As a busy mom, toy clutter is my nemesis. I've found that the best way to tame the clutter is for everything to have its place and make sure the kids understand the storage system. This makes for an easier clean-up time. "Everything has its place, and everything is in its place" is my motto. Clean-up is smoother and faster and the the kids are more likely to help.
We've found ourselves drowning in toys lately with birthdays and holidays, but with spring cleaning around the corner, it's time to tackle the toy clutter. Here are 8 clever ways to organize those toys.
First, start by cleaning out the broken, outgrown or just not-played-with-anymore toys and donate or toss them. Then you can get a better idea of what toy organization options will work best for you.
How cute is this magnetic toy storage option for matchbox cars! We found this idea via Keeping Up With the Souths. This keeps their cars and trucks on display so kids can find exactly the car they want without dumping out a whole bin of cars all over the room.
These over-the-door shoe storage containers are a perfect and budget friendly option for Barbies and other small dolls and toys.
Turn your board games into cute wall decor with this DIY tutorial from Consumer Crafts. This would be so cute for a playroom or family room.
Puzzles are always fun for a rainy day but they take up so much space in those big boxes. One Creative Mommy has a hack for saving space with her puzzle organization.
Use painter's tape to make parking spaces for all those bikes, scooters and ride-on toys in the garage. Organizing Junkie even created picture labels for kids to show which vehicle goes in which spot.
My kids have so many stuffed animals. This DIY stuffed animal zoo from The Thrifty Couple is a perfect and cute addition to a kid's room!
This nerf gun wall is a great and simple idea! Get the tutorial over at Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
Dress Up Clothes
Are you handy with some tools? Check out this cute dress up storage option from Craftiness Is Not Optional. It's simple but cute! This would work for princesses or super hero costumes!
What other ways have you found to organize your kids' stuff?