Christmas Storage Solution + Giveaway

posted by Andrea | 12/28/2010

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. A winner has been chosen and notified.


Christmas Day has come and gone; and if you’re like me, you’ll be taking down your Christmas tree and packing up all your fun holiday ornaments with in the next week or so. It’s a sad day…but it has to be done.

For me, this day involves putting my ornaments in a big cardboard box and hoping they don’t break as I try to shove them all in! However this year, I have a brand new, super organized way to store all my Christmas ornaments — want to know what it is?

Well, have you heard of Ultimate Christmas Storage?

It’s a company that specializes in high-quality storage boxes like these gorgeous red boxes.

And these super cute blue polka-dot storage boxes!

And, as their name suggests, they have tons of great “Christmas Storage” products for ornaments and other small items that can easily be lost or broken.

All of their products are extremely high quality, durable, and SO much prettier then my cardboard boxes — so I’m using these boxes for my ornaments this year!

The Ultimate Christmas Storage products feature:

  • Acid Free heavy-duty chipboard throughout.
  • Tarnish inhibitor added to help reduce the atmospheric effect on silvered and metal ornaments.
  • Ornament boxes and Ornament chests provide removable trays from 3 to 5 inches deep.
  • Trays have fully adjustable dividers to accommodate a variety of collectibles.
  • Beautiful fabric covering adds years of durability to acid free ornament boxes.
  • Decorative fabrics allow ornament boxes to be used as a decorative accessory.
  • Our fabric variety allows for easy segregation and identification of your collectibles.
  • Clear heavy-duty vinyl zippered bag protects the archival ornament boxes while stored.

OK, so these sound really fancy, and they technically are…

BUT they are also practical, stackable, transportable, storable, movable, and really pretty. Plus, if you’re planning to move, these boxes are very convenient {yes, I speak from experience!}

I’m sure you can imagine how excited I am to replace my cardboard boxes with these pretty boxes that provide tons of storage for small, delicate items and assure that everything stays neat, organized, and unharmed.

Well, I’m also excited that Ultimate Christmas Storage is giving away a beautiful green ornament storage box to one lucky Simple Organized Living reader!! {see below for details}

More about this storage box:

  • Size: 22 x 16 x 7 1/2″ high
  • One 3″ deep tray with 28 adjustable compartments
  • 4″ deep bottom compartment for oversized items with16 adjustable compartments
  • Enclosed in a vinyl zipper bag for storage

Ultimate Christmas Storage is also including a large bag of shredded packing material to assure none of your ornaments break. How nice of them!

This is a $75.00 prize package!

Want to Win?

There are THREE ways to win…

  1. Leave a comment below with your current method of ornament storage. {Mandatory}
  2. “Like” Ultimate Christmas on Facebook — and leave a comment letting me know.
  3. Sign up for the Ultimate Christmas newsletter — and leave a comment letting me know.

This contest is open until Tuesday, January 4, 2011, at 11:59pm EST. ONE winners will be selected at random and announced on Wednesday, January 5. Please read my full disclosure policy and contact me with any questions you might have. I received a free ornament storage box for review, however all opinions are my own!

 

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115 comments

  1. Andrea Watts

    01/03/2011

    I signed up for the newsletter.

  2. Denise

    01/04/2011

    My current method of storing xmas decorations is in plastic totes and putting them in the garage.

  3. Denise

    01/04/2011

    Liked ultimate christmas on facebook

  4. Jacqueline Presley

    01/04/2011

    Current method of ornament storage:
    Rubbermaid bins, ornaments wrapped in paper towels.

  5. Denise

    01/04/2011

    Signed up for newsletter

  6. sharon

    01/04/2011

    hi current method is a rubbermaid bin and smaller boxes…could use this

  7. sharon

    01/04/2011

    liked this site on fb

  8. sharon

    01/04/2011

    sub. to newsletter too

  9. Diane Campagna

    01/04/2011

    My current method is a combination of things. I store some of my ornaments in the original boxes, but they start to disintegrate after a while. Others get wrapped and put in sturdier cardboard boxes, and the rest get thrown together into one large box. It’s mess really. This looks like a wonderful solution.

  10. amy

    01/04/2011

    we have lots of ornaments that go back a generation or two, and i usually wrap them in tissue, place them in smaller boxes and put several boxes in a large plastic bins that i can stack in storage. This past Christmas I went through each ornament to discard the broken or donate what we never use and it really helped in seeing what I have so when I am able to purchase better storage I know exactly what we need!

  11. Beth

    01/04/2011

    Most of the things are just put in Rubbermaid totes.

  12. Beverly Huntington

    01/04/2011

    I use Ultimate Christmas Storage boxes currently but need more, just not in my budget! I purchased my first one in the holiday fabric from Neiman Marcus close to 20 years ago and purchased more over the years. I also have several of the small 6″ cube boxes in the same fabric and a smaller box perfect for stockings, wrapped in your acid-free paper, of course. Although I use the plastic vinyl covers, they all could pass as new! I’ll post a picture on your facebook page which I have “liked”. Signed up for email newsletter also.

  13. Kristen Montgomery

    01/04/2011

    I currently throw everything in plastic rubbermaid bins…and occasionally a cardboard box!

  14. jennibell

    01/04/2011

    My current method. . .for those that still have boxes, I put those back in them. After that, I wrap them in tissue or put them in plastic ziplock baggies and put them in a cardboard box or shopping bag. I just told my husband last night that if we ever had water damage in the garage I would lose everything :(

  15. jennibell

    01/04/2011

    I signed up for the newsletter too!