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Iron Gift Wrap To Reuse

Pretty gift wrap is very expensive. When I receive gifts, I carefully unwrap my present, fold the gift wrap it came in and put it away for later. Then I put my iron on DRY and COTTON setting. Iron the plain paper on the right side, embossed or shiny on the wrong side. Don't keep the iron on the same area for too long because it marks or burns, long sweeps are best. Roll up, and you have pretty gift wrap for nothing!

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By Cettina from Malta, Europe

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July 3, 20070 found this helpful

I usually get gifts in bags, so I keep the tissue paper and iron it on low with steam. With tissue paper being as pricely as it is ( i do home childcare so I have a lot of gifts to buy) every little bit helps

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By guest (Guest Post)
July 4, 20070 found this helpful

I USUALLY CAN NOT GET THE SEAMS OUT OF THE GIFT PAPER BY IRONING IT.

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