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Instead, why not think about displaying them in a different way, or upcycling them into something entirely new like one of the pretty displays shown below?

Don't have any old ornaments to spare but still want to make one of these projects?

Here are three quick #holidayhacks, to refresh the Christmas decor sitting in your storage bins!

Our kids are always taking down our Christmas tree ornaments and playing with them. I fondly remember making our “skiing Kermit” ornament ski down mounds of laundry, blankets, and pillows.

We all have stressors during the holidays and this month the Michaels Makers were asked to come up with creative and fun holiday hacks and tips to help relieve some of that stress and make holiday entertaining and prepping fun!

We were given 5 common holiday hiccups to choose from and I went with updating your old holiday decor. I like buying stuff, haha, but I don’t like spending money.

Christmas ball ornaments can be used to decorate your hanging chandeliers year-round, or can simply be placed in a clear glass bowl for a simple yet elegant table centerpiece.

Depending on whether or not you want any of the original color to shine through the fabric, you can decide on sheer or dark fabrics.

I tried this out with a variety of fabrics and really love how the tulle turned out the best.

As much as I’d love to, I can’t go out every year and splurge on new Christmas decor.

If I’m going to have a new look, I’m either going to make it or I’m going to repurpose what I have.