Mostly art, but sometimes I wander...
I'd like to have a flat file too, but the last one I looked at was over $1000.00 - a bit much for the current budget. But I hit upon something that works for me and maybe you can use it too. I have 4 large pieces of heavy cardboard, much like what you might find in a wardrobe moving box. I put my large paper between two sheets and put some large rubberbands around if. You could fix it so that it ties together also. The other two pieces of cardboard have become the "folder" or 2-flap box that the paper "sandwich" fits into. So far, so good. The paper is flat and protected. I'm able to stand this up on the end, because the cardboard is strong enough not to bend.
Thanks for the tip, Jan. $1,000 is a bit much for a flat file. I probably could get my husband to build me one, but I've decided to stop spending money on art supplies until I actually, uh, begin producing art again.
Yeah, but they're so decorative to look at. Gorgeous colors and prints!
I want one too. I've seen a few for about $400 used on Craigslist, but haven't bought one yet. I do something similar to what Jan Pope here talked about.
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