I paid $3 yesterday like a complete idiot!
Hopefully all your ozbargain present deals have arrived by now and it's time to wrap them up.
Much cheaper than $3.20 for 12 meters at woolies!
I’ll wait for when it’s reduced to $0.50
they go to $0.20 - 0.25
I paid $3 yesterday like a complete idiot!
It's Bunnings lol, return it and repurchase ;)
Already wrapped a bunch of stuff :(
So flip the order - buy another pack and return it with the old receipt.
Good idea, didn't think of that, but I don't think i'll be going back in before christmas :)
Buy new paper at $1 per roll, then return it with the $3 receipt
EDIT: damn too slow!!
Lol what a chump you are haha 😂 could wait for a maccas deal and get yourself a Big Mac with the $2 you wasted
Our local bunnings even has an attached Maccas for spending your savings! (or the bbq too of course)
Nice price. Paper/tags/bags I don’t think I’ve ever paid retail.
FYI this can also be used on birthday presents, anniversary gifts etc
The uses are nearly limitless
Would you wrap a birthday present in paper adorned with Christmas tree patterns?
@ihbh: Yep, done that. Pretty much any type of present
Wait til 16 cents for 12m boxing day.
I had to wrap some presents at work last-minute and didn't have any wrapping paper.
I googled images of Christmas wrapping paper, printed it in color on A3 paper off the office printer, and wrapped the presents with it.
80gsm paper with a glossier print setting feels better than cheap wrapping paper. :)
:-) I've done that before.
That full A3 page of colour prob cost more than this $1, 15m roll Lol
That would depend on who's paying for the A3 print. ;)
Of course if you intend to wrap lots of presents, you should buy your own wrapping paper. But if you're in a bind, printing is one thing you could do.
What? It’s not even scratch and sniff? But if rich people think it’s good, I’ll buy it. One art, please!
Grabbed a few rolls from Morayfield, still ticketed @$3 but gave the heads up to a few other customers around to share the Xmas cheer :)
Yep, same one I saw at reject shop selling for $2.
If I could buy this at my local bunnings for $1 then I'd be wrapped
Should be enough left over to also wrap a few cars. Thanks OP hopefully there is still stock on Friday!
I try to buy Christmas paper, when it is on special, that is a plain solid colour so I can reuse for birthday, wedding presents etc.
Great to have a stash of gold, silver, white, striped, etc on hand for all occasions.
yeah I like brown kraft wrap with raffia and silver ribbon.
Do you mean "craft" or do you use Vegemite for wrapping paper?
Kraft paper is brown paper
@tomclancy: didn't find that expression when I googled it. I will believe you though :)
@try2bhelpful: Hope so, I'm a printer!! :)
@tomclancy: This looks interesting and you can give someone a scarf as an additional present.
Wow $1 toilet paper is a bargain
As long as it's made from recycled toilet paper.
wrapping is a chore. just go to westfields and get your pressies wrapped for you for $1.
Is it any good? I only buy from Costco now since everything else is one micron thick.
Good, if you need it (and i do), bonus that it should be much more convenient and less crowded than going into shopping centre this time of year
I thought I was saving money when I brought 6 metres from the Reject Shop for $2 (https://www.rejectshop.com.au/All-Products/Stationery/Christ...). I would have never thought of Bunnings for gift wrap!
thanks OP. we bought 6 rolls. it was one of the best wrapping papers i ever bought. worth the dollar.
20 cents today at Bunnings…………..
Which Bunnings? It was 2 for $1 at my local one….
20 cents at West Footscray today
Coburg bunnings warehouse.This morning they still had more than 15 rolls.
it is too late now?? just saw this offer ahhhhhhhh
Is it bad parenting if I wrap kids schoolbooks with this?
Clear contact, You always use clear contact.
Know a good quality clear contact? I tried "Contact Paper" brand, it's thin, stretchy, bubbling, and easily peeling :(
I don't have one I can recommend at the moment. There is this one from Officeworks.
Also some instructions
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