Children’s Game Storage

Have any of you wanted to pull out your hair, or the hair of your children, at the game boxes they thrash?

It seems like a lot of linens come in these little plastic zippered cases. I can never throw them away and have collected quite an assortment of them.

Every single one of Isaac’s game boxes looks like this…

So I took out the cardboard packaging and used it as a template to cut out the Cootie Bug front and back cover…

I put the cardboard back in place and added a Ziploc bag inside to hold the tiny pieces and dice. Ahhhhh….much better. I no longer fret over thrashed boxes.

My goal is too do this with many of his boardgames. If only they made them tall and rectangular for Chutes & Ladders and Candyland.