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this is a fab thread it has given me lots of ideas for my daughter although we are very short on space but am thinking one or two of these ideas are worth a try my daughter loves colours of lights we have hung some christmas multi lights in her room way up high so she cant reach them and she stairs at them for ages
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anyone used tube lighting at all?? xx
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Im going to make this post a sticky because i think there are some excellent tips?
Ive also heard rope lighting and also starcloths on the ceiling are a good call!
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I've bought loads of my sons sensory toys and stuff from The another website...very reasonable.
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another website are highly recomended from many people i know!
Ive also noticed that Poundland are doing a lot of smaller items such as little squiggly balls the handheld ones with all the bits on of you know what i mean Big Grin
So maybe worth a look if you have a store local.
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