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This Designer Gift Wrap Is Totally Worth $12

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    Don't get us wrong: We love giving gifts. Whether it be the initial sneaky recon work or actually purchasing the item, we fully embrace the process of finding The Perfect Gift for each person on our list. Where we occasionally drop the ball, however, is in the presentation. We may have graduated from wrapping shoe boxes in the funny pages, but we wouldn't say we kill it in the super-crafty gift-wrapping department, either.

    If you're in the same boat, you'll want to click on over to One Kings Lane. The luxe e-tailer has partnered with some of the design world's brightest talents, including Kelly Wearstler, Aerin Lauder, and John Derian, to create a unique collection of beautiful wrapping paper in time for the holidays. Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman's collection launched yesterday, and new collections will launch on One Kings Lane every few days until November 27. Each $12 roll comes with five sheets of gift wrap, and since each designer created three patterns, you can easily customize your mix-and-match scheme. We have to admit: When we first read "designer wrapping paper," we weren't expecting a price tag of just $12. We'd say this is a pretty good deal if you have a bunch of small packages that you want to make a little bit more special. Even better? All the proceeds from the wrapping papers will be donated to a charity of each designer's choice. Click through to see all the pretty papers, and get ready to step up your wrap game.

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