Are you knee deep in finishing your shopping and getting present wrapped? I thought the timing was perfect to share this project one more time to help quickly get all of your wrapping needs organized! Who is with me? This is the year I am not going to be wrapping presents, hunched over on the floor wrapping presents on Christmas Eve. This year, I am going to “Wrap as I Buy”. Say it with me friends, “Wrap as We Buy”. And the best way to do that is get organized! I took a little corner of our office and put up a temporary Christmas gift wrapping station. Although, it is so darn cute, I might just leave it up all year round. And, thanks to Command Brand, it could not be easier. I started with my favorite wrapping paper, Quartz hooks and a dowel rod for each roll of paper. I also tried a few double hooks to see what worked best and they both worked out great. I used a level to make a small pencil mark on the wall on each end. Cleaning the area first, I followed all of the directions on the package to hang the hooks. As always, wait at least an hour before hanging the dowels and rolls of paper. Once everything is good to go, simply slide the rolls of paper onto the dowels and hang them on each hook. When spacing out your hooks, make sure you have enough space to easily be able to pull off of the roll. Then add a few more hooks to hang gift bags and scissors. I also hung a roll of tape on a piece of ribbon so that it was right where I could find it. Now gift bags are my secret weapon this year. A lot of presents work best wrapped in paper, but when it doubt – use a gift bag. I found these on clearance after the season last year and stashed them away. Nothing is quicker and easier than using a gift bag - and it can still look super cute! So go, my fine friends, grab all that wrapping paper that is falling all over the house. Gather all of your adorable gift bags. Locate your scissors and tape. Do you have it all? Now start hanging all of those Command hooks and get organized! Thanks so much for reading! This is a sponsored post in partnership with Command Brand, however all ideas and opinions are my own.