How do you wrap ornaments?
wrap ornaments in tissue paper
I wrap each ornament carefully in a bunch of tissue paper or bubble wrap or you could even use soft cloths or batting. Anything soft that will give those ornaments some protection in the box will work. You can reuse the same tissue paper year after year too.
What can I use to wrap ornaments?
Use tissue paper, packing paper, or air-filled plastic wrap to fill in any gaps and keep items in place during storage. Make sure to contain ornaments. Even within your cardboard box you’ll want additional storage to keep your ornaments in.
How do you pack Christmas ornaments?
If egg cartons are too small to hold your Christmas ornaments, here’s a roomier alternative: plastic apple containers. Rinse and dry the apple containers, then nestle ornaments inside, close the lid, and place the plastic box gently into a cardboard box or Rubbermaid bin for extra protection.
How do you store fragile ornaments?
Wrap them in a layer of tissue paper, followed by a layer of bubble wrap to ensure that fragile ornaments won’t break in storage. The layers around the ornament will not only protect it, but they’ll make it easier to store by creating a rounder shape.
When should you put up Christmas decorations?
It’s time to start decorating for Christmas. Most people start decorating for Christmas after Thanksgiving. Some people choose to wait until December 1st for some decorations because they are specific to the month. For the most part, when you decide to decorate for Christmas is up to you.