Thursday, May 30, 2013

Tricks of the Trade- Poster Storage and Organization

I am linking up with Joy in the Journey- Tricks of the Trade Thursday. This Thursday is all about poster storage and this could not come at a better time. I have no pictures to share because of being in the middle of moving. I am loving looking at everyone’s ideas! When I get everything organized I would love to use clear storage bags that are hung on the wall. I need things accessible, but out of the way.


I found this on pinterest and I LOVE this idea!

This is another idea using hangers. I am thinking this will be a must in my new room!

By the way…I did not get around to taking pictures of my mess. It was a crazy day! We had local police officers completing training in our school for potential intruders/gunmen (so scary to even imagine). Of course, my hall was the one being used so we were not able to go in for hours. Anyway, I am going in some next week!


  1. What great storage ideas!
    I like how hanging them keeps them organized and out of the way - it's like shopping for posters :)
    Thanks for linking up! I'm your newest follower :)

    Joy in the Journey

  2. Thanks for sharing these great ideas. I love that pin you found. I am pinning it right now myself.

    Having police training at your school sounds intense.

    Thanks for linking up. Hope you have a good rest of the week!

    Compassionate Teacher

  3. anyone know what kind of hanger was used for the post that she found?

    1. It is a hanger that is intended for hanging pants.

  4. Is there any way to get a better picture or the original post with the makeshift pants hanger method? It seems the hangers were cut before attached and just need a closer up shot

  5. I work for a chemical company and have many posters to organize in a van. This page has made my life. Thank you so much

  6. im just wondering what type of clear plastic you are using

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