This ingenious storage cube — now $13 off — will keep your Christmas tree ornaments safe and sound

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Our Christmas trees, the presentation of our Christmas trees, amount to something like a family's fingerprints — no two are alike in the number, color schemes and selection of ornaments. Though their specific arrangement varies from year to year, taken together our ornament collection amounts to a statement: "This is what Christmas looks like in our home." It's a wonderful, warm feeling that stamps the holiday season with that all-important feeling of home.

Unfortunately, every year, that feeling is often preceded by a bit of heartbreak, when we open up our not-so-trusty box of holiday decorations and find some of our tree ornaments scratched or even shattered, crushed under the weight of all the other Christmas regalia we hastily packed away in early January.

Well, this post-Xmas, QVC's giving us a reason to celebrate with the Honey-Can-Do Ornament Storage Box, a brilliant solution to an all-too avoidable problem. And there's literally no better time to get yourself one than this Xmas–New Year's week.

Honey-Can-Do (Photo: QVC)
Rubik's got nothing on the genius of this cube. (Photo: QVC)

Another reason to snap up one of these now? It's currently on sale for just $37; that's $13 off its regular price.

Shop it: Honey-Can-Do Ornament Storage Box, $37 (was $50), qvc.com

This products is sheer genius in its simplicity: It's a cube featuring 120 honeycomb-esque compartments, each a nestling pod for your precious balls, baubles and figurines. They're adjustable, too, meaning you can fashion extra-roomy spaces for your grandest ornaments and smaller ones for your more diminutive pieces.

Made of polyester, PVC, cardboard and fabric, the Honey-Can-Do surrounds your ornaments with cushioning while keeping them dry and safe from jostling. It measures 22.5" x 18.75" x 20" and features fabric handles on either side so that you can easily — and safely — bring them down from the attic or up from the basement every year when the yuletide season beckons.

And at just $37, this is both a great buy and an investment; think of all the money you won't have to lay out down the road replacing ornaments that didn't survive their off-season hibernation. More than that, though: You'll never again have to suffer the heartbreak of losing a favorite tree decoration, whether it's a precious, pricey heirloom or just an piece that's held sentimental meaning for you.

Shop it: Honey-Can-Do Ornament Storage Box, $37 (was $50), qvc.com

Honey-Can-Do (Photo: QVC)
You can comb the internet all you want; you won't find a better ornament-storage system than this Honey. (Photo: QVC)

"I ordered this ornament cube after many years of frustration with the crushed original boxes [my] ornaments came in," related one (now) happy shopper. "Thank goodness! I waited until i got it the other day to take down my tree. It's pretty large. Easy to put the inserts in and quite sturdy. I had a lot of room left so i didn't add the top 2 shelves and inserts. I laid them flat on top of the other 2 rows i assembled and that gave me room for my tree topper, skirt and Christmas knick- knacks. I'm very happy with this much needed purchase."

That's right — the Honey-Can-Do Storage Box an even accommodate your tree topper. It's a Christmas miracle!

Shop it: Honey-Can-Do Ornament Storage Box, $37 (was $50), qvc.com

The review quoted above reflects the most recent version at the time of publication.

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