If you’re a parent, you’ll know how stuffed toys seem to both miraculously multiply and migrate to every corner of the house. They’ll even sometimes make a break for freedom and somehow manage to get as far as the yard! They also have a habit of taking up an enormous amount of space. But try convincing a child to donate some of those toys and they’ll look at you as though you have three heads. Suddenly, every toy is their ‘favorite’!
In most houses, floor space is at a premium so a storage system that will allow toys to be kept vertically makes lots of sense. Better still, it’s a great way to teach youngsters how to keep things organized so that they always know where to find what they want.
You’ll need these materials:
- 2 pcs of 1x2x8 Lumber
- 4 pcs of 1x3x8 Lumber
- 100 ft Rope
- Wood Paint
- Screw Eyes
And these tools:
- Drill – with a drill bit set
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Thanks to The Keeper of Cheerios for this great project. You can get the step-by-step instructions here…
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