila—instant wrapping paper organizer.  Read more at TenthAvenueSouth.


Tension Rods

A can of gold spray paint can turn any plain white tension rod into a glammed up wrapping paper holder like this one. But it’s up to you to choose any color you want to paint it with.  See more at: kelleymorrison.com


Wine Rack Holder

If you’re not much of a wine drinker and you have an empty wine rack holder, it’s time to repurpose it into a wrapping paper holder. Source


Wire Rack

You’re in luck if you’ve already got a wire rack lying around somewhere in your house, but if you don’t, you can buy it and it’s relatively cheap. Organize your wrapping papers vertically, or if you prefer not to have your wrapping papers all rolled up, you can organize it to hang horizontally. Find out more: theoldparkhomestead


Wooden Crate

Wooden crates are perfect vessels for just about anything you’d want it to hold, while instantly adding a touch of shabby chic. You can leave your crate just as it is for a more vintage effect, or go crazy with some spray paint and paint it any color you want.