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  • Deborah Timmons

    Individualized "Crap baskets". When you find someone's crap lying around the house, you put it in their individual baskets and then they have to empty it by the end of the night. GENIUS! **great idea for organization

  • Angelica Kowalchuk

    Individualized Crap baskets. When you find someones crap lying around the house you put it in their individual baskets and they have to be taken up with them and emptied by the end of the night....and if its not emptied, maybe the crap fairy will come during the night and steal their crap. Such a good idea!

  • Mabel Metschan

    Art Individualized Crap baskets. When you find someones crap lying around the house you put it in their individual baskets and they have to be taken up with them and emptied by the end of the night....and if its not emptied, maybe the crap fairy will come during the night and steal their crap. organizing

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Great Idea - "Crap Baskets" during the day as you find things, place them in the basket. When the kids are on their way upstairs, they take their "crap basket" up to their rooms to be put away. Saves you climbing up and down the stairs all day long.

dragon wings! great for boys that have to attend Princess parties. Lol.

Crap Baskets. Every family member has a basket with their name on it. Crap that's picked up around the house is tossed in the Crap Basket. There's also a tutorial for making a staircase gate. This blog is awesome.

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Stuff Buckets {for all the stuff your kids leave out}- my parents did something like this! So smart!

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Crap Buckets - Don't really need these right now (yet) but I bet my mom would have loved then when we were in high school!

An Angami handmade basket hanging upside down. These types of baskets are traditionally used by the Angami tribe, (largest ethnic group of Nagaland, India) and are worn on the back with the weight being carried mainly by the carriers head, using the headstrap. Image credit Rita Willaert.