Toy Organization

Nov 7, 2011 | Around the House, Organization


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One thing I can’t stand is parts from toys and games tossed (and lost) throughout the house.  A while back I started organizing toys into containers.  They are stored high enough that the girls must ask to get them down.  They play with cooking stuff or playdoh or blocks, then we put it back in the container before getting something else out.  It has been a big help in reducing the clutter around the house.

I recently discovered the chalkboard vinyl and decided to pretty up our container labels.  I cut these cute shapes on our vinyl cutter and stuck them on.  I used a Chalk Marker to write on the labels (loved the marker vs regular chalk).

Plus, they are really easy to wipe off and re-label!

Toy Closet Organization

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9 Comments

  1. I totally understand what you mean about toys everywhere and have done the same with my daughter and she knows to ask for the playdoh or crayons and puts them in the box when she has finished.

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    • Just linked up at your party! Thanks for visiting!

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  2. Where did you purchase your boxes?

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    • I got these at Target.

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  3. Hi there

    I am looking to organize my winter closet and saw your site. Where did you discover your chalkboard vinyl and pen?

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    • Meg, I purchased the chalkboard vinyl in sheets and cut them to these shapes. I bought the vinyl and marker from http://www.expressionsvinyl.com/. Good luck organizing!

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