We are always looking for new ways to enjoy our favorite fairy, Tinkerbell, in our everyday lives. A pretty picture, a figurine or a tote bag with Tink's picture in color print on the front are all very nice and my stash of Peter Pan collectibles grows with each year, but collectibles require wall shelves, bookcases and before you know it you're out of room to display your precious items to their full potential.
What fun is it when our friends come over if we have to dig our collections out of a cardboard box in the closet for them to admire? The best approach is to located themed Tinkerbell collectibles that take the place of less important pieces that are necessary such as Tinkerbell lamps or decorative Tinkerbell theme accessories.
Rotate your collection so it will always seem fresh and new to your visitors and keep the wall shelves high enough so that the children won't be tempted to play with them like dolls. To make up for keeping expensive breakables out of reach, buy your kids some inexpensive Tinkerbell bedding, lamps and accessories that you don't have to be so careful with.