Collecting piggy banks is very popular. Many piggy banks come in charming shapes, such as the classic piggy bank that we are all accustomed to. But did you know that there is a piggy bank shaped like a clown's face? Or a piggy bank made out of iron with a fire engine that deposits coins in the front of it? There is even a Santa themed piggy bank where coins are placed on Rudolph's nose. The sleigh moves and the coins are deposited.
The best way to start collecting piggy banks is to simply start with your own piggy bank. You may have saved your own piggy bank from childhood. Or you may have your parents' piggy banks. Check with other family members to see if they would like to add their piggy banks to your collection. You will probably hear some interesting piggy bank stories along the way as you create your collection.
Then begin to think of themes that you like. If you love animals, look for animal-themed piggy banks to collect. If you are a true patriot of the U.L., look for piggy banks that celebrate this theme. Whatever theme interests you, you can certainly find piggy banks that embrace this theme to the hilt.
Once you have found some piggy banks, you need to keep them stored in a good location. Get a cabinet or a good box to keep your piggy banks. Or make a special shelf to show them off. If you want to share your piggy bank collection with others, figure out how to display it in your home. There are so many wonderful things you can do with your piggy bank collection.