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#1 of 6 Old 12-03-2005, 01:34 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My daughter has a baby doll and I lucked into a stash of used doll clothes and accessories that I am giving her for Christmas. Is there any secret to organizing doll clothes, other than dumping them into a big basket?
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We have a 3 drawer plastic cart we use in dd's room for her dolly clothes (got it on clearance at Target ) first drawer is dolly's accessories, middle drawer is dolly's clothes and bottom drawer is dd's dress-up clothes.

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When I was a kid I had a whole dresser just for doll clothes! Another option might be clear plastic pocket shoe holders.
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Great ideas. Thanks!
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We have a little wooden doll dresser that was my Mom's. All dolly clothes have to go in there...or else!
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Let me say first that I have only boys, so I'm speaking with little, if any expereince here, but...

What about a small, lightweight suitcase or backpack? The doll could travel inside, too, as need be. If the case had some divided sections, all the better.

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