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No one looks board to taking decorations of there Christmas tree, the holiday joy disappears quickly when ornaments are all over the floor and the lights become a tangled mess. But it doesn’t have to be that way, I am going to show you three easy and quick steps for pretty on your all of your ornaments, garlands and lights so that the next year your actually excited about taking them out again. So the first tip that I’m going to give you is to take things down in the reverse order that you put them up so most times people put there ornaments a plus so we’re going to start there. First thing is to use in a ornament holder, now this containers are a little bit of an investment but I love them because they let you use all of your space all away to the very tippy top of the container. Not only that they’re stackable and clear so you can easily tell what’s inside each one. The second thing that you want to do is make sure that your sorting everything all similar items together, for example keep all of your containers with ball ornaments stock together so they’re in one place and easy to find. A great alternative is to just taking old wine box, they’re already having the built in containers plus it’s great for string really large items. You can also repurpose and old egg grates. So, ornaments are run that’s we use to have a really big mess with the lights and the garland. Since the garland was the second thing that we put on it’s going to be the next thing that we take off so we are going to take these lights full and we are going to wrap the ribbon right around them. I love the lights falls because it’s so easy to keep it nice and straight and even, cost me $5 you can give it from absolutely any hardware store. So another great option is to use a cardboard wrapping tube, cut this both ends then take the ribbon and put inside the slit to secure it. Start rolling tube and you’re good to go, and the best part is next year you can easily roll it right off and onto the tree. Now a few step and more time last year on tangling your light strands and he did enjoying them, this is going to save your world. Use these light bulbs to neatly and easily remove the lights off the tree. So much easier they having a huge tingle pile at the end of the day and once you’re done scrolling your life seal the little nylon bag this comes with it, you’re going to level all four sides of this. You can just glance no matter how its lane and you know exactly what’s inside. And I bet that you’re wondering what to do with all these little fuses and extra light bulbs. You can ordinary standard tackle box and organize all of your lights and accessories so once you have everything put in there you close it up, seal it and then you actually get away on the top light accessories so that you know exactly what’s in there and where to find it. They’re you have it, three a decorating 101, your whole tree boil down to just the small compartment, happy in decorating.
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