Raise your hand if you've got more baubles than you know what to do with.
Don't toss those nifty cartons after you finish your latest batch of scrambled eggs. It turns out the circular shape of each holder make them ideal for protecting ornaments from harm.
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Just like these plastic containers protect apples by the dozen at the supermarket, they'll keep your larger ornaments safe until next December.
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Gallon-size plastic bags let you group ornaments by color or shape. Then when you decorate the tree the following year, you can make sure you hang up decorations evenly by focusing on one bag at a time.
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Protect ornaments from knocking into each other and chipping by making these DIY cardboard dividers. Even better: Since they're handmade you can make sure they fit snugly into the boxes you already own.
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Not only does this container offer six different compartments for different kinds of ornaments, but it's also transparent so next year you can peek through to see what's inside without having to lift the lid.
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Line individual compartments with a few coffee filters to create a cushion for breakable ornaments that need a little extra protection.
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Not all decorations should be stored the same — a glass antique might required tissue paper and a separate box, while you can toss plastic ball ball into a bag without a second thought. Here, a box is separated into different sections based on durability.
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To make this smart storage, just drill holes into the sides of a plastic bin and fit a wooden rod through the openings. Then loop hangers onto each rod so that next year when you're ready to decorate the tree you'll know each ornament is ready to go.
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When you glue these festive red cups onto a piece of cardboard, each ornaments gets an individual storage area. Plus, you can stack two trays of decorations on top of each other to optimize your bin even more.
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Don't toss your most prized ornaments into storage like the rest. Use a plastic leftovers bin stuffed with tissue paper to keep 'em safe when in storage.
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