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How much arts & crafts stuff do you have for 4 yr old, what is it & where do you keep it?

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Trickymoments Tue 23-Aug-16 13:40:33

I am trying to declutter but I am finding it hard as we just have so much stuff & not enough room to put it!

My DD is 4 & likes colouring and cutting & sticking, playdough etc. She does most of this kind of thing at nursery but we still have quite a bit at home & I just don't know the best way to store it.

Can anyone share what they do please?

Trickymoments Tue 23-Aug-16 13:43:43

We also have a box of paints, tubs of beads for necklace making, about 1000 colouring books & sticker books. She doesn't do any of it that often at home as i work but I just feel like I should keep it all to give her the option if she wants to. We just have so much clutter & stuff that hardly gets used!!

Sammysquiz Tue 23-Aug-16 14:17:23

We have one of these trolleys from Ikea and keep all craft stuff in it. I have lots of little tubs on it for pens, stickers, glue etc.

Trickymoments Tue 23-Aug-16 18:34:01

Sammy that looks a great idea but I wouldn't have room for the trolley.

Any other ideas welcome

Needfinsnow Tue 23-Aug-16 18:40:32

Keep ours in plastic boxes under her bed / under tab
E her dolls house is on. All paints in one. Brushes in a zip lock bag in there, playdough and cutters altogether in another (etc etc) my dd is 5 now and we do tons and tons of art and crafts and live in a tiny flat. I do draw the line at multiple colouring books though!! I chucked away toms recently, half done etc. Tore out any untouched pages / sticker pages which are in a folder to take out with us (for meals out etc). She has about 5 books left. Just trim the excess...half used paint that's gone dry etc..bin it! Or we often pour odds and ends into one tube for a mix up colour!!

SisterViktorine Tue 23-Aug-16 18:44:42

We also have the under-bed type storage boxes. Used to have two but I have recently consolidated it into one.

It's on a shelf not under the bed though.

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