A: I am sorry, but I really think that you will not find one that holds 50 rolls. THere would just be very little call for it. Most people keep between 5-10 rolls of paper at any one time. Good luck in your search.
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- Honey-Can-Do SFT-01598 Wrapping Paper and Bow Storage Organizer, Holiday Red
- There are 2 large clear pockets on the lid
- holds up to 8 rolls of wrapping paper
- Has a zipper, not velcro
- Whitmor 6129-3497 Christmas Storage Collection Giftwrap Storage Bag
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- Includes handles for easy portability
- Master Craft Gift Wrap Storage Bag, Green
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- Handles allow you to carry from storage to wrapping station
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- Rubbermaid 3F19 Configurations XL 42-Inch Three-Handle Low-Profile Box with Cedar Inserts, Natural
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- Polyester canvas in red with green trim.
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How to Store Leftover Christmas Wrapping Paper
When storing wrapping paper one of the most important things is to store it neatly. The wrapping paper should not be tightly folded up as this will create nasty looking creases that will be impossible to remove when the wrapping paper is used to wrap a future gift. Ideally, the excess wrapping paper should be left on the roll. In order to stop it unravelling and falling off the roll take a small piece of cello-tape and tape in place.
If the internal tube has been thrown away, therefore making it very difficult to roll the leftover wrapping paper, the paper can be folded up to be stored away. When folding wrapping paper keep it as big as possible to keep the number of folds to an absolute minimum. Also, don’t fold the paper too tight as this will lead to sharp creases that cannot be removed when the wrapping paper is used in the future. When folding wrapping paper gently fold the paper over without applying pressure so it is all loose and ‘full of air’. Whilst this will take up more storage space it will help to keep the wrapping paper in the best condition possible.
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Fudge is always a welcome treat
Fudge at any time of the year is a treat. I like the rich, but not too dark, fudge; the kind that starts melting when it hits the tongue.
I also appreciate good candy-makers, because I find candy difficult to make. I have made the molded chocolates and candies, but those can hardly count. All I do is melt the chocolate or candy pieces and pour them in a mold. They look like they take work, but they don't -- my kind of candy-making.
Bernice Strickland of Bradenton, Fla., also is specific about the type of fudge that she likes. She wants a good fudge recipe that does not have marshmallows and needs no refrigeration.
A majority of the fudge recipes need refrigeration for a while. Some are not geared to novice cooks, even one sent in by Debra Wells of Biloxi that comes from Hershey's kitchens. The cooking talent level on the recipe is "advanced."
Candy-making takes skill and patience.
Terry Thomas has a great fudge recipe, but it does require some refrigeration.