Poster storage

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  1. teaching4God

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    I want a hard space saving container for all of my charts that allows them to lay flat. Any suggestions? The cardboard box just didn't work for me.
     
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    I roll posters up and use round mailing tubes (sturdiest option) or tubes from wrapping paper and label them...I know neither have them lay flat but hope it helps!
     
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    Do a search in past threads - Cassie had a great way to store poster using foam board.
     
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    An art supply store would have portfolios you could use... Some are sturdy plastic, although most have a strap or something for carrying.
     
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    What about those clear storage containers with lids that fit under beds? I dont know if they would be wide enough but just a thought :)
     
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    I use the bulletin board bags for mine.
     
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    I am thinking about trying the under bed storage boxes. I want 4 of them -fall, winter, spring/summer, educational (maybe 2 for this one.)
     
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    Cardboard can be fit to make huge files for each month or season. You can make them fit in your cabinets or on top of them.
     

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