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The Presentation is Half the Present

The Presentation is Half the Present

Late last year, we discovered that you, and others like you are bored with ordinary wrapping paper. We set out on a journey to remedy this by bringing you

  1. Custom Wrapping paper
  2. Premade designs from DBC's designers.
  3. A stress free, headache free holiday gift wrapping season

Your response was extraordinary. What started as a small project for an existing client turned into a surprising December where we shipped wrapping paper to 7 states, got written about on a parenting blog, and had a whole lot of fun. (All with no advertising). Each of our customers raved at the quality and thickness of the paper, and the ease that they were able to customize and receive it.

We gained a lot from the experience, and have further improved our process in time for the 2016 Holiday Season


We'd like to introduce lazywrap.com

We're bringing cool, high quality and affordable wrapping paper to everyone. This new site is full of instant wraps, with more debuting each week of November.

You can even have wraps personalized with your pictures and names and you can even commission a custom design of your own!

Lazy Wrap was created for you to express your inner creative self, all while impressing your family and friends, and most importantly, at an affordable cost to you.

Each large sheet of wrapping paper is printed on 70 lb paper with a matte finish. The best part? You can order in as low as a quantity of 5 (of course, order as many as possible). Each sheet can wrap one large present, or three small ones.

This is how you win the holidays!

Just for reading this, congratulations, you've won a gift!

Use promo code GETLAZY for 10% off any order in our first week. (Expires 11/8). Also, we'd love it if you signed up for Lazy Wrap updates below.

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