When the flurry and excitement of the Christmas season has abated, you’re left with one big question: what do you do with all this stuff?? Cleaning up after the holidays can be downer, not to mention the struggle of finding seasonal organization that works for your home and family. Check out these 24 Christmas storage hacks to find solutions that will work for you! From ornaments to trees to “what do I do with all these Christmas cards?!”, we’ve got you covered.
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24 Clever Christmas Storage Hacks
Store your wreaths on hangers using zip-ties and covering them with garbage bags for protection, then hang them on a coat rack to keep them out of the way. // Sew Many Ways
Or in clear multi-drawer organizers with large labels. // ‘A Casarella
Store rolls of wrapping paper in plastic bag dispensers, like this one, and mount them on the wall. // gall-erry
Or hang your rolls in a closet by tucking them into a clear garment bag – so you can easily see what you have on hand. // Chic
Keep your wrapping paper out of the way by corralling it into the corner of a closet using a wire shelf attached to the walls sideways. // The Family Handyman
Utilize an unused over-the-door shoe organizer for wrapping paper instead. Cut the bottom out of several upper pockets so the wrapping paper can slide through and catch in the bottom row of pockets. Use the intact pockets above for tape, scissors, ribbon and tags. // Tenth Avenue South
Similarly, use a door rack system to create a wrapping paper command center and contain all the wrapping paper clutter. There’s room for everything and you can customize it for your needs. Plus, it remains out of sight, tucked away in a closet. You can find a lot of different options at The Container Store. // iheartorganizing
Or take your wrapping paper station on the go, with a portable version using a market cart. // Two Shades of Pink
Turn a vintage hardcover book into a book of Christmas cards. Keep past cards from friends and family in one spot in a cute and crafty way. // postris
Or create a Christmas card memory book with a binder. // i heart nap time
Looking for something simpler? Make a cover and use binder rings to hold all of your Christmas cards together. // Oh Louise