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Win a Paperflow Literature Display!

Untitled Win a Paperflow Literature Display!

 

Here’s a great way to organize all of your magazines, newspapers, or even colorful card stock for crafting!

This Paperflow Literature display is easy to assemble (no tools required) & absolutely perfect for getting your home or office efficiently organized. Not to mention, its industrial design looks sleek and hip in just about any space!

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125 Responses to Win a Paperflow Literature Display!

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  2. Maria says:

    I’ve been looking for a storage solution that looks sleek & modern yet remained functional to keep either my DVD’s, books, or little knick knacks that we have lying around the house. This would display them beautifully and will help keep the clutter under control!

  3. Betsy says:

    This literature display would be perfect for my kindergarten classroom. Each day, we focus on a theme in math and/or reading. The slanted display is a fantastic way to engage the students in the text to be shared while the storage area would be so handy to organize all of the extra topic books or activities we’ll be using.

  4. Rick says:

    Looks like Marsha really wants this lit display. I’d use it to store recipe books in my kitchen. Should that not work, like Maria, I’d probably use it to store DVDs.