Holiday decorations are a tradition and are paraded out every year to be admired adding a cheery festive atmosphere to your home. Itís important and economical to store your ornaments safely so that they pristine for year on year use.
You have two options. You can buy an ornament storage box from a retail store or you can repurpose a large box, bin or basket. The benefit of repurposing a large box is that you can store ornaments in their original packaging within the box.
Step 1- Preparing the Box.
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- Create a budget for the festive season- include gifts, food and entertainment.
- Buy tickets to seasonal events. Create a Master Family Schedule for the season and place it on the fridge or another communal area where everyone can view. » View more
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1. USE A NUTCRACKER.
Don't you just hate when you're getting ready to bake and you can't get those small vanilla extract bottles open? Simply grip the cap with a nutcracker and it will be off in an instant. This is a great time saver! (Works well with nail polish bottles too!) 2. MAKE A LIST. CHECK IT TWICE. Make written (or typed) lists for the holidays and it will be much easier to remember everything... » View more