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  1. kem

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    Does anyone have a good way to store bulletin board borders?

    Thanks!
     
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    I just keep them in a border box, but you could:

    wrap them around empty wrapping paper tubes
    keep the plastic they come in and hand the original bag on dowels in your closet
    get a border pocket chart
    use metal clips to clip them together then hang the clips from a wall hook
     
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    I roll mine up and store them in a large coffee can. The really big cans will hold 5 or 6 borders, or possibly more depending on how you roll them. No wrinkles and they stack easy. You can even stick a small piece of each border on the outside of the can so you can see which ones are in which can (if you're organized...unlike me!)
     
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    I roll mine & put a rubber band around them. I put them in a box together in a big jumble (it's not the most organized system in the world.. but it works)

    I'd love to get one of those border boxes, but I've never invested in one. :)
     
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    We have these really neat drawers at our school that are extra wide and deep. We can keep bulletin board borders, big books, etc. in them. But, I've seen the sentence-strrip storage boxes too and I think they would work great also.
     

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