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WFMW — Trading Card Storage

Posted by infinitygoods on October 30, 2007

Pokemon, Redemption, Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh, baseball cards, etc.; Kids have lots of trading cards these days. I found a great storage solution by using a clean, rectangular, 3 lbs. cardboard container of Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

The box is sturdy and just the right size for filing the cards upright with just enough wiggle room for easy access yet not too much room so they won’t get damaged.

Let your children decorate the lid with stickers or a collage. They will be proud of their craft and it won’t look like a tacky cream cheese box. Soon other moms will ask you where you found this perfect box and they too will do the same for their children because everything on the market is either for small decks or the larger containers already come filled with cards.

It works for our family and our school friends.

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One Response to “WFMW — Trading Card Storage”

  1. Kandy said

    I’ve thrown away dozens of those boxes the past couple years, and it never crossed my mind to use them for this! We have cards coming out our ears around here. Great tip!

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