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Faux Christmas Tree Storage Options

Updated on February 17, 2015

Christmas Tree Storage Ideas

Christmas is always such a fun and exciting time of year but it can become so chaotic if we aren't careful.

We hurry do prepare with all our gifts and decorating, making everything just the way we want it, but...

The one thing we so often overlook is what to do with all our decorations once the party is over, in particular, storing our beautiful faux Christmas tree until next year.

As tempting as it may be, its best not to just throw it all into a box and stuff it in the attic or garage. At least not if we plan on trying to use it again next year.

Believe it or not there are actually some great choices when it comes to Faux Christmas tree storage.

Faux Christmas Tree Storage Bin-Boxes-Bags-Containers

Many of us are already using Christmas ornament storage boxes but when it comes to our Christmas tree, we tend to be lacking in ideas. Well Ebay has some wonderful solutions for storing even the largest of Faux Christmas trees!

Besides saving precious time next Christmas, we also will be saving space and be more organized. All of which makes for less stress and being able to enjoy the holiday season with less stress is always a plus!

When you think about it, it is really just common sense. We spend so much time choosing our Christmas trees and then usually make a substantial investment, (hoping to use it for several years), and we should really start protecting that investment. Investing just a little more in storage that will help protect our beautiful trees until the next season is a simple solution. So when you make the decision to purchase a faux Christmas tree, be sure to include good storage in the cost. You will be glad you did the following year when it's time to decorate it!

Faux Christmas Tree Storage Options
Faux Christmas Tree Storage Options

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    • MyMastiffPuppies profile imageAUTHOR

      MyMastiffPuppies 

      7 years ago

      Thanks so much Darlene,

      I have to admit I have in the past put up real trees but for the past 10 or so years we have opted for artificial Christmas trees. There are really some beautiful trees available now and it just really makes sense. I have also used live trees that were planted in our yard after Christmas which is also a good option provided you go through with the planting of the tree. We have some really pretty Douglas Firs as a result. And yes I am behind on my reading and visiting my friends! (sorry, I'll do better.)

    • Darlene Sabella profile image

      Darlene Sabella 

      7 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

      Very nice to read about someone that keeps the same tree each year. To chop down a fresh new tree to put into your home for two or three weeks each year is a sin to me. Tree's are a living breathing part of Earth, helps to create our breathing air, it's time to GO GREEN. I hope youu come to my site to make comments when you find time. Thanks for sharing....this is a great hub

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