How to Organize Board Games
De-clutter your closets with tips from #Walmart Mom Amy. I feel bad getting rid of boxes but they usually break anyway. This may happen soon.
DIY Board Game Storage Unit
Some of you know I'm crazy about European board games. It is the one hobby my husband and I have in common, and we just got back from the Origins Game Fair! WAHOO!! And now you know why I have been AWOL the last week and a half, between family visiting (and gaming), and the game fair (and gaming), and gaming...well, it was a great vacation! But now I'm baaaack! Ok, so I may love a good board game, and I am all about my hubby trading games to build a fantastic collection for our family, but…
10 Game Rooms That Play Nice
When I was a kid we called it the leisure room, the one space in the house dedicated to storing and playing board games, setting up train sets, and where we enjoyed parking in front of our beloved Nintendo NES system. Other neighbors had a card table, billiards table, or ping pong area. In any case, I think every home is a little better…more fun…with a dedicated spot for gameplay, relaxation, and maybe even a little adventuring.
Board Game Craze!
Yesterday I decided to go though our game closet because I knew there were a couple of outdated trivia games, games with missing pieces, or just some that no one played with any more. I ended up getting rid of 12 games...and yet, I was still left with this: Now, in my defense, the ones on the floor are all large floor puzzles with the exception of one game. But still, is this normal?! There are so many fun new games that have come out since I was a kid, so I enjoy getting new ones to try…
8 (Better) Ways to Organize Your Kid's Toys
Pro organizers share their best hacks for a tidier, happier playroom, plus clever solutions for how to store stuffed animals, art supplies, and other awkward items.
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Game Savers keeps family board game pieces and play money neatly organized and safely stored. Perfect alternative for the original flimsy cardboard boxes. No more lost game pieces, dice, or paper money. Always have everything you need to play the game.