Chances are you buy paper for a printer. Here are my tips for how to store it.
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Where do you store your pinter paper?
4 thoughts on “30 Things to Store Day 17: Printer Paper”
I actually store our printer paper in our bookcase in the original packing on shelf below our printer. But do like the sorting tray idea and will have to keep in mind. Thanks for the suggestion 🙂
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The original packaging can be a good solution, as long as you can neatly tear off the end. The tray works really well, and I like it for children as well. They can easily understand that they should grab the “recycled” paper when they want to draw.
OMGoodness! I had no idea that there is a pull-off strip on the packaging! That’s a game changer. I currently tear the bag open at the end, but it’s messy and it’s always bugged me. I’m off to check my paper packaging now. Thanks, Seana!
I think all good packaging should have a tear strip! I hate when it is hard to remove the packaging, or ends up jagged or sharp. I hope your bags had a tear strip:)