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Old 04-08-2012, 11:07 AM
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Default Storing Bulletin Board Sets?

I have several bulletin board sets for decorating my walls with. I have so many that I rotate them with the seasons and holidays. I was storing them in a box that was sold specifically for bulletin board sets but the box didn't go together well and as a result, it didn't do a great job storing the pieces. During my move last week, the box fell apart completely. I'm trying to decide if I should invest in another of the same box (they sell folders to go in the box to keep each set organized and separated) or if there's another, better, method to store the sets. Some of the pieces to the bulletin board sets are quite large. I use an accordion file box for the small pieces. This is a link to the box I was using.

http://teachers.scholarschoice.ca/pr...ge-Box-p29648/

Anyone have any tricks or tips? Suggestions?

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Old 04-08-2012, 12:07 PM
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I never did figure out a good system for bulletin board sets. Now I have just given up and dont do the boards anymore. We decorate with the kids art work only.
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If you have a craft store near by like Michael's, they usually carry a great selection of plastic boxes for scrap bookers. I have several flat boxes that are 12X12 and a few that are 24X24 inch sizes. They are hard plastic and stack very nicely.

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If you have a craft store near by like Michael's, they usually carry a great selection of plastic boxes for scrap bookers. I have several flat boxes that are 12X12 and a few that are 24X24 inch sizes. They are hard plastic and stack very nicely.
These boxes are FANTASTIC and very sturdy.
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i bought a set of five of these for $20 at costco! Maybe you can find it online...
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