DIY Christmas String Lights Organizer

diy christmas string lights organizer

Storing Christmas lights and other holiday string lights can be challenging. This season try a DIY organizing hack by wrapping your Christmas lights around a clothes hanger to prevent them from tangling. Next season you will have neat and organized string lights without the tangles and the mess.

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Simple Holiday String Light Organizer

plastic bag string light storage

Make Christmas string lights or other holiday string lights easy to locate when it’s time to put up your tree by storing them in plastic freezer bags. Go one step further and label the bag with a permanent marker to help identify the specific area you used the lights last year. Your string lights will stay protected from moisture and they will remain tangle free until you’re ready to use them again.

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Easy and Cheap Lighted Gift Boxes

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Absorb Bottle Drips With Twine

absorb bottle drips with twine

Are you tired of wine or olive oil dripping down the sides of your bottle after every pour? Wrap twine around the top of a bottle to keep the liquid from dripping down the side. Not only will you keep your countertops clean and dry but you will also up your decor game.

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Hang a Picture Straight Every Time

Hang a picture straight

Does your head start to tilt a little sideways every time you spot that one picture hanging in your living room? Getting a picture perfectly aligned isn’t always as simple as just hanging it on the wall. Thankfully, there’s a quick way to hang a picture straight. You will need a level or a smartphone. If using your mobile device, download one of the many free level apps out there and open it. Then simply sit your level or phone on top of the picture and gently nudge the frame until the bubble on the level is perfectly centered. Now, when you look at that picture, you won’t end up hurting your neck.

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Use Peels to Create Orange Scented Kindling for Your Fireplace

orange scented kindling

Do you want an extra nice scent to go along with the aroma of burning logs on a cold winter night? Orange peels are a simple solution. Simply save them and leave them out to dry, and then add them to your fireplace as natural orange scented kindling the next time you go to light a fire. It’s ecofriendly, simple, and you needed the extra vitamin C from eating all those oranges anyway!

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