Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

One of the most important paperwork in your home is medical paperwork. And it’s likely the most confusing, right? While I can’t claim to decode medical terminology and insurance billing, I can help get these very important pieces of paper organized so that they’re easily accessible when you need them! A medical binder is essential for each member of your family and so easy to put together.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

As many of you know, Joe & I got a new member of our family last winter: a very energetic doberman puppy! Reagan had an overwhelming amount of vet appointments in her first couple months of coming home to us. Being totally new to doggy illnesses & lingo, I was constantly confused and definitely wasn’t getting the most out of our vet appointments. Adding to my confusion, we changed vets after a couple months and my new vet had lots of questions that I couldn’t remember the answer to. After months of feeling like an awful puppy mom, I needed a solution.

Not only is a medical binder great for each PERSON of your family, it can easily be adapted for the animals in your family! In it, you’ll find:

  • all medical bills & paperwork
  • an overview of each doctor (vet) appointment
  • important contact information and insurance numbers

I take Reagan’s with her to all her vet appointments.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!Supplies:

The first step is to decide HOW you want to label the folder tabs that will hold medical bills, notes and paperwork for each appointment. A couple options:

By Date: For Reagan, I opted to have one tab for each month. This may be a little overkill for many of you. Reagan was going to the vet almost every two weeks, so having all her records sorted by month was really helpful. As she gets older and has less appointments, I’ll plan adjust the tabs to quarterly. Within each month’s tab, I put ALL vet bills and any paperwork I receive from the vet, and medicine instructions.

By Type: In addition to having your paperwork sorted based on WHEN the appointments happened, it may be helpful to sort some of the paperwork based on a particular situation. For example, all Reagan’s paperwork (vet bills and all documents) for her spaying go in it’s own tab regardless of which month the appointments took place. This could be a good way to also organize medical information for people surgeries 🙂 !

By Insurance: If you’ve transitioned insurance companies recently, you may want to keep your information stored based on which insurance provider was covering the medical expenses.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

I used a combination of these folder tab options when creating Reagan’s binder. Here’s how I created her folder tabs:

Months: As I mentioned above, I’m starting out sorting Reagan’s paperwork based on month since she’s had a lot of vet appointments lately. As she gets older (and hopefully less prone to finding herself at the vet), I’ll likely switch these to quarterly or even yearly for the older paperwork.

Spaying: We’re getting ready to spay Reagan and our vet supplied us with LOTS of informational pamphlets. Since this is a big surgery, I like keeping all this information (plus corresponding vet bills) in its own tab. All the paperwork will be sorted based on date within the ‘spaying’ tab for easy access.

Notes: From time to time our vet supplies us with handouts on good-to-know puppy information. Instead of pitching it and promising myself I’ll remember it, I store it in the ‘notes’ tab.

Breeder: Our breeder gave us a packet of information when we picked up Reagan (AKC registration, lineage info, etc).

Instructions

Making Folder Tabs: Using my decorative label dicut punch, I punched out enough dicuts for the number of tabs that I want in a variety of colors.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

My absolute FAVORITE organizing supply is my Epson portable label maker. There’s even an app so I can literally label on the go 🙂 . Life. Complete. I printed out a label for each of the tabs using their clear label tape on black ink.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

I adhered each label to the top half of the dicut. Next, using scrapbooking tape (regular scotch tape would likely work fine), I placed two pieces of tape on the bottom quadrants of the dicut.

Using a full size (8 1/2 by 11) card stock paper, I turned the paper sideways (landscape) and taped the dicut in the middle. In effort to make it even, I chose not to eyeball ‘the middle’. Instead I measured out the half the width (which is 5 1/2 inches) and made a small mark. Don’t worry the mark won’t be visible as you’re putting your label right over it!

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

I really LOVE using these clear reusable envelopes, as they’re easy to grab and throw in my bag without taking up a lot of space. Realistically I knew I wouldn’t carry around a 3 ring binder in my bag. Using these clear thinner envelopes really makes these medical binders PORTABLE! (which was the goal!)

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

After putting all the folder tabs in the envelope, I went through the huge stack of Reagan’s medical paperwork. I placed each document in the appropriate section.

