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Okie dokie…. We’ve decked the halls, we’ve heard the sleigh bells ring, and we know all the words to Feliz Navidad. Now it’s time to fa-la-la-la-la our way through organization bins and get that Christmas decor PUT AWAY! Whether you’re ready to say goodbye to the holiday season or not (because I know some of us love Christmas time more than words can express) it’s socially unacceptable to have any holiday decor up after a certain amount of time has passed. However, putting all the Christmas gear away can be a hefty job! We don’t want to ruin anything because, let’s face it, Christmas decor isn’t necessarily cheap and a lot of our decor has sentimental meaning.
If you’re ready to try some genius new organization tips, check out these Holiday Organization Hacks! From ornaments in egg cartons to garlands in water bottles, there’s a little something for everyone:) I’m not quite sure if shrink wrapping a faux Christmas tree is possible, but if you try it, please don’t forget to come back here and let us know! Do you have any super smart holiday organization ideas? Share them with us! Everybody loves a really organized person (how do they do it all?).
Holiday Organization Hacks
1. How To Shrink-Wrap Your Christmas Tree
2. Pour Garland in a Plastic Bottle to Prevent Tangling
3. How to Store Christmas Lights Around a Coat Hanger
by WiKi How
4. Roll Christmas Lights onto a Hose Real
by Family Handyman
5. Store Glass Ornaments in Egg Cartons
by Ask Anna
6. Glue Plastic Cups to Cardboard then Stack them in Plastic Bins
7. How to Use Scraps of Cardboard to Organize Christmas Lights
by A Real Housewife
I store my lights around a roll of unopened wrapping paper:) Keeps it from getting all tangled up in a great big knot.
That is SUCH a GREAT idea!!
This year I bought cord storage wraps at Home Depot for less than $1.50 each and wound my strands of lights around them. So easy, convenient, and lasting. I thought about using cardboard, but figured I’d end up bending it…
What a GREAT idea!