Buy a wrapping paper box from Hobbycraft or wherever. I keep birthday wrap on top and rolls of Christmas stuff at the bottom, At this time of year I top up Christmas wrapping in the sales and add the half price Christmas cards I will buy too. And I know where to find them next year🤣
Purpledaffodil, that’s what I have done this year, but got a long under bed storage box for the purpose. It holds even the longest rolls of wrapping paper. I bought it quite cheaply at one of the discount stores.
I needed to tame the rolls of wrapping paper lurking in one of my wardrobes. Googled and loads of ideas. and I have done precisely none of them Wrapping paper can be stored in a garment bag which then hangs up.
Other ideas are a back of the door shoe holder with the plastic pockets. Slice through the bottom of the upper pockets and slot rolls in vertically.
Or use the plastic dispensers for used carrier bags. Screwed to the back of a cupboard can fit lots of rolls in.
My first is a vow not a tip. I shall not be pleased with a purchase of M&S chocolate Yule log and still be trying to find it now. Tips. Earlier this year I bought a convection/grill/micro wave oven. It came in very useful when dinner was being cooked. Extra oven space. I've decided that doing it all at the last minute is no longer exciting. I'm starting on the second of January. I'm making a list of what was actually eaten and used. Make a note of nibbles that went down well. I'll avoid being knee deep in mince pies and chocolates. Over the coming year I will buy non perishable food and some nice gifts. I will buy there and then if I see the ideal little gift and not "get it nearer the big day". Which translates as "never".
I'm sure that my tips are teaching Gransnetters to suck eggs. I'm learning organisation late in life.