Collections: Start One, Display One, Or Contain One

Collections: Start One, Display One, Or Contain One

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Sarah Rae Smith
Sep 7, 2011
Kids and collections are only natural. As their curiosity grows for certain things, it seems the amount of like items in your home starts to grow. Do you have a collection that needs containing? Are you looking to get one started for your little ones? What about displaying them instead of stashing them away? We hunted through our archives to bring you a collection of posts about kids' collections: Collections are great things for children and adults alike. Here's a few tips on getting things started, keeping them in control and cultivating something they'll truly be able to enjoy for a lifetime. • 5 Collections We Still Love To Look AtTraditional Collections For KidsCultivate Cool Collections With Family Field TripsKeep It Strict, Keep It Small: Limiting Collections5 Practical Things That Could Turn Into Collections Cupcake Carrier Turned Collection CatcherDo You Pass Down Family Collections?Inspiration: Big Toy Storage for Big Toy CollectionsGood Question: Displaying a 5-Year-Old's CollectionsGood Question: Storing Kid's Collections The Fine Art Of Rock CollectionsAre Children Hoarders or Collectors?Keeping A Bottle Cap CollectionQuick Tip: Use Magnetic Knife Holders For Toy Car CollectionsLaundry Room Collections (Image: Flickr member Chrissy Olson licensed for use by Creative Commons)
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