As I sorted through all the paperwork, I filled out this Doctor Visit Tracker. The goal was to be up to date documenting all Reagan’s appointments. I found that having one sheet listing all her appointments (and some basic details) was incredibly helpful. This sheet goes right in front of the folder tabs for easy reference.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

The final item added to Reagan’s medical binder was the Important Information Card. As you probably guessed, this card lists important information that I may need when making appointments and talking with the vet. It includes Reagan’s birth date, Breeder information & contact information for our vet.

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

Any time we’re off to the vet, this binder comes with us!

Now if someone could just teach us how to read those insurance bills 🙂

 

Keep all your family's medical bills organized with this easy to make portable medical binder. Even fits in your purse to take with to doctors appointments!

 

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In December Joe & I picked up our 7 week old little doberman girl, Reagan, a couple weeks earlier than originally planned. Fortunately we had done a lot of preparation so we were ready for our adorable (and WILD!) bundle of joy! Here’s our top 10 things that we did to prepare for a new puppy!

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!Here’s our top 10 tips to prepare for a new puppy! 

1 Location location location | Decide where all the puppy stuff is going to go. For example, where will your puppy sleep? Where will you bath her? Where will you store all the supplies? Where will her food bowls go? We actually tested out a couple of locations for the food bowls to find a spot that would work!

2 Dog sitter | We took a look at our vacation schedule to decide if there were any trips that we could bring Reagan with us as opposed to others where we would need to get a puppy sitter. We found some great folks to watch Reagan on Rover.com.

3 Puppy classes | My dog training classes have young puppy classes as early as 8 weeks. We found that it was well worth the money to get her in to a puppy class right away as opposed to waiting a couple months. This way we’re encouraging the right behaviors from the beginning. I also had NO idea how to train a dog.

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!

4 Off limits rooms | You’ll want to decide what rooms, if any, are off limits. We opted to make the bedrooms off limits or now, possibly allowing at a later time. For us it was easier to only give Reagan partial access to the house. We had to get disciplined with keeping the bedroom doors shut at all times as Reagan has a nack for getting in to things that she shouldn’t!

5 Off limits furniture | On a similar note, will any furniture be off limits? We decided that beds were absolutely off limits, but our family room couch was OK. In fact the family couch is the only ON limits piece of furniture that Reagan is allowed on. Admittedly we initially we against letter her up on the couch, but changed our mind a month in 🙂 .

6 Find a vet | We spent some time researching vets near by to find the best option for us. We not only found a vet but also a dog emergency room that was close by our home. Make sure to call your chosen vet is accepting new patients!

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!

7 Schedule | Joe & I sat down to create a daily schedule of puppy duty. Remember that your new puppy is going to need pretty much constant attention. We alternated evenings & mornings AND overnight duty. For the first month or so Reagan needed to be taken outside in the middle of the night so one of us would set an alarm to get up.

8 Puppy food | We reached out to our breeder ahead of time to find out what type of puppy food she will be eating when we pick her up. Even if you want to switch food, you’ll need to have some of their current stuff on hand so that you can make that transition smooth and over the course of at least a week or two.

9 Make a list and check it twice | Before we bought ANYTHING, we compiled a list of everything that we thought we needed. Then we showed a couple of our dog owning friends. Sure enough these friends had some great suggestions to both add to and take off our list.  I made my own list of rather surprising puppy supplies that I would have never thought we needed!

10 Shopping | A couple weeks before we brought home Reagan, we did all the shopping at once. This was more efficient, but also helped us not go crazy buying unnecessary puppy items.


 

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!

 

 

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!

Some of the links in this list are affiliate links. It doesn’t cost you any extra, but I earn a little commission if you decide to purchase. Regardless of whether or not I receive a commission, I only recommend products that I personally use and genuinely recommend! Thanks for helping support this site!

 

Before bringing home your new pup, take a look at our list of the top 10 steps to prepare for a new puppy to be as prepared as you can be!
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It’s no mystery that being a mom is a tough job, but I don’t think I ever really appreciated all that they do. It took me getting our new puppy, Reagan, to START to understand what my mom went through raising me. Yes, I realize that raising a dog isn’t the same as raising a child, but if it’s ANYTHING like raising a child, my mom deserves a drink!

