An Easy Gift-Wrapping Party
Who says wrapping presents has to be a late-night, alone-in-the-kitchen mission? Turn it into a jolly group activity with this game plan.
The Party at a GlanceHow it works: You provide wrapping supplies and food. Ask each guest to bring some presents to wrap and one roll of paper so you have a variety.
Whom to invite: Three to five friends. It’s the perfect time to catch up―and escape nosy family members.
Invitation or e-mail? E-mail. Or, even better, Evite. Try Real Simple’s new customizable Free Evite Party Invitations from Real Simple (it’s free).
What to serve: Red Pepper Frittata Squares and Oven Fries With Garlic Aioli are satisfying and need little hands-on time. You can pull them together the night of the party. Find out how to get it all done.
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