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VampiresLoveNECKtarines Sun 09-Nov-14 08:14:46

Just as the subject says really, Please recommend where to buy nice cheap wrapping paper smile

Please don't tell me last year in the sales as I do not have a time machine sad

TIA smile

BikeRunSki Sun 09-Nov-14 08:15:50

Ikea, Primark, card warehouse

Queenofknickers Sun 09-Nov-14 08:17:09

Or do the "brown paper and a bow" thing...

HappySunflower Sun 09-Nov-14 08:18:10

IKEA, co-op, asda, any of them really.
Or, do what I do. Buy rolls of brown paper and dress them up with cheap ribbons, bows and stickers from Tiger smile

ChippyMinton Sun 09-Nov-14 08:19:35

Tiger, Superdrug, The Works.

FamiliesShareGerms Sun 09-Nov-14 08:21:00


3pigsinblanketsandasausagerole Sun 09-Nov-14 08:21:21

Anyone seen cheap peppa paper?

cece Sun 09-Nov-14 08:22:38

I get most of mine in Primark

MsAspreyDiamonds Sun 09-Nov-14 08:26:46

A pound for five metre roll in primark is assorted patferns. I bought a lovely woodland owl design on brown paper.

eastmidswarwicknightnanny Sun 09-Nov-14 08:28:45

I opened the aldi 8m for 99p last night and excellent quality I hate thin paper that rips easy (like the stuff from poundland) will def be buying more of the aldi one it also has the criss cross squares on back to aid cutting it straight

Dolallytats Sun 09-Nov-14 08:31:09

Wilko or The Card Factory.

Dolallytats Sun 09-Nov-14 08:31:39

Poundland or 99p store?

Longdistance Sun 09-Nov-14 08:31:54

Aldi has 5m character wrap for dc at 99p. Also various random wrap that's foil like for £1.49.

3pigsinblanketsandasausagerole Sun 09-Nov-14 08:35:45

Is the aldi foil wrap the lovely crinkly kind

candykane25 Sun 09-Nov-14 10:38:37

I have bought Primark rolls this year, one pund for three metres because it looks great, it is red and white shiny candy stripe paper, it will look very North Pole!

ThinkIveBeenHacked Sun 09-Nov-14 10:39:39

We got Wilkos stuff last year it was great. They also do.great gift bags and boxes too.

tassisssss Sun 09-Nov-14 10:40:48

I've got nice stuff from IKEA and Aldi the past 2 years.

DamselNotInHerDress Sun 09-Nov-14 13:58:29

My dm keeps bleating on at me about buying all her paper in Costco - haven't been myself but she loves a bargain so it must be cheap!

waithorse Mon 10-Nov-14 06:34:39

Costco paper is about £8 a roll. But it's very thick and the roll is massive. It will last year's and break your toes if you drop it.

Oldraver Mon 10-Nov-14 09:03:38

I love the criss cross squares..... OH was gobsmacked (but very grateful) such a thing existed

Allthelittlefoxes Mon 10-Nov-14 09:06:15

I'll 2nd Costco - the rolls last for year and are perfect for wrapping big bulky kids presents, ribbon good value also - 50m rolls!

OwlCapone Mon 10-Nov-14 09:08:24

Ikea is my first choice for wrapping paper.

Costco is no good if you aren't a member unfortunately. I loved being a member of Costco but am no longer eligible.

Rainbowshine Mon 10-Nov-14 09:14:19

Wilco currently have three for two on all Christmas wrap and labels. Got 3 rolls of 12 metres for £4!

DamselNotInHerDress Mon 10-Nov-14 09:14:34

I have a Costco trade card but you can buy an individual membership without being affiliated to a business now I think? You're just more restricted on times you can go in the store iirc.
I'd say £8 a roll that was 50m long was a total bargain. I bought some beautiful paper from m&s and it was a single sheet for something like £2 and it was only 70cm long!
I have just convinced myself to go this afternoon grin

WrappedInABlankie Mon 10-Nov-14 09:21:56

Pound land? Did that pig person poppa?, cars, Winnie the Pooh etc, wouldn't spend more than that on something that's is going to be ripped of and binned

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