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How Do You Store Your Tama Collection?

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Mine are in a series of storage bins. I'm so original. XD

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I keep mine in a plastic bag along with all my Deko Pierces. I'm thinking of transferring the Deko Pierces to a box soon and getting a second box for the Tamagotchi.

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I keep mine inside a shoebox sized plastic storage tub, on top of my desk, underneath the pencil boxes that hold my Neopets cards and spare Pokemon cards. I keep a baby Furby on top of those to keep watch of them ;) I don't keep the packaging that I've saved in there though, I keep that in a random drawer somewhere. If my collection gets much bigger though I'm going to have to upgrade to a bigger box.

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What I would love to do is be able to have a shelf dedicated to just Tamagotchi, so I can display them all at once, but I don't think I'll ever get there since my room is so full. :P

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I'll keep mine Tama's in a little green basket, but it's a little too small by now for my collection ^_^

 

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Now I can't close it anymore, so I'm looking for a little dresser for my collection.

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I usually keep mine in a blue basket but I'm trying to find another lace to put them. This Topic is actually giving me some ideas on better places to store my tamas. ^_^

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I don't think my response was sent, but where does everyone get their really cute, girly, Japanese boxes for their tamagotchis? I see them all the time in collection pictures but never know where to buy from... Any help??

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What do you mean by Japanese boxes?

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Maybe like a Hello Kitty tin box? Or something cute like that

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For the Tamas I'm using I have a thumbtack that I pushed into the headboard of my bed (I know, bad idea) then I can check on them at night. When they're not in use or batteries or out I keep them in an old Sephora makeup case, and each Tamagotchi is put in a little old jewelry case. Yano those tiny boxes you get for necklaces from JC Penny. Yep, them :)

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An old picture (one more storage bin since it was taken) but basically where my collection rests. At one point, I'd love to buy proper display shelves with glass, and have them nicely laid out.

 

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I keep mine in small plastic totes in the safe. Each one is bubblewrapped.

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I keep my tamas in a little green box with the tamago figurines and a handkerchief thingy, and they camp out there during the school term.

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I keep my gotchi figures, ds games and unopened tamas on a shelf, but my opened tamas live in the bottom half of a plastic egg box... For travelling, if I'm just brining one tama (and it's not a Tama-Go or a TF) I use a clear hard plastic glasses case, otherwise I use a cute little panda face bag.

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This topic is great! I store them in a drawer now but this has given me some ideas! I think I'm gonna make a special cartboard box to store them in :) Keep posting pictures you guys!

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Right now i have my tamagotchis in a few decorative boxes, wrapped in and separated by tissue paper, i have no idea how to crochet and i'm not the best at knitting but this thread has inspired me to at least give making a little knit pouch a try!

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