I've nearly settled into the glorious time when the only reminder of Christmas decor is the holiday cards I usually display until mid-February, if not March 1. We successfully utilized attic space in our Tiny Tudor for our holiday decor which also freed up guest room closet storage for other things. This has been a HUGE help though I may keep a small box of things in my office that were missed on the final decor walk-through, oops!
(Note: there is a A LOT of storage opportunity in our attic but the more we are up there, the more we realize we'd like to utilize the space one day for vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. That said, I am hesitant to store any more up there as I don't want to rely to heavily on the space being available ;) Below is the picture that first made me quip to my husband, "Do we really NEED an attic?"
I'm really enjoying my mid-season mantel and have a Valentine's crafternoon planned soon for a little more fun:) I LOVE mercury glass so all of this will be staying out until spring and the frosted cranberry wreath from Nana's warehouse that I have coveted,..... well,........ my entire life, will also likely not get tucked away until the Christmas cards do.
So, the pallet-box problem is this, What do I do with it now? While all the holiday inserts would still be quite suitable, the pine boughs are very crispy and less aesthetically appealing everyday.