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    Great article Sara! I checked out the link for the Closet store too and it looks like it will be very helpful. They don't have stores here in Canada though.

    I think I have a better focus on how to start my gift closet now.

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    Great... here's something I've already been doing for years. Well, almost. I don't actually have a closet just for gifts... I just make room in my own closet and have a large box that I keep gifts in. And I keep gift bags and wrapping paper on the shelf.

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    Nice ideas in that article.

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    Very informative! I have a "Gift Dresser." An old, antique dresser from my Grandma that I keep filled with gifts for all occasions. It's handy to have, and since I love to make Gift Baskets for gifts, I always find various "pieces" throughout the year on the cheap. Sometimes I use cello-wrap around the basket, but it's not necessary with a big enough bow, LOL!

    Think in "themes" and that helps a lot, and you'll be surprised how easily things come together.

    Another good source for a "Gift Pantry" is "Frugal Luxuries" by Tracey McBride. (I love that book!)

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