Speaking of a drink …. JaM Cellars is a great easy-to-love everyday California wine, because moms know that wine could be needed every day 🙂 . Follow JaM Cellars on Facebook and Instagram for daily wine-spiration, just when you need it the most!

I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

Here’s my top 10 ways raising a puppy can be like raising a child

Potty training | Now I know it takes longer for kids to become potty trained, but, hey, at least there’s diapers. Before Reagan was pooping outside, she preferred to go on only our expensive rugs. Heaven forbid she poop on the cheap ones I was about to replace. I guess I should appreciate her good taste?

Kids hiding things from the parents | Just like parents of teenagers, nothing gets past puppy parents. No Reagan can’t lie to us directly to our face, but her body language says it all. It’s amazing how she’d inadvertently lead me right to the poop in the corner of the kitchen or the chewed up scrap booking supplies in my closet (I cried for days over that one).

Kids not appreciating all the nice things their mom buys for them | Reagan definitely didn’t appreciate the not one, but two, different beds that we bought her. Or maybe she appreciated them too much, because she likely digested half of them.

I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

Worrying about the foods you’re feeding your child We had Reagan on a very special and overpriced diet that included cooked rice and pumpkin. It got to the point that I realized I was spending more time making Reagan’s food than Joe’s. Too bad for Joe because EVERYONE in the family then started eating rice for dinner!

If you’re nodding your head right now, you deserve a drink! Grab a glass (or two … no judgement here) of JaM Cellars Butter Chardonnay. It lives up to the name!

Kids growing out of their clothes before they even wear them | The picture below was Reagan’s winter coat that she only wore two times before she outgrew it. Why on earth are dog clothes SO expensive? I know what you’re thinking. You’re one of those owners who puts clothes on your dogs. In my defense, dobermans are very sensitive to both hot and cold weather, which brings me to …..

Panicking over the littlest things | Like the time we thought Reagan was drastically dehydrated. We even tried to get her to drink water using an eye dropper. Apparently after a $1,000 trip to the emergency room we found out that she just wasn’t thirsty. Expensive lesson.

I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

Babies sleeping in the master bedroom | For the first month Reagan’s cage was in our bedroom so that we could watch over her. We even rearranged the lamps in our room to ensure just the right amount of evening light so that she wouldn’t be scared of the dark. Having her in the bedroom also meant that we couldn’t even get up to use the bathroom at night for fear of waking her up. Because waking her meant …..

Crying | I know I know baby crying isn’t like dog wining, but ahhhhh. Puppy wining is pretty awful. We would even put water bottles with hot water inside wrapped in a sock in to her cage at night. It was supposed to mimic the feeling of sleeping next to her brothers and sisters. What did we learn? Apparently she didn’t like sleeping next to her siblings.

Sleepless nights | I would often hear from coworkers about their lack of sleep the previous night because their little one kept them up all night. Let’s just say that my coworkers didn’t seem to have the same sympathy when I would tell them the same story with my puppy.

I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

This is to all the puppy moms who found themselves with a glass of wine!

And to all the moms of children, YOU definitely deserve a drink 🙂 .

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I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

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I thought puppies were supposed to be easier than kids! Being a mommy to a puppy has made me drink for ten different reasons.

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Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

If you walk in to any pet store, you’ll immediately spot out the basics – cage, food, leash, toys, etc. The stores are filled with everything you could possibly need for your new puppy! And a lot of things you could probably live without 🙂 . Prior to bringing home our little doberman girl, Reagan, I scouerd the isles off all the local pet stores trying to decide amongst the zillions of products that all seemed necessary to a new puppy mom! Fast forward 2 months I realized that there were a several surprising puppy supplies I wish I would have had prior to bringing her home.

Click on any of the images below for details on the product.


Now here’s why I chose each of these …

1 Old towels for bedding | We initially purchased a comfy bed for Reagan, which she promptly chewed right through! Embarrassingly, the switch to towels didn’t occur until she had destroyed TWO beds. Once she gets a little older, and a lot less destructive, we’ll move back to giving her a real bed. For now, the towels are working pretty well.

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

2 House training door bell | Our dog sitter recommended this after babysitting Reagan shortly after we got her. The concept is that your puppy will literally ‘ring the bell’ when she has to use the bathroom. Surprisingly Reagan caught on to this so quickly. The consolation was that the bell rings so often that I think I hear it in my sleep! I chose to get the white one to blend in to our door so it wasn’t SO noticeable.

