But anyway, on to this awesome idea and how it connects with getting rid of stuff. Sonny D has some big wooden puzzles that have thick pieces, which makes them difficult to stack on top of each other because they end up in a tippy pile. I pulled out all the pieces and put them in a bag separate from the puzzle bases, but it seems like he doesn't use them at all then since he has to locate and dig out all the pieces from the bag. So I was looking for a solution to deal with this little problem. I've asked Husband Jeff to make a custom puzzle rack, but he has so many other projects and this wasn't at the top of his list.
So after cleaning out our office a bit and getting rid of a bunch of old magazines, we had a few extra cardboard magazine files with no purpose. I saw an idea on Pinterest of taping together shipping boxes to make a puzzle holder (I typically search on Pinterest to see if I can find solutions to my random problems), so I followed suit.
|Inspiration: Priority Mail boxes taped together.|
|My Version: 5 magazine files, taped together|
|With puzzles added.|