When redecorating her little girl’s bedroom, Charlene from My Frugal Adventures knew she wanted to update the toy box. It was several years old and basically just a plain white box. Charlene jazzed it up by painting the toy box a soft pink color and then adding her daughter’s name and little vinyl stars. Charlene […Read More]
Now that the presents have all been unwrapped are you wondering where you are going to store them all??? Desiree from Camelot Art Creations made this rolling storage bin to corral all the toys that threaten to take over her living area each day. The beauty of this piece is that it allows her children to be accountable for cleaning up themselves since it requires simply throwing the toys into the crate. Desiree built her crate for free using pallet wood, but if building’s not your thing, you could also doctor up an unfinished crate from the craft store.
Yesterday I shared the apothecary version of Ana White’s 20-Second Tidy Up Coffee Table. Well, here’s the original that features one large trundle drawer that makes toy cleanup a snap. Would you believe it only cost Ana about $50 to build and a couple hours of time? Would you believe your living room floor could […Read More]
Have you been on an organization kick like me? I can’t seem to put away a Christmas gift without reorganizing the whole closet, cabinet, drawer, etc. Kara from June & Bear anticipated the onslaught of new toys Christmas would bring and created a “cheater’s version” of Serena & Lily’s rolling storage crates. Kara scored a […Read More]
If you have kids, you may find yourself drowning in toys this morning. Natasha from Little Pink Monster created her own rolling crate that’s a perfect emergency toy storage solution. One of the crates Natasha got from the thrift store and restored during an afternoon nap. It’s that easy! Natasha brought the same “pop” to […Read More]
Jaime from That’s My Letter followed Ana White’s plans to build this absolutely amazing toy box for her daughter’s new room. Jaime never ceases to amaze me with all her building and creating. The girl’s got talent! Little Miss Lily’s stuffed friends now have a stylin’ new home! Jaime was inspired by the Turner Toy […Read More]