Training Clicker | Per the recommendation of our puppy training class we purchased a couple training clickers and kept them by our sides at all times. It was a lot of work at the beginning, but repeatedly ‘clicking’ for good behavior expedited her training. Similar to the doggy door bells, I can also hear ‘clicks’ in my sleep!

4 Harness | Reagan was a stubborn little puppy right from the beginning so her collar just wasn’t enough. The harness was SOOO incredibly helpful in training her to go on walks.

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

5 Water gun | I think Joe & I had a little too much fun with this one! We used the water gun to help train Reagan. She’d get a squirt every time she jumped up on the counters & beds. She got so much water that it almost counted as a bath!

6 Lots and LOTS of poop bags | Although I don’t know how many diapers a newborn baby goes through daily, I’m convinced that Reagan could rival any baby with her poop bags. I was pleasantly surprised that this one also came with a dispenser to put on her leash for easy use.

7 Baby gate | Probably Reagan’s least favorite item on this list, but it was a life saver. We opted for both a dog pen (below) and a simple baby gate for our stairs. Reagan did chew the wood baby gate a little, so a metal one might have been better. Yet for the cheap price, I’m still glad I got the wooden one.

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

8 Basket for toys | Puppy toys are now consuming our entire family room! We tried to store these in a nice cotton basket, but Reagan assumed the basket WAS the toy and chewed completely through it. I then opted for an old popcorn tin that I transformed into this fun DIY project.

Long leash | I really appreciated that we purchased this long leash early on before Reagan was old enough to go to a dog park. We would take her to open field areas and let her run around, letting out some of that puppy energy. I know that a lot of people take their puppies off leash, but I just get too nervous that Reagan will run. Everything and anything catches her eye and distracts her. (last week she went CRAZY barking at a plastic bag blowing in the air 🙂 ).

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

10 ‘Smart’ toys | When I first got Reagan I had NO idea what a smart toy was. I mean I’m not planning on sending Reagan to Harvard or anything. But apparently a smart toy is one that will keep her entertained and stimulated for a while. Regardless if she gets any smarter, I’m down with that!

11 Puppy Coat | In Seattle not only is a winter coat essential, so is a rain jacket 🙂 . Joking aside, dobermans are somewhat sensitive to cold weather and Reagan would shiver when outside at night so a puppy coat was worth it. I got a bigger size for her as she’s growing like crazy and I new she would grow in to it before the season was over (she also actually grew OUT it during that season too!).

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

12 Rope toys | We held off on giving Reagan bones while she was a puppy as she had a lot of tummy problems at the beginning. I had no idea the hour and HOURS of tug of war I was in for with these toys though!

13 Food storage container | Although not absolutely essential, I liked putting her food into a clear storage container as opposed to having the bags and bags of dog food sitting around. Whether storing the food in the kitchen or in a closet, it just looks better in a plastic container. This one also came with a food scooper too.

14 Food bowl tray | After using a cheap flimsy mat to put Reagan’s food on, I ended up purchasing this tray. It was much more sturdy and had higher sides to prevent all the water spills that Reagan makes! Once I noticed our wood floor starting to warp from Reagan’s play time (aka – eating time), I knew we needed to switch to something more durable.

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

Now for a RARE glimpse at Reagan quietly napping 🙂 .

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

Any other surprising puppy essentials that I missed?

 

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

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These are all the pupply supplies I WISH I had before we brought home our new puppy! Read on to be more prepared than I was :)

 

Make sure to check out this list of surprising puppy supplies before your new puppy comes home! Make sure to check out #5!

