A week or so ago I posted about my doll army and the boxes I use to store and transport my dolls. Today I will talk a bit about my small props box and what I store in it. I got mine at Michael's. Not all of my model horse storage solutions are pink, but I am one of those people that will pay a bit more to have pink things (yes, I pay more for all of my pink shipping supplies. Worth it!). I could have gotten a box very similar to this for likely half the price if I wanted to just get any tackle/tool/craft box in no particular color. I believe many years ago I did have one that was just dark blue. My solution was to get a 50% off coupon and get the one I really wanted. Again, worth it. I would post a link but when I looked this up on micheals.com I see that it is on clearance and is out of stock. There are similar craft/tackle/toolboxes (pale pink... I kind of want one) on Amazon among other places. Anyway, a tackle box of this variety is an excellent way to sort and organize smaller props.
The top portion of the box is roomy. I have a large variety of items in here. I honestly am not even 100% sure exactly what I have. I know I have my miniature Barbie dreamhouse, TV, a mounting block, ladder, a bag of micro horses, a smaller props box, a variety of other mystery items and my measuring stick. The measuring stick was one of the best hobby purchases ever.
In my tiny props box, which is kept in the top portion of the box, I keep a variety of food props, including the big bag of candy for my candy race, ice cream I have not yet found a use for, magazines, clipboards, rubber chickens and my flamingo from Lynn. I have a ton of tiny treasures in this box. One day I will lay it all out. I honestly don't really know all the things I have.