Corralling closet clutter: over-the-door giftwrap storage

Hi, I'm blogging again.  I've missed you.  :) happy

We've had some great quality time with family visitors (my mom, then my mother-in-law & her husband, who all flew here from Iowa).  How I wish Quinn's grandparents lived closer so they could babysit weekly soak up every minute of Quinn growing up.  Though we're loving that her aunt & uncle just moved to Colorado to babysit.

It seems like the more chaotic/sleep deprived life gets, the more I crave organization & control.  I've always been like that--I probably had the most organized dorm room in college during finals week.  Amidst the emotional roller coaster that was August, I tackled my mess of giftwrapping crap.  The chaos was corralled by using this inexpensive over-the-door pantry organizer that I had bought ages ago for the (duh) pantry (i.e., coat closet converted to pantry).  We have since replaced the pantry's old, nasty door with a white bifold one so the organizer was rendered useless in that I repurposed it for a different closet.  

I can't take any credit for this idea because there are variations of this giftwrapping station all over the friggin' internets..........though I initially saw it last year on BHG:  
Not my space.

Here's my version:
My sassy little helper.

The chaos is corralled.

I just added a strand of floral-gauge wire I had on hand to keep the rolls of wrapping paper in line.

It might not look like it, but those giftbags really do stay put even when I madly fling the door open.
I might add another strand of wire just in case.

The ribbon caddy is just a cheap acrylic compartment thing from The Container Store.
The gifttag holder is an old cotton swab holder (the lid was shattered during a move)....sometimes I keep things.

It functions well & holds everything securely.  It's hidden.  It uses vertical space for "floating" storage, which scores major points with me.  The whole setup is pretty stable/stationary though I might throw in a couple screws to anchor the lower extension for added stability.  

How do you store your giftwrapping? 
Would love to hear them as I'm sure there will be another bout of sleep deprivation on my horizon. 
Now, who needs a present wrapped?