Rack up Rolls
Use a section of wire shelving and a pair of plastic end brackets to create a simple rack for rolls of wrapping paper.
Hooked on Storage
S-hooks are typically used in garages and workshops, but they have a softer side, too. Put a few to work along the wire shelf to hold items such as scissors and bows.
Survey your ribbon choices quickly by storing them on a painted piece of round dowel that’s suspended between two pegboard hooks.
Borrow another storage idea from the workshop by using pegboard hooks to store wrapping and crafting tools. These multi-ring hooks designed for screwdrivers work just as well for scissors.
Pick the Bucket
Small metal buckets can corral a variety of wrapping and crafting tools -- such as brushes and pencils -- and their handles make them easy to hang and carry. Make your own labels for the buckets, if desired. One method is to mask off an area on the bucket using painter’s tape, apply a metal primer, and cover the space with two coats of chalkboard paint.
Vent Your Tag Storage Frustrations
Turn an aluminum under-eave vent into a storage solution. Hold it in place on pegboard using twist ties or cable ties. Gift tags of all shapes and sizes fit nicely into the slots.
Cut and mount a piece of pegboard on the side wall of the closet using pegboard spacers. Then attach hooks to hold your most-used items, such as yarn or string. This works for jewelry and accessories, too.