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lovelyxmalia
« on: March 21, 2011 05:01:37 PM »

I have about 30 sheets of letters I bought on clearance at Michaels.  The only issue I'm having with them is that the sheets are very difficult to store.  No matter where I put them, some of the letters pop out and get hitched to other sheets and so on...

Does anyone have any good storage solutions?  I was considering punching them all out and storing them in boxes or jars based on design or letter...I just figured I'd get some feedback on it and see how all of you lovely crafters store them Smiley  thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2011 08:27:50 PM »

I don't know how big they are, but I might punch them out and then store them, letter-by-letter, in baseball card sleeves or photo album pages.
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