Best gift wrap tissues according to redditors

We found 10 Reddit comments discussing the best gift wrap tissues. We ranked the 7 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Gift Wrap Tissue:

u/Blarco · 3 pointsr/Flipping

I bought this for selling clothes. It's cheap and professional-ish. This is for wrapping the item though, not to use as filler.

u/vschwoebs · 3 pointsr/BehindTheClosetDoor

I'm late to the party here but normally get regular size tissue paper at the dollar store or TJ Maxx/Home Goods. I like to use this XL paper for bigger items but try not to use it as much since it's more expensive. I have both a TJ Maxx and Amazon credit card so I usually use my rewards for it!

u/0311 · 1 pointr/Flipping

Non-mobile link here

u/QuoteTheKitty · 1 pointr/poshmark

Amazon pretty much.


tissue paper

thank you cards

poly mailers I’m debating

Edit: formatting.

Edit 2: also I’m planing on adding some boutique jewelry so I got these off eBay

If anyone knows where I could get some black damask dust bags let me know 🤣

u/bitchnumber24 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

off of /u/knuckle-sandwich 's wishlist, tissue paper! There's so much fun stuff on her wishlist, I went insane over it. Like. I wanted half the things. The tissue paper caught my eye because it's one of the ^things ^^I ^^^like ^^^^to ^^^^^hoard.

u/rossatesta · 1 pointr/Secretlover3

I am picturing either hospital gown type material(a little more durable), or for super colorful fun, like colorful tissue paper, like for gift bags!
Not sure size works though, but you could layer multiple colors for a rainbow of fun! ;-)
Amazon link

u/jollycuppa · 1 pointr/poshmark

I order the priority boxes for free from USPS.

Tissue paper and random ribbon's I've found from around the house for wrapping. Once I run out of my ribbon, I might look into my stationary supplies for random stickers/washi tape. I don't bother with thank you cards and as far as I can tell, it hasn't affected my ratings at all.

I reuse the plastic bags from online orders and stuff. Instead of throwing them away, I stash them in a drawer and pull one out when I need it. If I don't have one on hand, I'll use an old grocery bag instead.

From Amazon, not my exact items, but similar:

u/LoverlyRails · 1 pointr/secretsanta

If you want to wrap (and it's not required, so don't feel bad at all if you choose not to wrap) and you're not too good at it- one little trick you can use is to just tuck a little colorful tissue paper around your gifts as you put them in the box. It doesn't have to be expensive tissue paper either. You can usually pick something up in a dollar store. It'll make your gifts look pretty but it's not really wrapping, you know.