\r\n\r\nHere are some good tips for cleaning up after the holidays and storing all of your Christmas decorations.\r\n\r\n1.) Hot glue some plastic cups on to a sheet of cardboard. Arrange the cups in rows and store your Christmas ornaments in it. Stack them into your storage box.\r\n\r\n2.) Use a clothes hanger and fasten it to the back of your wreath using a ziptie. Use a plastic bag and cut a hole out of the top of your bag. Slip the hanger right through the hole of the plastic bag, to protect the wreath.\r\n\r\n3.) Use a hanger to store your Christmas lights. Wrap the string of lights around the hanger. Use a hanger for shorter strings of lights and a piece of cardboard for longer strings of lights.\r\n\r\n4.) Store your leftover wrapping paper by cutting a line in a cardboard tube. Use the tube as a wrapping paper holder.\r\n\r\n5.) Use paper clips to store strands of ribbon. Fold the ribbon onto itself into an accordion-style fashion. Once you have folded up the entire ribbon, go ahead and secure it with a paperclip in the middle.\r\n\r\n6.) Store similar, oddly-shaped items into an empty shoebox.\r\n\r\n7.) Put glittery items into a ziploc bag to keep them from making a mess.\r\n\r\nWe understand that seasonal decorations can unnecessarily take up loads of room in your house. Consider investing in a storage unit\u00a0for a place put your holiday decorations in year-round!