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wrapping paper

noun
1.
heavy paper used for wrapping packages, parcels, etc.
Origin
1760-1770
1760-70
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  • Then, wrap up those toys with colorful wrapping paper.
  • Wrap gifts in recycled or reused wrapping paper or funny papers.
  • Use decorative, reusable boxes and bags for gift giving instead of wrapping paper.
  • As needed and available, gift bags and/or wrapping paper can be requested and obtained at the time donated items are picked up.
  • Wrap gifts in recycled or reused wrapping paper or newspapers.
  • It often infects a household after the holidays have come and gone, leaving a wake of wrapping paper, pine needles and chores.
  • With simple cookie cutters and paint, you can make your own distinctive wrapping paper.
  • Decorate the outside of the paper towel roll with stickers or wrapping paper.
  • So are junk mailings, paper bags, cereal boxes and wrapping paper.
  • It's also a sturdy alternative to traditional wrapping paper.

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