I know you want bags...but one thing I've bought similar to the kraft
paper...is a roll of carpenter's paper from Lowe's for about $7.00 or so.
You could cut this into the lengths...fold over and glue two sides...would
be much cheaper than these bags and this paper is heavy-duty!
I also use this paper for Amate Bark Paintings...
Just a thought!
> Someone mentioned using large paper bags. I found
> this website where you can buy paper bags in a variety
> of shapes and sizes. These are the flat kinds used to
> package magazines, only larger (17 x 4 x 24"):
> http://www.uline.com/ProductDetail.asp?model=S-8539 >
> The price is $70 for 500 bags. Is this worth it or
> should I find a cheaper way of doing it?
> --- cen_aca_dp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> We use x-ray jackets that were donated to us. Ours
>> are blank on one side (kids
>> design theirs) and have convenient lines on the
>> other side to list projects.
>> They look like this:
> http://www.filingstore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=RJColor >>
>> Ours must be an older version, so they gave them to
>> Maybe you could get a local hospital to donate?
>> Denise Pannell
>> Defiance. OH
>> >===== Original Message From Darren High
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>> >How do you make the actual portfolios? Cardboard?
>> >File folders? I want to make portfolios, but I
>> >need 500 or so of them so I want an easy and cheap
>> >to create them.
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