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Old 12-21-2006, 08:09 PM
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Tacky wrapping paper. . .

I've kinda become known for my tacky gift wrappings. . .and this year I need to top myself. The last two years have been newspaper and duct tape, need something different this year

I was thinking of just spray painting the boxes a certain color, but that might not allow them to return it if necessary

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Old 12-21-2006, 08:55 PM
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Tin foil and spray adhesive.

edit: Instead of spray paint, how about using undercoating? Color AND texture in one! lol
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T P will work for some people
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Hmmm. . .TP, I like that

Tin foil is a good suggestion, but I've done it before
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you could always wrap it in saran wrap and then spray paint it
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