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Toy storage

toy storage

I like to use the clear plastic totes that sheets and comforters are sold in for toy storage – they are clear so kids can see what is inside, they zip securely shut, and they usually have some sort of handle to be carried about with.

MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

4 thoughts on “Toy storage”

  1. Laura, thanks for pointing out the PVC issue. An awful lot of toy bins (and toys, bibs, etc) are also made with PVC, so the average household is already full of this product. Not that this justifies adding another PVC product to the mix.I’d love to hear what you’ve done to create a low-PVC home.

  2. Laura at Wild Parenting

    So cute and handy.But! But! The PVC! These never stop off-gassing, much like conventional shower curtains.

  3. What a great idea! I’ve used these bags to hold my craft projects, but I’ve never thought of storing toys in them.

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