Is it too early to buy wrapping paper

(11 Posts)
Ditsyprint40 Mon 24-Oct-16 08:52:41

🙈 John Lewis have some great prints...

NoCapes Mon 24-Oct-16 08:53:30

Of course not I've got all mine, and cards too grin

Groovee Mon 24-Oct-16 08:56:11

Bought mine weeks ago x

gladisgood Mon 24-Oct-16 09:00:52

erm ...bought and wrapped nearly everything here grin

I have written all my cards, too. They're sitting in the drawer of the dresser in the kitchen waiting for the Christmas stamps to come out!

Ditsyprint40 Mon 24-Oct-16 09:02:01

😂😂😂😂😂

elQuintoConyo Mon 24-Oct-16 09:03:55

Most people on the Christmas board bought all theirs in the January sales.

In 2004 grin

No! Not too early at all. As long as you can hide it from dc's eyes (if you have any in your house).

I'm one of those annoying people on the other fred who makes Christmas bags out of Christmas fabric wink I have been sewing since April!

By the way, for any fellow Christmas obsesdives, tomorrow is a Rudolph Day!

Muddlingalongalone Mon 24-Oct-16 09:12:39

Bought my giant rolls in ikea on Saturday

FranklyMeDeer Mon 24-Oct-16 09:14:51

Goodness me, yes, WAY too early, it's not even November yet ffs

<hides own paper, tags and ribbon behind back>

INeedNewShoes Mon 24-Oct-16 09:16:12

Nope! Picked mine up in Waitrose on Friday when I happened to see it. Otherwise I'll end up buying it on Christmas Eve when all the nice stuff has gone!

islurpmyspaghetti Mon 24-Oct-16 09:20:28

No, I found some lovely - massively reduced - paper in TK Max.

MiscellaneousAssortment Mon 24-Oct-16 11:24:48

I was looking on Amazon yesterday and my 'go to' brand of paper (Caspari) only has tissue paper at the moment.

Some of their sheet paper is being offered at £30+ by Amazon marketplace. Utterly bonkers!

So, any ideas for online purchasing of paper?

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