Proper home organizing is the key to a clutter-free home. I grew up with things having their proper places. My mother would always remind us which goes where and to return things where we got them. I’ve carried these lessons to adulthood and now I pass them on to my children.
Just pull the drawstrings and everything is packed in the toy sack without wasting time on finding that little piece. Please note that the swoop bag doesn't close completely. The more weight in the toy storage bag - the better it closes.
Having two toddlers mean constantly picking up after them – clothes, toys, and other things. I’ve slowly introduced them to the hamper but toys are a different case. We have no proper storage for them. So I went on to search for DIY storage projects and I found something I really liked – a toy cinch sack that I can easily sew.
I loved making the sack! I chose bright colorful fabrics to make it fun. Now we don’t have to worry about stepping on toys anymore. They’re inside these beautiful toy cinch sacks that hang on a wall.
- Sewing Machine
- Measuring tape
- Fabric scissors
- Fabric cutting board
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If you want to learn how to sew a toy cinch sack, watch this video.