Storage Solutions

January 22 40% Off Bamboo Storage Box, Was $20 Now $12

Posted by on January 22, 2016 at 5:45 PM 40% Off Bamboo Storage Box, Was $20 Now $12I’ve gone by many names throughout my life, but one of the ones that make me the proudest is “Queen of Organizing”. I’m always on the lookout for something that will make storing and sorting easier on a day to day basis, and this classy bamboo storage box is exactly what I’m talking about! Originally $20.40, you’ll be saving $8.41, at a total off 41% off ! Neat storage solution for only $11.99.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t put a price on organizing, but even if I could, this is an amazing deal! Though the website advertises it as a tea box, my brain is thinking of a million different ways to use it! Read the rest of this entry »

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January 18

78% Off Under The Bed Paper Rope Basket – Now $12 @ (EXPIRED)

Posted by on January 18, 2016 at 12:28 PM

78% Off Under The Bed Paper Rope Basket   Now $12 @ (EXPIRED)

We all need storage solutions to tidy up the place and put away all those extra pieces of clothing, toys, and more we acquired over the holidays. I found this Honey-Can-Do Under The Bed Paper Rope Basket with Handle and Lid (blue) on sale from $55.99 down to $12.40. As all the other coloured baskets are $44+, I knew this was a hot deal!

This is a fairly sizeable basket: it measures 23.5″ by 15.45″ and is 6.5″ deep. It comes with a lid and handles so you can easily drag it out from under your bed. The space under the bed is often neglected, but it really makes a great storage place for summer clothes during winter, winter clothes during summer, extra blankets, and more. Anything that can fit into a 6.5″ deep space can fit under your bed in this paper rope basket.
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January 11

Rubbermaid Storage Sale: 28-pc Sets only $8.88, 40-pc Set Only $12.88 @ Walmart

Posted by on January 11, 2016 at 4:00 PM

Rubbermaid Storage Sale: 28 pc Sets only $8.88, 40 pc Set Only $12.88 @ Walmart

Rubbermaid is the queen of storage sets for your kitchen, pantry, crafts room, kids’ lunch kit, and more. They produce a variety of sizes and styles of storage containers that can be used for everything from macaroni to crayons. I found a selection of sets on sale at Walmart Canada: there are two 28-piece sets on sale for $8.88 each and a large 40-piece set on sale for $12.88.

Let us start with the great big pack – the ultimate in storage for the best price. The Rubbermaid TakeAlongs 40-Piece Food Storage Set is on sale for just $12.88 – a phenomenal price for a set this large. The 40-piece Rubbermaid set comes packaged in a large 3.3 litre Cleverstore plastic storage box. These TakeAlong containers have Quik Clik Seal lids – the lids click in place so you know the contents are secure. The lids also have ridges for stacking together when in use and not in use. The bottoms – containers – have graduation marks so it is easy to measure the contents. Read the rest of this entry »

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January 11

Thomas & Friends 2-In-1 Toy Box With Art Board Lid Was $90 | Now $53 @ Sears

Posted by on January 11, 2016 at 1:00 PM

Thomas & Friends 2 In 1 Toy Box With Art Board Lid Was $90 | Now $53 @ Sears

Does your child have too many toys and not enough places to put them? Then check out this Step 2 Thomas & Friends 2-In-1 Toy Box With Art Board Lid on sale at Sears Canada. Originally $89.99, the toy box is now on sale for $62.99. Use the $10 off coupon code 941612528 to bring your child’s toy box down to just $52.99. Choose in-store pickup to avoid outrageous shipping costs. You can pick up at your local Sears store or outlet for free – there are over 1300 locations across Canada.

