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Looking for some inspiration on where to hide your Christmas presents? You’ve come to the right place! Today I want to share with you my favourite place to stash Christmas presents and share a load of ideas from other bloggers too. Hopefully, this post will give you some inspiration on where to hide your Christmas presents! Make sure to avoid your shed or car boot as you may not be covered for insurance purposes.
My ultimate place to hide your Christmas is… in a suitcase! No-one would think to look there, I think anyway, and it makes great use of storage you already have in your home going unused. We have two suitcases so one holds Christmas presents, inside the larger one, and then the larger one has some swimming items around the edges. Things such as floats and rubber rings.
Here are the places to hide your Christmas presents from other Money bloggers and a few more tips from me:
Inside the wardrobe
Secrets hidden area at the back of the wardrobe!
In a big box on top of the children’s wardrobes
In a neighbour’s house
At grandparent’s house
Right at the top of some fitted cupboards, and in a hamper stuck on top of another cupboard
Under the bed
Box in the loft
In an office drawer
In a trailer in the garage
In a box in the bedroom in full view of everyone!
A laundry basket or the tumble drier
In the shop until Christmas Eve
A secret drawer filled with items bought throughout the year
Thanks to those who contributed to this post: Time and Pence, Your Money Sorted, Mum’s Savvy Savings, Emma Drew, Money Saving Girl , Mummy Vs Work, Household Money Saving, Much More With Less, Futures, Lotty Earns, Melanie’s Fab Finds, The Frugal Cottage , Savvy In Somerset , Debt Camel
Also – don’t forget to hide the wrapping paper when you hide your Christmas presents! You don’t want the children seeing that you have the same wrapping paper as Santa! Thanks to The Complaining Cow for this one!
I hope this post has given you some great inspiration!
Be sure to check out my top 10 ways to save for Christmas. You’ve still got time to make some extra money!