This post is written by guest blogger, Catie. She loves coming up with ideas and dragging her family into helping her achieve them, just like this DIY project!
7 Simple Ways to Deck out your Home for the Holidays
It’s officially the holiday season and that means it’s time to decorate your home and yard for Christmas. Some people adorn their homes from roof to floor with twinkling lights, glittering decor and a Christmas tree with plenty of ornaments.
While you’re spending some fun family time, drinking hot chocolate and eating Christmas cookies, we have the ultimate holiday playlist right here.
All those seasonal decorations, supplies, and equipment can take up a ton of room in your home, garage, or attic during the other eleven months of the year. And if your festive decor is overflowing from your home, maybe you should think about a different storage option.
Tis the season for more storage with a high quality dependable Cook Portable Warehouse with our eight unique shed styles. To see why a Cook building is the perfect gift for anyone on your holiday list, read this post!
But decorating your home, apartment, or office doesn’t have to take too much time or expense. Here are seven simple ways to decorate your home with items you are already using to celebrate the holiday!
After your holiday shopping spree it’s always a struggle to find safe places to hide those gifts you want to keep secret.
Little curious eyes and ears are always looking for hints to where their presents might be hidden. So, here’s some creative ideas to keep those surprises unspoiled until Christmas Day.
Cook Portable Warehouse
Your Cook shed is the perfect place to store those gifts. With our locking door handle, the kids can’t peek inside!
Plus, with the Lofted Barn option, you can keep gifts and holiday decorations all in the loft. They'll stay organized and out of the way until you need them each year.
Hiding gifts in your office might be best if your kids or spouse are particularly snoopy.
Lock those presents away in your desk drawer or filing cabinet.
In Discrete Boxes
If you have a baby in the house, hide them in old diaper boxes. The older kids probably will skip looking there.
Or, if you’re trying to hide something from your husband, hide small items in your feminine hygiene boxes. He’ll probably want to avoid opening those up!
Wrap them Immediately
Even if you don’t have your tree up, you can still wrap them and hide them away in the closet. If little fingers do find them they’re still left guessing.
Time to haul out the holly and turn on those holiday tunes! Below you'll find the perfect playlist for holiday parties or decorating with the family!
Thanksgiving is one of the biggest entertaining holidays of the season. Hosting family and friends can be a lot of fun and is a great opportunity to show off your cooking skills and spend time giving thanks together.