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15 cures for your toy hangover

posted by Sarah on January 23, 2012 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • http://www.s-renee.com/blog Stephanie

    Thanks for all the great ideas!

  • Beth

    Thanks for the shout out on my Lego storage! This is a fantastic post!

  • http://www.JustPlainJoy.com Just Plain Joy

    I just came across your blog from a link on Unclutterer. I love these ideas, and especially the pictures.

    Here’s a link to pictures of basket storage I use in my daughter’s room. I rotate her clothes and toys, so I keep these up and out of the way. They have little hanging tags that label the contents so I don’t have to pull them down to know what’s inside.

    http://www.justplainjoy.com/2008/12/14/sundays-super-simple-solution-more-baskets/

  • Renee

    Last Fall, I took part in the “Toy Cure” on Apartment Therapy / Ohdeedoh, and I’ll probably plan on doing it a couple times per year from now on.

  • SarahButtonedUp

    Renee – that sounds like fun! Thanks for letting us know about it.

  • http://blog.aboutone.com/ Tara

    I am totally going to check out that Elfa system from the Container Store. That is right up my alley.
    Our biggest toy issue is having too many. There are toys in every nook and cranny of our house. We’ve been weeding them out, but it’s a slow process.

  • SarahButtonedUp

     Tara – you’re not alone in having too many toys. That’s the constant battle at our household too. Especially with two different-aged children. You don’t want to toss a toy that your older one has grown out of but that your younger one doesn’t quite play with yet… It’s just a balancing act. And storage bins help!

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