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    An old suitcase under the bed works for me.

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    Ds are only 4and 2 so normally just in the spare room in boxes or in cupboard.
    When they get older my idea are- in the roof (not a trampoline obviously!)
    In the shearer a huts, although the kids play there a bit so prob not a good spot
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    Within my/dh clothes in cupboard or linen cupboard. Only little presents would work.

    Things ds has found in the past I've told him it's not for him but his cousin and thus far has believed me and not realised when i give it to him.

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    Plastic tubs in the garage

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    Ours go in the sewing room - it has a dicky door handle that the kids can't open.

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    A large zipped bags that get from those $2 shops hidden behind so old clothes in my cupboard.

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    When I buy them. I hide them in my cupboard
    Last edited by BlackhandBag; 15-12-2015 at 22:40.

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    I bring home wrap in brown paper and write on the back just a childs initial somewhere so i know who its for then store in top of my cupboard where the kids could never reach

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    when I buy them. I would like to layby but have heard so many stories of items getting lost.
    We have just moved house so they are currently in the boot of my car all wrapped. I jave no idea where to hide them

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    Always take them straight home. Last year all went into the roof, this year they went in a couple of nappy boxes up on the top shelf in the study. They are getting a swing set this year so that was a bit tricky but nothing a huge roll of black builders plastic couldn't solve around the side of the shed๐Ÿ˜Š

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    My mum used to hide ours in suitcases that we had in the shed


 

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