Frugal Toys: Stuffed Toy Net

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, May 21, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: The toy hammock by Lance McCord, on Flickr
Make your own net which will match with your decor and hold all of baby's stuffed toys.

Just cut out a triangle of strong, stretchy fabric measuring about 1 metre by 1 metre by 1.4 metres (or 40" x 40" x 60").

Tie each corner of this triangle tightly to a metal ring, and suspend up in one corner of your baby's room with hooks screwed into the wall.

Fill with all those toys!

Thanks to Catherine for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Photo credit: The toy hammock, by Lance McCord on Flickr"
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Image: ToyTech Teddy Hammock Toy Storage Net - Holds 15 to 20 average size animals.

Shopping Suggestions:
Jolly Jumper Jumbo Toy Hammock
Prince Lionheart Multi-Purpose Toy Hammock
ToyTech Teddy Hammock Toy Storage Net

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