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Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

As many of you know Joe & I got a doberman puppy, Reagan, in December and although we are absolutely in love with her, I’m NOT in love with the mess a puppy can bring to a home. As someone who cleans her baseboards regularly, I’m adjusting to have ‘dog dirt’ (as I call it) in my house at all times. We’re also learning just how much energy puppies have and might be hitting a world record in time spent playing fetch. This all equates to lots and LOTS of toys! Walking in to our family room likely resembles a dog store at times as we toss anything to Reagan to keep her entertained.

toy storageMy dad sent us a huge container of Garretts popcorn for Christmas which brings back awesome memories as I used to live next door to a Garretts store in my Chicago days. You can’t tell from this picture, but our favorite flavor is the cheese! Reagan was trying to chew on the tin as I was taking it out to the garbage (Joe & I devoured it in less than a week), which made me realize that it would be a great toy storage container! Yes, she may like to chew on it, but because it’s metal, she can’t actually destroy it as she has other baskets. With a couple craft supplies and a cute label, this would be a sustainable storage solution for Reagan’s toys.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

Supplies for Toy Storage Container:

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Since I do a lot of arts and crafts, I had everything in my craft room (aka – tiny storage closet) minus the labels. Before I even started the project, I cleaned out the container really well. That popcorn smell can linger!

Now the Garretts popcorn tin design, although cute, definitely wasn’t the look I’m going for 🙂 . Enter spray paint. Using painters tape, I taped the top ring of the container to create a nice line where the spray paint would stop. The inside of the container is silver, a color that would go nicely, so I opted NOT to spray the inside.

I laid down a couple broken down cardboard boxes outside our front door to create a space to spray paint the tin. Two light coats were enough to cover it completely. I can’t emphasize LIGHT coats enough. There’s a couple spots that I was a little (a lot) too aggressive with the spray paint. When that happens, the paint clumps up and doesn’t dry flat.

I’m obviously still learning the virtue of patience and less is more! I let the tin sit at least 1 hour in between coats. I probably don’t need that much time, but spray painting a second coat on top of wet spray paint can look REALLY bad.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

While I was letting the paint dry (literally), I started on the labels. I use Font Bundles to get these really cute font styles. Personally, I like these better than the standard ones that Microsoft has. I went a little overboard one weekend and relabeled my laundry detergent (and my blog). I opened up a Microsoft word document and typed out the wording I wanted to stick on the tin.

‘Reagan’s Toys’

I then enlarged the words to the biggest font size I could get. Now before you go crazy and make your font a size 500, take a moment to measure your container to ensure that you won’t run out of room with your labels. I should have taken my own advice because I didn’t have enough room for the s on toys, so my container reads “Reagan’s Toy”. Let’s just say that this dog definitely has more than ONE toy!

After printing out the labels, I cut out each of the letters. Since I used a cursive font, most of the letters connected to each other; sometimes I cut them apart (see the R in the photo below) to make it easier to cut out. The nice thing about using clear label paper is that no one will notice if you cut outside the lines.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

Once you’ve got all your letters cut out, simply peal off the paper on the back of the label and stick away! I didn’t use a ruler or anything to keep my letters even around the container as the popcorn tin had a ridge on the top that I followed. If it hadn’t I would have likely used a ruler & a couple post-it notes to measure and mark where the labels should go. I like using post-it notes instead of a pencil mark so that I don’t have to try to erase it.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

Once you’ve got the labels attached, it’s modge podge time! Modge Podge will act as a great sealer to the spray paint and labels. This is essential as Reagan’s nails would have completely scrapped the labels and paint off. With the modge podge acting as a protective cover, Reagan can attack the tin as much as she wants and nothing gets damaged. It’s been a while since I’ve used modge podge, so there was a moment of panic when I started applying it. It doesn’t look great at first. But DON’T freak out like I did. Remember, it’s a glue. It goes on white, but drys clear.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

From popcorn to puppy toys. Who would have thought??

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!I really liked that I could ‘customize’ this toy storage tin to the color scheme I wanted (white), but also had the cute font on it for a punch of DIY. I can easily tuck this tin away next to our couch. Reagan is slowly learning to accept this storage solution after spending the first two days aggressively barking at the tin.

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

Let’s just say that Reagan was not as excited about this new storage solution as I was. Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

Now if I could just teach Reagan to PUT her toys in to the container 🙂 .


 

 

Some of the links in this list are affiliate links. It doesn’t cost you any extra, but I earn a little commission if you decide to purchase. Regardless of whether or not I receive a commission, I only recommend products that I personally use and genuinely recommend! Thanks for helping support this site!

 

 

Clean up those puppy (or kids) toys easily with this fun and stylish DIY upcycle toy storage solution by reusing a popcorn tin!

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