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    Everywhere! I have a handmade hair accessory business so dd has a hue collection.
    Right now some are in her room, some on the kitchen bench, lounge floor and in a dolls pram.

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    Bit boring here, but I keep all their ribbons, bows, hair ties etc in a big basket and leave it on the girls vanity. I keep de-tangler and hair brushes in the drawers of the bathroom vanity.

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    I made this organiser for clips and soft headbands. Got the idea from Pinterest.
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    In a sectioned box you know the clear fishing lure type ones.
    You can get them from spotlight, bunnings etc but i buy mine in the fishing section in bigw

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    I have a few large zip loc bags i put them in. 1 for clips, 1 for hair ties and then place them in a basket on the counter on the kids bathroom sink. My daughter is not one to misplace her hair accessories so i don't have to worry too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpsonDesert View Post
    I made this organiser for clips and soft headbands. Got the idea from Pinterest.
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    Omg I love that. Maybe I can get hubby to make something like that.

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    Good morning ladies, good ideas. I don't have many as she's only 11 months old, but I'm sure I'll need something big in the years to come.

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    I have 2 Tupperware Sandwich Keeper Plus' (that I found useless as lunchboxes).
    I have tried drawers, ziplock bags, jars, dishes.... nothing keeps them as tidy as these do.
    Only issue I've had is because they are sealed containers, a few weeks ago DD put a hairtie back wet and the dampness caused mildew on a couple of things. Next time I get some of those moisture sachet things you get in shoe boxes I might chuck a couple of those in.

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    I keep mine in a clear tackle box from Big W

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    Currently a Huggies wipes box lol.


 

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