With Christmas creeping up fast we thought we would share with you another tip for using up your leftover wrapping paper! Christmas brings lots of leftovers, wrapping paper being one of them – so rather than pretending you’ll use it next year or chucking it in the bin, why not try out one of Domestico’s 4 favourite tips for what you can do with it!

Wrapping paper confetti

wrapping paper confetti
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Want to make your New Year’s table look fabulous? Empty your shredder, shred your wrapping paper and voila! You have party confetti! Sprinkle over the table for a quick and easy table design this year!

Line your old drawers for a re-vamp

lining drawers with wrapping paper
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With all the clothes and toys brought for Christmas, we always start looking at what we can get rid of to make room for the new items! Why not make use of your leftover wrapping paper this year and use it to line your drawers? Not only does it bring some colour and fun, its also something you can do with the kids as an arts and crafts day! Not only that but if a drawer is looking slightly warn inside and worse for wear, it can give it a longer life until your ready to replace!

Wrapping paper placemats

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How about dressing your table up for new years days dinner absolutely free of charge with this fab idea? If you have any old table mats why not wrap them up with the leftover wrapping paper? You can even personalise them for each person attending so you have a seating plan for your guests? Cool hey? We thought so too!

Drawing on the walls – without the destruction

Wrapping paper to draw on walls
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If you have young children to entertain with your new year hangover this year why not give them something fun to do? Pin a piece of wrapping paper to the wall and let them get arty on the walls this January! This is only really suitable for children old enough to understand that drawing on the walls normally isn’t allowed!

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