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Christmas Tree Storage Solution

I hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas. We have enjoyed our Christmas celebration this
year with family and friends as we have sung songs, played games, and feasted on sweets. As
we move onto the twelve days of Christmas, it is our tradition to keep our Nativity set out until
the Epiphany which falls on January the 6th. The rest of our Christmas decoration is
put away until next Christmas. This year I have partnered with Tree Classics to share
our storage tips.

For this campaign, I received a Deluxe Upright Tree storage bag from Tree Classics, in order to
put away the Christmas tree and decorations with ease as we transition into the New Year.
When I received the Deluxe Upright Tree storage bag, I unpacked the bag from the box and laid
it out on the floor to get a better look.  My Tree Classics Christmas tree is 7.5 foot tall, so this
storage bag is a perfect solution for storage.
Deluxe Upright Tree Storage

To store your tree make sure to unplug it, then remove all of the ornaments and decorations.
At our home, we usually start from the bottom of the tree and work our way up
to the top until everything is removed. I lay the ornaments on the table and then store them
away after the tree is in the storage bag. Here’s a tip to help make your transition
a bit easier. Purchase one to three ornament storage containers so that your
ornaments are all in one place when you need them.  This makes storing and decorating so
much easier year after year. There are many places that offer storage containers for
ornaments including online, you may be creative and use anything around your home as well.
I am currently using one of these storage boxes for my glass ornaments and store my other
ornaments in bags to store them inside the tree bag inside the bottom pocket.

Once all the decorations have been removed from the tree, I unplug each section of my Kennedy
Fir Narrow Christmas Tree from the center.  This will make it easy to move the tree sections if
they need to be moved.

The storage bag that I received is a tough canvas-like material.  It feels thick and sturdy plus
it looks like it will keep out dust and dirt from the tree. The bag has sturdy compression straps
that provide the tree with maximum support which I love.  This bag accommodates fully
assembled trees that measure up to 7.5 feet tall and features an extra pocket for storing away
extra ornaments and accessories.

Tree Classics

Tree Classics

The side handles make moving the tree easy. A clear tag holder allows you to identify the bag’s
contents conveniently.

The bag measures 30” long x 30” wide x 89” high and is made of heavy-duty 100% polyester
fabric.  The storage bag attaches to your tree stand and may be used like a simple tree skirt
during the Christmas season.
(Below is the image of the top opening of the Tree Bag.)

When it is time to put your tree away, you will open the bag, lay it flat on the ground and put
your arm through to the bag until you reach the bottom where you will place your tree stand.
Then align the bag with your tree base and slide the bag over it.  Tip the bag over to fasten the
straps to your tree stand with the buckles provided, then flip the stand back over.  Place your tree
on the stand, make sure that there are no ornaments on your tree.  Have two people pull the bag
upwards like a funnel as it compresses the branches upwards as you move it. Once you reach the
top of the tree gather the bag and pull the string tight. If you a have a tree that is taller than
7.5 feet, you may have to remove the top of the tree and place it in the bottom pocket.
When the tree is in the bag, fasten the buckles on the sides for further compressing into place.
To store it carefully tilt it a bit and carry the tree into storage until next year.

When it is that time of the year again, grab your tree from storage, unfasten the top zippers &
straps, pull it down and gather it on the inside of the bag’s base to hide the rest of the
bag forming a tree skirt.

I love my Tree Classics Christmas Tree Storage Bag, it is easier for me to put away my tree as
well as carry it out to get it ready for the Holidays. I think it is a great quality bag, I do not see
any negatives, but only the convenience of this bag. If you want a Tree Storage bag, head over
to Tree Classics, they are having a sale right now!

Thank you, Tree Classics for hosting the Deluxe Upright Storage Bag campaign.

Be sure to visit  Laura from Pet Scribbles for more creative ideas on how to store your
Christmas decorations and ornaments and visit the Tree Classics Facebook page live at
7:30EST as the campaign closes with Jennifer Lutz from Tree Classics.

*Disclosure: Tree Classics sponsored the item on this post. I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. There may be affiliate links in this post. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*

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