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    Default Costumes....storage

    My DS loves his costumes ...
    What do you do with them how do you store yours he has so many....lol

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    We have cube units in our boys rooms, all their costumes fill a couple of the boxes.

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    We got a kids sizes coat rack type thing that I hang DS's costumes on and the chunky things (think fire extinguisher and stethoscope) go in a draw in his ikea storage thing.

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    We use a big blanket box for all the kids dress up clothes

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    We use a kids hat stand from ikea

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    We are so boring, we just store them in a big plastic storage tub which sits in the wardrobe, we bring it out about once a week as some of the costumes have feathers and create a lot of debris around the house. :-/

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    I literally just bought this kids cupboard from ikea on Monday so DS could store and reach and put back all his costumes and accessories !
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    DS and DD have quite an impressive dress up collection. DH made this for them a couple of years ago. It's in the playroom at home (that's my artistic creation on the wall behind the dress up box.) The idea is the dress up box has sides that fold out that have adhesive mirrors on them so the kids can look at themselves. The accessories get put in the bottom of the box, the hats are in the bucket next to it. They also have a toy bucket each in their room for dress ups.

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    They are littered in his bedroom, although I do have coat hangers for them. DD insists on hanging hers up.

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    My kids have their costumes hanging on a wooden towel rack, with hangers. The extra special ones hang in their rooms on their curtain rods.


 

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