This is a two-in-one toy box as the lid doubles as an art board. You can take the lid off the toy box and your child can sit it practically anywhere to colour. They can also doodle on the lid while it is on the toy box – thus decorating their own toy box or leaving messages for others to keep out.The Thomas & Friends toy box comes in Thomas colours with Thomas decals. The storage box will match the Thomas the Tank Engine Toddler Bed if you have it. Read the rest of this entry »

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January 10

Staples Canada: Up to 56% Off Storage Solutions

Posted by on January 10, 2016 at 1:00 PM

Staples Canada: Up to 56% Off Storage Solutions

Staples Canada is throwing a storage sale for all your organizational needs. if you have a few too many new additions to the household thanks to Christmas, save up to 56% on a new set of drawers, boxes, shelving system and more from Staples Canada. I know that the sale says ‘up to 40% off’ but you can even see from my very first item that there are higher discounts you can grab. Staples Canada: Up to 56% Off Storage Solutions

The best deal – in my books – is the sizeable Really Useful Boxes 31L File Box, Blue on sale from $16.99 down to $7.48. The smoke colour is an extra $3 per box and the red isn’t even on sale. These large boxes can be used for nearly anything you could dream of: toys, canned goods, files, spare bedding, stuffed toys, LEGO, and more! Read the rest of this entry »

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March 26

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

Posted by on March 26, 2015 at 8:00 PM

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

Spring cleaning has started at my house already. While I like to be organized, I could spend a small fortune in small bins and containers. Magazine holders are a storage container that can be made of cardboard, metal, plastic or sometimes even wood. These inexpensive containers usually cost only a few dollars at the dollar store. You can spend an extra buck or two more and find many stylish options at IKEA. Depending on the project, you can also make your own magazine holders out of cereal boxes following this tutorial from Crafty Journal after you raid the recycling bin. Make your containers even cuter by covering them with fabric, pretty paper or comics.

Create A Mail Storage System

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

Check out this mail rack on Lifehacker from user kazmataz. Using only a simple shelf, a few wooden IKEA KNUFF mail organizers and some wood stain, she created an awesome fixture to stash mail and other small items by the door.

Store Your Potatoes and Onions

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

I used to have a special wood box that kept my potatoes and onions organized, but it broke. I think I spent $40 on that box. Check out this idea from Mimi’s Crafty World to store your produce in metal mesh magazine holders. With a see thru container, you are less likely to end up with wrinkly potatoes you forgot about.

Hide Your Eyesore Modem

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

Your modem is a necessity, but they sure can be ugly on a shelf. Use a magazine holder to hide the eyesore just like they did at Design O.C.D. with very little effort. The box is open on one side and it should allow airflow to keep your router cool while looking chic.

Store Your Craft Supplies

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

If you like to DIY, it is very likely you have some spare craft supplies around. Storage containers geared at crafters can be pricey. I love this storage idea for yarn from Laughing Purple Goldfish using magazine holders. Even better, this could work for paper or scraps of fabric.

Organize Canned Goods In Your Pantry

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

If you are like me, you dig through the pantry looking for tomatoes and end up with a can of beans instead. Check out this perfect storage idea from PB&J Stories. Use magazine holders to organize your canned goods so you can locate them quickly and effortlessly. You can match your kitchen’s personality by recovering the outside in a pretty pattern.

Store Tea In A Corner Shelf

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

This tea and herb shelf using the Ikea wooden KNUF is a great idea. Check it out on Ikea Hackers. You could use this corner shelf idea for K-cups, spices, or any other small item storage.

Storage Inside A Cabinet

7 Clever Ways To Repurpose Magazine Holders

The Simple Life and Home mounted these containers on the inside of their cabinets to store long boxes such as aluminum foil and plastic wrap. You could use screws or even use command hooks for a removable option. This would work equally as well mounted in your bathroom cabinet to hold your curling iron or flat iron.

Bargainmoosers, what else besides magazines would you store in a magazine holder?

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March 3

5 Cheap Strategies To Curb Kid Clutter

Posted by on March 3, 2015 at 8:00 PM

5 Cheap Strategies To Curb Kid Clutter

If you have a kid or three, you may be experiencing a bit of toy and kid clutter around the house. I thought I had just cleaned out the toys before the holidays, yet every few days it looks like hurricane kid hit my living room. When our home gets so crazy we cannot see the floor, it means we lose items like hats, toys, books and that camera cable I meant to put away. We end up replacing items that are already in our house. Items also tend to become broken, which can add up to big bucks in replacements. Use some of these strategies and you too will stop wasting money on replacement items.

Bins, Bins, Bins!

