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Shower Toy Storage

Who wouldn't want to have this cute bathroom toy container?  Who wants to spend the money on it?  {Not me!}

Here is how I created a perfectly cute, usable, and cheap toy storage basket to use.  I got two baskets for a buck, and so I used one for this project, and the other is in the kiddos room.  So the project cost is just 50 cents!








Not as cute as the frog with suction cups, but very cost effective, LOL!  And as an added bonus... if you use your shower/bath for adults and kiddos... this option keeps the kiddo level of cuteness in control.

Linking up with...
Sew Cute Thursdays at Between U and Me
Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Chic Cottage
Strut Your Stuff Thursday at Somewhat Simple
Thrifty Thursday at Saved By Love Creations
Thrifty Thursday at Thrifty 101

Comments

  1. I love the basket idea! Thanks for the nice comment! have a wonderful day!

    Lauren

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  2. What a great idea!
    Thanks for stopping by, I'm following you now.
    Freebies 4 Moms
    http://casinofreebies3.blogspot.com

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  3. haha! Such a simple and obvious idea... I wouldn't have thought of it though! I love it. :) Smart thinking! You should totally link this up at my Weekend Review Linky Party because I know others would love the idea too. Cheap and smart! I hope you are having a great day!
    http://humblehomemaking.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi
    I am a new follower from the Thursday Blog Hop
    I blog at www.tammileetips.com
    Tammilee

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