10. Don’t forget about that pile of papers that the kids need to build boats, trucks and more. At the Picket Fence made instruction bins from hanging wall baskets.
11. Hang mini figures on the wall with Mondocherry’s printer tray display.
12. Take the kids’ Lego on the go with Cherished Bliss’s travel box. Comes complete with baseplate and enough Lego to keep them out of mischief!
13. Upcycle an old plastic container into Lego storage like Obseussed did.
14. Cut two holes for storage tubs and glue down baseplates like A Little of This did. So clever and very practical!
15. Use this easy method from A Soft Place to Land – keep the Legos together in a press and seal baggie.
16. Pop a few pieces (or more) into Friendbe Workshop’s Lego-shaped storage bin.