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Boon Animal Bag Stuffed Animal Storage

Updated on November 4, 2014

Do your kids have an entire plushy sub-culture living in your house? Do you lose your child in their own bed because of this cute plush invasion? Yeah, we totally feel your pain. Herds of free roaming plush toys are the agony of every parent! You have a cute little bundle of joy & before you know it their room is filled with these plush nightmares...then one day you turn around & they are everywhere in the house, your car & even in your bed! What can a parent do? You can't throw them away or your child's head would explode, throwing them in a pile takes up floor space & the dog just ends up buried in there sleeping....So what can a sane person do? Containment!

We found the perfect product for you! A Boon toy storage bag is designed just for all those mutant plush animals your kids adore. Once it's full they can sit on it or lay on it & it's great for containing Tons of those stuffies. it comes in 4 colors (orange, teal, grey & purple) so surely you can find one that matches their space. Aside from making your life better the kids will actually Love this thing. They can easily stuff it themselves & zip it closed. It measures 24" X 22" X 12" when it's fully stuffed & it has a see thru mesh on the top so they can see their friends...but it's super thick & kid proof. Basically this thing is just awesome!

Prince Lionheart Jumbo Toy Hammock
Prince Lionheart Jumbo Toy Hammock

Even the corners can be used to defeat those fluffy toys!

 

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Dreambaby Toy Chain
Dreambaby Toy Chain

Still need to clear out some floor space? This one hangs!

 

This is the bigger version with 3 pods shown.

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      Kathryn Grace 

      4 years ago from San Francisco

      It seems like every adult gets carried away with the cute factor and gifts newborns and toddlers with plushies. What a great idea for keeping them handy but out of the way. Now if only they would make an organic cotton or bamboo version.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 

      4 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      What a fun way to store the plush animals and toys!

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