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December 23, 2008


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I'm honored to have made the blog!!!

I have to admit that I really enjoyed wrapping gifts this year and decorating (and I use that term loosely) them...it was more personal that gift wrap.

So, it saves money and resources (but not time!). And, I think it would also be a great way to spend time as a family.

Merry Christmas Alex and Joanna!

Los Angeles

I found a neat tip in Redbook magazine, of all places - reuse wrapping paper by putting it through a paper shredder - you can use the strips or confetti instead of tissue paper or styrofoam "peanuts" to pad presents and packages!

Marlene Affeld

Free travel brochures and road maps also make great wrapping paper. Thanks for your informative post - we all need to make these kind of small changes in our choices - together we can make a difference.

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