• Jill

    Idea for Kid Toy Storage: Colorful Buckets - a dollar at Michaels or the dollar store. Poke a few holes and connect with zip ties

  • Carrie McCarthy

    Play Room: Toy storage - Get 10 buckets, drill little holes and add zip ties.

  • Tally

    OH my gosh. Buckets - $1.00 at Michaels. Drill a few holes and connect with zip ties. Great for kids rooms and play rooms.

  • Coralea S

    Buckets - Drill a few holes and connect with zip ties - don't click the link - it does NOT take you to a tutorial, but this looks like a fun toy storage idea for the playroom

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