Stuffed zoo toys are fun to play with while educating kids about the environment, animals, and their surroundings. Also, you can get stuffed animal zoo toys affordably. Thus, you can gift kids with hundreds of these toys.
And this brings us to the importance of proper storage for these toys. So, how to make a stuffed toy zoo storage? You can use a cardboard box, adhesives, and fabric to prepare the storage space quickly. Plus, you can decorate the storage with animal stickers, bold colors, and paintings.
Isn't it interesting? Well, it's time to unfold this fun activity and see the steps to make a storage space for your kid's favorite stuffed toy storage.
Making a stuffed toy zoostorage can be a fun and exciting DIY project. Indeed, both adults and children will enjoy the process. It can also be a great way to encourage kids to keep their toys organized and tidy.
Before you begin the process, you must collect all the necessary storage-making materials. It will help you kick off and finish the DIY zoo toy storage project soon. You will need the following:
Large cardboard box
Craft knife or scissors
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Plastic mesh netting or wire mesh
Toy animals or stuffed animals
Fabric or felt
Once you have organized these materials, follow our instructions.
First, choose a large cardboard box. It must be big enough to hold all the toys of your kids. The box should also be sturdy enough to hold the weight of the toys. Plus, consider its flexibility so you can add any decorations to it.
When you have got the cardboard box, it’s time to prepare it. Afterward, you can paint the box to give it a unique look. You should start by cutting off the top flaps of the cardboard box. You can use a craft knife or scissors to cut the box.
Then, cut a large rectangular opening on one of the longer sides of the box. It will be the front of the toy zoo storage. So ensure that it's large enough to allow you to keep the toys in comfortably.
Now, it's time to unfold the Picasso in you. Be creative with drawing patterns, paintings, or anything else you want to store the baby toys. You may use acrylic paint and paintbrushes to decorate the cardboard box.
There're many alternatives to painting the box.
You can paint the box as a zoo or use bright colors. It makes the DIY project more fun and interesting for kids.
Alternatively, you can add texts or patterns, or animal figures. Also, let the kids paint their favorite objects on the box.
After finishing the painting, let the paint dry completely. It will take approximately 1 to 2 hours. Also, avoid using chemical paints as they can cause suffocation to kids.
Cut a piece of plastic mesh netting or wire mesh. It should fit over the rectangular opening on the front of the box. This will be the “cage” for the stuffed animals. Well, jokes apart, this mesh will be the door of the storage for the zoo toys.
Carefully attach the mesh to the cardboard box using a hot glue gun. Ensure it moves freely so kids can access the toys.
Cut strips of fabric or felt. Afterward, hot glue them onto the top of the cardboard box. It will be the roof of the toy zoo. The roof will help to hide the toys and make the storage look more finished. You can organize the felt or fabric in different patterns for an engaging look.
Now, store the toy animals or stuffed animals onto the mesh netting or wire mesh. You can arrange them to look like they are in a zoo. Alternatively, you can organize them with their heads poking out of the "cage."
You can indeed get creative with the placement and have fun with it!
Add decorations to the toy zoo storage to make it more interesting for kids. You can add paper cutouts of trees or plants or use foam or construction paper to make animal signs. You may even paint paws or animal tracks.
Use animal print fabrics or felt to cover the top of the storage box and make it look more like a zoo enclosure.
Cut out and glue on animal silhouettes around the sides of the box. It adds an extra jungle-like vibe.
Use pipe cleaners or wire to create vines or branches. Then hang these vines over the sides of the box. Finally, keep the toy monkeys or birds on them.
Use bright, bold colors to make the storage box stand out. Also, it adds a pop of fun to your child's room.
Add paper leaves or vines to the top of the box to create a jungle feel.
Use animal stickers or stencils to add a personalized touch to the box.
Overall, making a stuffed toy zoo storage can be a fun and easy project. Plus, it adds a touch of whimsy to your child's room while organizing their toys. As you prepare the stuffed toy zoo storage,
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