The Most Unusual Ways To Store Safely Your Christmas Ornaments You Didn’t Know Before

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Now when the Christmas season is finished, it is time to collect all the Christmas decorations and store them for the next Christmas. Has it happened to you to find some of your favorite Christmas ornaments (especially the fragile ones) being broken when you dig them for the Christmas season? Well, that is all left in the past from now because in this article we are sharing with you some amazing and cheap Christmas ornaments storage ideas that will keep your Christmas ornaments safe until the next festive season.

In the gallery below you can find some easy DIY Christmas ornaments storing ideas that we are sure you couldn’t even imagine they exist. The most of them won’t need some extra effort from you, but will keep your fragile ornaments safe. For example, to keep your beaded garlands all you need is a plastic soda or water bottle where you can just place them without having to worry if they get messy. To keep the fragile Christmas ornaments you can use plastic solo cups glued to a cardboard in which you can place even biggest ornaments. For the smaller ones you can use cupcake liners places in a box. Do you throw fast food and drink holder after you get to home or to the office? Well stop doing that because you can use these holders to keep safe your Christmas ornaments. The eggs cartons too can be used to storage smaller Christmas ornaments. Or, holiday cookies tins for example can be used to store Christmas ornaments that are not that fragile, or for the fragile ones, but if you first place some tissue paper around them to protect them from get broken. These all and even more Christmas ornaments storing ideas are presented in the gallery below. Take a look.

1. Plastic soda or water bottles

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2. Felt scraps

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3. Fast food drink holders

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4. Coffee filters

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5. Cupcake liners

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6. Cardboard dividers

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7. Baggies to organize ornament  by color

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8. Eggs carton for smaller ornaments

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9. Holiday tins

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10. Plastic apple cartons

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