Here are the links that go along with the Kids Keepsake Memory Bin DIY Kit! The remaining items will be arriving in the mail shortly.
Some tips to help you get the most out of your keepsake bin:
- Fun things to keep: writings, artworks, important tests, school pictures, newspaper clippings, projects, anything that shows a milestone in development!
- Things that you don't need: permission slips, school notices, mail, bills. If it wasn't created by your child or personalized for your child, you probably don't need to save it.
- If you struggle with what to keep versus toss, fill the folder generously throughout the year and do a folder edit right before school starts each fall. After collecting many items throughout the year, it may become more clear to you what is worth keeping and what you can let go of when you have it all in front of you at once. The important things will jump out at you and the rest can fall away.
- If you choose to store your bin in a closet or other hidden area, think about keeping just the current years folder easily accessible in your home so you remember to save those precious memories.
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