Does it ever seem that the smaller the toy, the more the kiddos love them? We’re at our wit’s end trying to corral and contain all the LEGO, Shopkins, clay charms, and doll accessories. We know the unique torture of stepping on a LEGO and never again want to spend an hour looking for Barbie’s lost shoe. To keep all those tiny toys in one place, we offer up this list of storage solutions. Organized, catalogued, and mostly out of sight.
Shopkins Storage Case
When we received this Shopkins carrying case as part of a Christmas gift, we were of the opinion it was one of the greatest inventions ever. Perfect for bringing their collections everywhere they go—from trading events to a friend’s house—this storage case also doubles as a play scene.
Romanoff Tote and Building Plate
Sure, it’s a great storage container for minifigures and bricks, but with the addition of a versatile LEGO plate as a lid, the construction and play possibilities just got really interesting. They’ll build for hours and be able to store all the loose pieces underneath their creation.
Keep clicking to see 18 more Ways to Organize LEGO, Shopkins, and More, and you may never step on a *&$% brick again.
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