If you have a toddler boy, you might understand my toy car overload. Under the couch, in the bathroom, hanging out in doorways — all ready to be stepped on or tripped over. I even found one under our fitted sheet last night. Seriously, where do all of these cars come from?
Here are 5 smart ways to handle the jam-packed traffic beyond dump-able buckets and baskets:
Magnetic Knife Holder 1 of 5An inexpensive magnetic knife holder (like from IKEA) is the perfect way to store your kid's cars. Is that genius or what?
Car Display 2 of 5Lining them on shelves is a good way to get them off of the floor (and out of bucket-dumping reach).
Cozy Car Caddy 3 of 5You can make this car caddy with the easy DIY tutorial found below. Besides being portable, this caddy limits the amount of cars that are out at one time.
Kitchen Canisters 4 of 5Clear kitchen canisters are the perfect storage solution for crayons, figurines and, yes, mini cars.
Vintage Crate 5 of 5A vintage crate (which they added casters to) is the perfect setting for old-fashioned-looking cars. It's also a great option for other well-loved toys like Legos and blocks. The best part? It's too heavy to dump!
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