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Any tips to keep games and puzzles organized?

My niece loves to play games and put puzzles together. For every birthday or celebration, she asks for games or puzzles. Her mom is going crazy, though, because their game cupboard is overflowing. Is there a good way to organize games and puzzles? I'm hoping to share any suggestions with my sister-in-law and help her corral my nieces collection.  
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Put the puzzle pieces in a large freezer bag.  Cut the picture out and include it in the bag. Use the slide zip bags.

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Eloise in Dallas, TX
July 10, 2018

the best storage for board games in underneath the beds!

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Tammy in Vinita, OK
June 28, 2017

Just don't wait until the boxes are torn up. Put packing tape on the boxes corners so they don't get messed up sooner than later. That will help to keep them from getting worn and falling open and loosing pieces. 

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Puzzles that the niece has worked many times you could glue down on cardboard put in a frame and hang. Games I would put the oldest and least used games in a closet or basement or donate

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User in Chicago, IL
Jan. 29, 2017

Nice to meet you Damita

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User in Eutaw, AL
Jan. 29, 2017

Try using the plastic dresser drawer for her puzzle/game project collection, zip lock bags helps also

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User in Chicago, IL
Jan. 29, 2017

organize a separate room someone to play

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