The holiday season is over, so it’s time to slowly think about hiding the Christmas decorations. How to do this when the original ornaments boxes are missing? How to store chains and Christmas wreaths? See the gallery of ideas for packing up Christmas decorations. Maybe some project will inspire you. Or maybe you have tried it out already? Take a look.
Artificial Christmas Tree
You can wrap your artificial Christmas tree in the clean film either after removing all the decorations or in a lazy version – with all the decorations!
You can pack your artificial Christmas tree into a tube or plastic pipe with a diameter of at least 8 inches.
Higher Christmas trees consist of two elements, so you will need 2 tubes.
Wreaths, small or large, can be easily packed in plastic bags or stretch.
If you have more of these decorations to store, treat them well as clothing you can hang them in plastic bags, simply place them on hangers and on a spare rail.
Christmas Tree Lights
Lamps are quite a challenge after Christmas. To store them until the next Christmas without tangles, roll them up into pieces of cardboard or paper towel rolls.
You can wrap them around separately or pack them in any cardboard box with dividers in between.
Christmas Tree Chains
All cardboard boxes, e.g. shoe boxes or plastic boxes are sufficient for chains. Bead chains can be stored in plastic bottles.
Christmas Tree Decorations
When it comes to glass decorations, there are many options for storing them if you do not have the original boxes with compartments.
Ornaments in Egg Trays
Ornaments in Disposable Cups
Ornaments in Zipped Pouches
Hanging Them on a Rod in the Container
Glass Ornaments in Muffin Forms
Ornaments in Cup Trays
Of course, all boxes and boxes or cartons will always be best to keep the decorations in one place. So instead of trashing your cookie container or the fast-food packaging, think about whether it will be useful for packing Christmas decorations.
And what ways do you have to store your Christmas decorations in ?