Let’s Look – 10/13/21

Happy Wednesday! This month we’re taking a look at our holiday storage.

Linking up with Shay and Erika

In January, I shared my favorite mugs. In February, I shared my love language. In March, I shared my perfect night in. In April, I shared my fridge and pantry organization. In May, I shared our outdoor organization. In June, I shared our summer fun list. In July, I shared our bathroom organization and favorite products. I skipped August, but last month I shared my meal plan.

My holiday storage can be summed up in two words – Sterilite bins.

I keep each holiday in bins like this. None of them match but they are all Sterilite bins that I have accumulated over the years. We keep the bins for fall/Halloween, Thanksgiving, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, and Saint Patrick’s Day in the shed. We keep the bins for Easter and all the American holidays (Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Election Day, Flag Day, Labor Day) in the garage. We keep the Christmas bins in the attic over the garage and on a few shelves in the garage.

Typically, the kids and I have school on Wednesday before Thanksgiving and Jeff doesn’t. He uses that time to bring all of the Christmas boxes from the attic and I arrive home to “The Great Wall of Christmas” between our cars. I start decorating first thing Friday morning. This picture is from 2 years ago and I think our wall will have a few more boxes next year.

I love to look at what everyone else is sharing for this link up. How do you store your holiday decor? Be sure to come back tomorrow to see a recipe for one of my favorite desserts. Have a great day full of sunshine and books!

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4 thoughts on “Let’s Look – 10/13/21

  1. jgalvinwhite says:

    I love the Great Wall of Christmas 🤣 I just use bins (that I label) too. We keep Christmas in the attic, fall in the basement and I have a small tub of odds and ends- garden flags, Valentine’s Day, etc, in hall closet for easier access

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