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    Default Storing children's memorabilia

    Hi, where do you keep your kids special memorabilia? Stuff they make at school or Childcare that you have no use for but don't want to throw it away. Where is it kept? Do you have one spot for all of your children or do they have individual boxes or storage spaces? Any tips would be great!

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    I put a selection in plastic sleeves and keep in ring binders, the rest are thrown away.

    A handful of pictures are framed and on the wall.

    Another option is to take photos of them and create a photo book.

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    Very similar, I have a file for DD that I keep certificates & a selection of crafts/paintings etc. I print a bunch of photos twice a year, rotate a couple through frames & put the rest in an album.
    My mum has an album for each of us kids - we all love looking through them so it's important to me.

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    Thanks for this! What about bulky items like Mother's Day gifts of hand prints or photo frames that the make? We have so many of these things the it's hard to display them!

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    I have a plastic tub for both kids that certificates and special projects and reports go into, not fancy but at least things make it in there rather than ok my desk 😏

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    I'm following for some ideas. I just keep ours in a plastic box.


 

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