Repurpose common items to store Holiday decorations
Lugging those boxes out to the curb for trash pickup is not good for the landfills and it makes you a potential target of thieves
Heavy boxes and shipping containers make great storage for decorations.
Save those heavy gauge boxes and shipping containers to repurpose for storage of Holiday decorations.
Too often we find ourselves in a heap of trash after the gifts are open.
Lugging those boxes out to the curb for trash pickup is not good for the landfills and it makes you a potential target of thieves driving the streets to see what expensive electronics that may be inside your house.
Instead, think repurpose to store away your Holiday decorations for an organized next year.
Boxes used to ship electronics are generally heavy built, far more heavy duty than the light weight boxes that Holiday decorations come in.
Boxes used to ship Holiday fruit make perfect ornament holders.
Egg cartons make perfect small ornament holders.
Styrofoam lined box to ship you a Holiday ham makes a great storage box for fine porcelain Holiday figurines.
Garment bags make perfect Christmas wrapping paper storage either on or off the hanger.
Narrow computer screen and TV boxes make perfect Holiday wreath storage boxes.
Save those gift boxes to recycle for coming years, they also stack and store nicely into a garment bag.
A small scrap of chip board cut to warp Christmas lights will keep them tangle free for years to come.
Popcorn tins make perfect storage for Holiday decorations. Being they already have Holiday themed outside they are easy to spot in an attic.
Popcorn tins are also bug and rodent resistant making them ideal storage for important records to bulk food.
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