Looking for the best way to store your Christmas decorations? These Christmas organization ideas will show you how to organize and store Christmas decorations simply and efficiently.
Decked the halls? Check. Gave all your loved ones amazing gifts? Check. Celebrated the New Year with a bang? Check. All only to be left staring at your disorganized piles of holiday decor and feeling overwhelmed by the mess? Please tell me that it’s not just me who feels this way! Out of necessity (sanity matters, friends), I’ve come up with a super simple way to organize the holiday decorations.
Simple Christmas Decoration Organization:
At our home, we want holiday decorating to be something in which everyone can participate… and we want holiday clean up to be something in which everyone can participate, too. 😉 . This simple system (which I’ve spent a few years honing) is easy enough for my 3 and 5 year old to follow and help with. I’ve put together a little video for you explaining it all. If you enjoy my tips and videos, I’d love to have you subscribe to my channel on YouTube!
Now for those of you who prefer to have things in writing…
Tips for organizing Christmas decorations:
- Decide how much space you have and limit yourself to that.
- Use clear plastic containers that fit your space efficiently.
- Group like items with ziploc bags.
- Enlist help.
- Sort into bins by color.
- Use cardboard for light strings.
- Label clearly.
Free Printable for labeling and organizing your Christmas decorations:
Just for fun, I put together this little printable to help you label your bins of Christmas decor.
You can download this free organizing printable from my printable library by clicking here (if you are already a subscriber) or click the image below to sign up!
I’m telling you, this easy system has made a world of difference for me in the post-holiday stress level, not to mention the ease of decorating the next year when everything is so well organized. I hope it does the same for you! Pin it now if you want to save this for next year.
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