How to Hang Stuffed Animals From a Chain in a Baby's Room

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How to Hang Stuffed Animals From a Chain in a Baby's Room
Keep your stuffed animals neat and organised with a toy storage chain. (illuminated stuffed teddy bear image by Donald Joski from Fotolia.com)

Stuffed animals are a popular baby gift, but you may find that you have no idea where to store them all as you set up your nursery. While larger stuffed animals can be attractively displayed on shelves or chairs, make use of vertical storage by hanging smaller stuffed animals from a plastic toy chain with clips. While the clips may be difficult to reach and use for toddlers or young children, they provide an easy alternative to toy boxes when your child is a baby.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Toy storage chain with instructions and hardware
  • Stuffed animals

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Purchase a toy storage chain, available online or at many stores with a toy department.

  2. 2

    Choose the location in your child's room where you want to hang the chain. Most chains are six feet long, so be careful to choose a safe location where baby cannot pull on the chain or use it for standing. Never hang the chain over a baby's crib or bed where it would present a strangulation hazard.

  3. 3

    Assemble and hang the chain according to the product directions with the included hardware.

  4. 4

    Squeeze one of the included clips attached to the chain to open.

  5. 5

    Insert a small part of a stuffed animal, such as the ear, between the open edges of the clip.

  6. 6

    Release the clip to close and hold the stuffed animal.

  7. 7

    Repeat for all other stuffed animals. Be careful not to exceed the maximum weight stated on the toy chain product information.

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