Decorative bins and boxes are your best friend when trying to curb clutter. Bins are great for toys, and can be used for a variety of kid items. The secret to bin storage is keeping the categories broad so toys can be picked up quickly when playtime is over. My dear mother thought she would simplify my Barbie dolls when I was a kid, by placing similar accessory items in plastic bags. I found it such a hassle to sort each accessory type into the bags that I stopped playing with the dolls.  The alternative of leaving them in a pile on the floor was not an option with my mother (love you mom!). I know my parents spent a fair amount of money gifting me Barbie dolls they thought I would enjoy.

In contrast, one of the bins for my daughter’s toys we have simply named “stuff to take care of baby dolls.” In the bin, you would find a random assortment of clothes, bibs, play diapers and anything else that is used to take care of baby dolls.  I find that by keeping the bin categories broader, my daughter finds new ways to use them together and we can find them. You can pick up inexpensive bins at the dollar store or another discount store to help you get started on the cheap.

Utilize Under The Bed Storage

5 Cheap Strategies To Curb Kid Clutter

Under the bed storage is some of the least utilized space from speaking to friends. Buy a couple of slim containers such as this GIMSE bin from IKEA for $12.99 to take full advantage of this space. Under the bed is where I store extra clothing I have purchased on discount, but is currently too big for my child. Stashing these clothes under the bed in a slim but long bin helps me to see quickly what I have already purchased for the coming season. This also helps keep me from over purchasing clothing, as I have limited the amount of space for storage. By keeping everything together, I can keep the bins accessible but still slide it out of the way quickly. This storage space could also be used for extra linens, towels, storage for kids crafts to be saved and more.

Store Toys Up The Door

Use over the door shoe holders, such as this Whitmor version on, as a cheap inexpensive toy storage. This type of storage is particularly great for small toys such as cars, action figures, small stuffed animals and Barbie type dolls. Check out this post from Organize Your Stuff Now for a great example of small action figures in a shoe holder. Eva here at Bargainmoose even mentioned she has used one of these shoe storage containers to keep the whole families mitts and hats in one place.

I like using clear plastic versions specifically for toys that have many small parts so my kid can find the accessory they are looking for.  It is much better to have those tiny toys find their way back to the back of the door then to destroy your vacuum.  It also means less times you spend replacing  a specific Minnie Mouse or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle that has been lost… somewhere….

Create A Drop Spot Near The Front Door

5 Cheap Strategies To Curb Kid Clutter

A drop spot can hold a variety of items from your car keys, your purse, your kid’s book bags and the cookies you promised to bring in for that potluck. Creating a drop spot right by the front door ensures you will have everything together in one place. You will also spend less money replacing items on the go that you forgot at home. A simple small table or a few hooks by the door completes your space. DIY On The Cheap has a great basic example that includes a bench, some hooks and a basket for shoes. If you are handy with tools, they also give plans to build a the bench featured. Once you have your set-up, simply drop anything you need in the drop spot the night before or in the morning as you are preparing for the day. Save the last minute trip to the store for the replacement snack and use your drop spot to remember everything you need.

Toy Rotation

Extend the interest in your kid’s toys by rotating a few in and out of the play space. First find a small storage space that is somewhat hidden away from the kids such as a closet or a corner of the basement. Every few months pack up some of the toys from the bottom of the toy box and place them in your storage space. At the same time, you can rotate in a few new toys into the play space to keep things interesting. Fewer toys out all at once means less overall toy clutter.

Bargainmoosers, what do you do to curb the kid clutter?

(Image Credit: Sharon Drummond)

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January 15

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup: Save $10 @ Kelseys, $20 @ Party City, 20% Off Storage & More

Posted by on January 15, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup: Save $10 @ Kelseys, $20 @ Party City, 20% Off Storage & More

We have a great new batch of printable coupons for you to take a look at this week saving you on all sorts of items.  Save on home storage, groceries, beauty items and even party supplies.

Here is a look at some of the coupons you will find:

These are just a few of the great printable coupons posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.  We add new ones daily so make sure to check back often. You will notice therre are a lot of grocery type coupons this week, which is great for your grocery budget.

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