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  • Colette Crum-Coates

    Frosting Containers can store rolled-up border for classroom bulletin boards. OMG! This makes classroom storage so much easier!

  • shey

    bulletin board storage

  • Stephanie Daniel

    classroom organization: Frosting Containers to store rolled-up border for classroom bulletin boards

  • Melissa Smugala

    Frosting Containers can store rolled-up border for classroom bulletin boards....duh...why did I not think of this. Could also be used for homemade playdough.

  • K Bradley

    @Melissa McGlothin I saw this and thought of you too! Frosting Containers can store rolled-up border for classroom bulletin boards

  • Chris Wiese

    Frosting Containers can store rolled-up border for classroom bulletin boards Great idea if I used frosting.

  • Randi Foster

    "frosting containers for classroom bulletin board borders storage"

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