Regifting Revival!: A Guide to Reusing Gifts Graciously
Over the years, fruit cakes, ugly sweaters and graceless gifting practices have earned regifting a bad rap, but Jodi Newbern knows that all you need is a little creativity and class to turn an unwanted gift into the perfect present. She's on a crusade to revive regifting by showing you how to turn tacky into tasteful. Read this hilarious guide and. discover why a regifting revival is crucial to our wallets as well as our environment. get educated about the different types of regiftable items and how to regift them. review the best ways to give a great gift to any person for any occasion. learn to avoid typical regifting faux pas. build a complete regift tool kit to get you regifting the right way, right awayLearn the secrets to gracious regifting and the next time you receive a gift too big, too small, or just not for you, you'll know how to tastefully get that present into the hands of someone who will truly appreciate it.
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