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-Simple Christmas Light Organizer -

posted in DIY & Crafts
04/07/2015
  • MATERIALS NEEDED

    So simple you only need two items!

  • 1. Clothes Hanger 

You can go to local dollar store to purchase some, or just use extras around the house like I did.
    1. Clothes Hanger

    You can go to local dollar store to purchase some, or just use extras around the house like I did.
  • 2. Christmas Lights 

This could also work for small wreaths or decorative beads on a string.
    2. Christmas Lights

    This could also work for small wreaths or decorative beads on a string.
  • INSTRUTIONS

  • 1. First untangle your Christmas lights and start with one end of the string to one end of the hanger.
    1. First untangle your Christmas lights and start with one end of the string to one end of the hanger.
  • 2. Keep wrapping until string is fully wrapped on hanger.  To ensure the lights stay secure during storage either tie the end to the hanger or use tape.
    2. Keep wrapping until string is fully wrapped on hanger. To ensure the lights stay secure during storage either tie the end to the hanger or use tape.
  • TIP: Plug two or more sets of lights together to create a longer string to wrap on one hanger.

    TIP: Use red or green hangers to add to the Christmas theme!

    TIP: You could also try useing a short pipe to wrap the lights around.

  • VOLIA! You have now turned the yearly messy frustration of tangled lights into a simple, unwind, then hang!
    VOLIA! You have now turned the yearly messy frustration of tangled lights into a simple, unwind, then hang!

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