He Wraps An Empty Toilet Paper Roll In Tin Foil And It’s The Best Holiday Hack I’ve Seen [video]

Christmas time can be an extremely hectic time of year. There is so much to do usually starting with traveling to cooking the most delicious meal or dessert to finding the perfect gifts for your loved ones. It’s wonderful and meant to be shared. There’s a reason the holiday season is the most revered time of the year in America. No matter how much you plan, Christmas time is usually stressful, but if you’re prepared, you should be able to limit what bothers you this year.  Luckily, this video has ten Christmas-themed life hacks for you to simplify your celebration this year.

Scroll through these amazing time-saving hacks that will help you make Christmas time a little easier for you and your family this year!

Do you need some ideas to save time and make life easier during the holidays? This video can help!

In this video, you’ll learn how to:

1. Prevent your Christmas lights from tangling in storage

Grab an extension cord holder and wrap it around it. You might even be able to use something else like a piece of carefully cut cardboard.

2. Make custom festive pancakes in any shape

Easy! Dunk cookie cutters in cooking oil and then fill them with pancake batter.

3. Avoid the challenges of packing tape sticking to itself

An old bread clip is a perfect way to keep the tape from getting stuck.

4. Make custom chocolate garnishes for entertaining

Run a potato peeler over your chocolate bar to create gorgeous shavings. Sprinkles these as a garnish on your hot chocolates.

5. Convert a bag of chips into decorative wrapping paper

This is useful because you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg on wrapping paper. Check it out, though you might want to use this for your kids’ wrapping papers and not for your in-laws.

6. Make custom chocolate garnishes for entertaining

Run a potato peeler over your chocolate bar to create gorgeous shavings. Sprinkles these as a garnish on your hot chocolates.

7. Protect your wrapping paper from unraveling in storage

Just take an old toilet paper roll and cut it in half lengthwise. Then wrap it up in tin foil or wrapping paper and stick it around your tubes of wrapping paper to keep them in place.

Here’s what people had to say about thes holiday hacks:

“the pancake one was interesting. Gonna try that and the chocolate peeling one”

“My local Dollar Tree has boxes with like snowmen and Santa on them and I buy them so I don’t have to try 1,000,000 times on wrapping presents and so I don’t need to waste as much tape and paper”

“I spiral mt lights around an empty wrapping paper roll. I can cut slits to hold the ends and cut them to size for each string. But then I use the mini lights.”

“Can’t find the start of the tape? Use a tape dispenser. You won’t have to put the bread clip/penny back on every time and it cuts itself. Easy, you don’t have to go watching videos to know that. The penny is convenient though.”