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Old 09-21-2006, 09:20 AM   #1  
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Question Storing Envelopes

I have white, clear, vanilla...
do any of you have a nice, neat way to store them so they're easy to get to?
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I just store my envelopes in a box from our local business office supply store... one actually made for the envelopes. I keep it in a cupboard with no lid, and they are very handy this way! If you don't buy envelopes there, (which I do), you can usually just ask if they have any empty boxes.

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I have a Rubbermaid shoebox-type container, no lid, that I can fit about 200 envelopes in. It's easy to slide out of the cupboard, pick the right envelope, and slide back in.

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Little kiddie shoe boxes work awesome for this.
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I have them in a "photo" box from Michaels along with a some of the pre-made cards (folded card stock) for easy access by DD to use them.
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