Enjoying the twinkling lights on the tree and the decked halls is one of the most wonderful parts of the Christmas season; dragging all of those decorations out, untangling lights, and packing them back up, not so much. The best way to make your set up and break down of Christmas decorations as painless as possible is to make sure that you follow simple tips to store them properly, so even if they’re shifted around the attic, garage, or basement throughout the other seasons, they stay in one piece.
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