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    niccig is offline Clean Sweep forum moderator
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    Default Storing stuffed animals

    DS has a huge garbage bag of stuffed animals on the top shelf in his closet that heís not ready to part with. I want to find a way for them to take up less space on the shelf. Maybe in space saver bags??


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    I think that's the only way you can keep all and make it take up less space.

    If I can tie any stuffed animal in anyway to a holiday, it goes into storage with the holiday decorations. We have stuffed animals that make a once a year appearance at valentines, easter, st. patty's, christmas, etc. They're happy, get a couple of weeks of hugs and memories, then go away and it keeps the daily collection very manageable. But I really make any connection I can. My kids have fall birthdays so random stuffed animals their grandparents gave them for their birthdays when they were babies go in the fall box.

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    Update: I used the space saver bags and then put the bags in a big comforter storage bag - itís a big square cube with handles, so I can move it off the shelf when I need to get to something. I know the bags will expand eventually, Iíll just keep sucking the air out or get new bags.


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    If youíre not wedded to storing them on a shelf, consider the Boon bags for stuffies. You can gain a bean-bag type chair and store the stuffies. They come in lots of colors.

    Boon Animal Bag Stuffed Animal Storage,Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004OR1DXI..._sMgzBbA554CF4


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    We use Boon too! Love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    We use Boon too! Love them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123LuckyMom View Post
    If youíre not wedded to storing them on a shelf, consider the Boon bags for stuffies. You can gain a bean-bag type chair and store the stuffies. They come in lots of colors.

    Boon Animal Bag Stuffed Animal Storage,Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004OR1DXI..._sMgzBbA554CF4


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    Thatís a good idea! DS already has a beanbag, and he wants to keep the stuffed animals, but not in sight, heís 13.


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    We have this bean bag for stuffed animals DS wants to keep. He didn't have one and it fits right in the corner of his room perfectly!

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...e?ie=UTF8&th=1
    mom to DD1 (16), DD2 (13) and DS (8)

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