I have shared about my love and hate relationship with boxes. Why, oh why do children’s board games come in cardboard boxes? They end up looking like this.
If ever I am a board game designer I am going to make the boxes out of titanium, so 3 year old boys who want to jump on them can’t destroy them.
All the little Memory pieces fall out and I find them under the toy box, in a truck, in the puzzle bin, or with the crayons. It drives me bananas. I am always trying to come up with creative, yet durable ways to store Isaac’s games.
I have showed you this idea but didn’t think it worked as well for Memory. After I picked up Buzz Lightyear for the one beeeeeelionth time I decided I was done with the box. Goodbye to you!
A much better way to store Memory dontcha think? Maybe I should contact Milton Bradley and tell them my Uh-mazing idea. Maybe it will be my million dollar idea, haha! If anything I can sleep tonight knowing that Buzz and Woody are in their home and I won’t find him with the crayons in the morning.