This giveaway is now closed. The winner is #81 Alishia!!
We have a special Christmas tradition in our house that we started way back when my kids were little. Each year I buy them a new Christmas tree ornament based on something that was memorable to them during the past year. Whether it’s soccer, ponies, Star Wars, or Lego my tree as you can imagine, over 15 years and three kids, now looks like a tree straight from a Hallmark store :) Each year my kids love pulling out their ornaments and putting them on the tree. They are the first ones to go on and the trip down memory lane is always a huge hit.
After so many years though, those ornaments started to take up an awful lot of room. I originally intended to keep all the original boxes however I couldn’t afford the space. Then I did away with the boxes they came in and moved them all to storage boxes, sorted by kid, wrapped in tissue but I still always worried that one would get broken stacked on top of one other like that.
Then SpaceSavers helped me find the PERFECT product for such a task as this. They sent me one to check out and I can already tell it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. It’s a Snapware Snap ‘N Stack Christmas Ornament Storage Box.
Three rows + three kids = awesome! Plus each row is divided with cardboard dividers to keep each of the ornaments separated and safe in 16 equal sections. I will still have to double up a couple of spaces but otherwise this is ideal for my needs. Or if I want to I can easily add another row because they all just snap together. I really love Snapware, some of you may even remember its also how my son stores his Pokemon collection :)
Obviously I can’t show you it full of ornaments because they are all on my tree, but you get the idea.
To win a Snapware Snap ‘N Stack Christmas Ornament Storage Box from SpaceSavers of your very own, please leave a comment on this post, prior to Sunday, December 16th at 4:00 pm PST, telling me one of your favorite holiday traditions. Open to US and Canadian residents and winner will be selected using random.org.
Good luck everyone!